The External Draft Improvement Team (EDIT) program is an in-house peer review program for external grant proposal drafts offered by the Office of Research and Innovation and Grants Resources & Services. Interested faculty may choose to submit a draft of their external grant proposal to GRS and select a disciplinary review panel (STEM, Arts/Humanities, Social Sciences/Education, Health, or Fulbright), and GRS will recruit three area faculty reviews to provide detailed feedback on your grant proposal prior to submission. Draft proposals must be received a minimum of four weeks before the sponsor deadline to be considered for review.
To submit your draft to the EDIT program, visit the InfoReady application portal here.
The PREParation for Appalachian Research Experiences (PREPARE) programs is a customized research mentoring program for research-interested junior faculty at Appalachian State University. Each cohort is introduced to a mentor network which assists these individuals with establishing a realistic research agenda, improving grantsmanship skills, seeking appropriate external funding source, and promoting compliance with internal and external protocols in an effort to increase successful grant submissions.
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