The University of Washington offers a wide range of comprehensive resources to support researchers as well as new research centers, programs, and initiatives. Listed below is a useful list of these resources with links to their respective websites:
The Office of Research (OR) facilitates new UW research initiatives, and provides support for researchers by establishing interdisciplinary centers and major new research programs. It also coordinates activities with UW college/school and other research officers. The OR supports researchers by providing central administrative services that include:
Grant and Contract Accounting is a particularly helpful resource once the grant has been approved and assigned a budget number. Questions regarding budgeting, invoicing and billing, post-award regulations, closing a grant, and required forms are also addressed on this website.
Faculty Grants Management Program was approved in 1994 and established to assist faculty investigators and researchers with the fiscal aspects of grants management. Attendance at the Faculty Grants Management Workshops has resulted in increased awareness and commitment to fiscal responsibility, as evidenced by a sharp decline in the number of negative audit findings in recent years.
System to Administer Grants Electronically, (SAGE). SAGE provides the eGC1 form needed for preparing and submitting grant proposals. It features an on-site training center, FAQS, and key grant preparation contacts. As additional procedures are added - such as electronic signature routing - all proposal writers' will need to familiarize themselves with it. You must be a registered user to access SAGE. Contact Cindy Shirley at (425) 352-3398 if you have questions.
The University of Washington Library provides a list of useful Internet resources.
The Human Rights Education and Research Network promotes the integration of human rights scholarship and teaching at the University's three campuses (Bothell, Seattle, Tacoma) by generating leading research, by developing new pathways of learning for students, and by relating this work to the world of practice.
Fifty-one percent of UW Bothell's first year students are the first in their families to attend college.
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