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This page contains information on the research administration activities of the UW Bothell Office of Research.  Useful links for proposal preparation, post award compliance, and upcoming proposal workshops are just a few of the items that can be found here.  

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This module provides an orientation to the resources of the Office of Research and highlights specific opportunities to expand support for your research, scholarship, and creative activities. Regardless of whether your research agenda is developing according to plan or stalled, you should leave with at least one new tool to catalyze your research.

View Workshop Presentation


Discover resources for developing proposal ideas, including how to get started, how to search for funding, writing tips, and what to expect after submitting a grant. 

Also, explore library resources and recommended articles.

View Developing Your Proposal Page
View Workshop Presentation



Every October, the Office of Research sponsors the Fall Research and Creative Practice Fair where faculty can recruit students and display research posters.

Now, faculty can recruit undergraduates to their projects any time of year on the Undergraduate and Creative Practice Research Database. We hope you find it to be a useful tool in furthering your research.

Edit or add a project to the database
Research Poster Template (pptx)
Visit Undergraduate Research Site


This two-part module focuses on the grant lifecycle for research projects including crucial steps like developing an idea, locating funding sources, writing and submitting a proposal, managing the work, and reporting the outcomes.  

View Workshop Presentation Part I
View Workshop Presentation Part II
Visit UW Grant Lifecycle Page



Learn how to design and write an external proposal that engages your reviewers and compels them to advocate for funding your project. This module helps you walk away with a research proposal template that addresses how to organize your research questions, literature review, methodology, timeline, and budget into an elegant, engaging, and efficient proposal.

Presentation coming soon.


This module describes differences between Foundation-funded and Government-funded research grants, and points you to resources for identifying research opportunities. Many of the early career faculty foundation funding opportunities are described. Most of these are “limited submission” opportunities – which means that there is an internal competition to select the applicants that will be permitted to apply from all UW campuses.  This process is described with tips to increase your chances of success.

Presentation coming soon.



Cover all your bases when designing your budget.  Learn what sponsors are looking for and what resources you need to plan accordingly.

Visit Budget Development Page

System to Administer Grants Electronically (SAGE)


Now that you have won an award, how do you budget, manage, and spend the funds. There are several modules to walk you through some of tips and tricks needed to carry out your research plans.

View Award Fiscal Management Page




 Complete your proposal and plan for the final details in your research:

Data Management Tools
Export Control
Working with Animals
Human Subjects

Visit the Proposal Components page
Visit the Policies page


This NSF CAREER proposal development modules will guide participants to write and submit a NSF CAREER proposal. Includes the following components:

  1. Guidance for enhancing the competitiveness of each part of the proposal,
  2. Specific writing tasks to be completed between meetings, and
  3. Peer-review and feedback on previously assigned writing. 

Visit the CAREER Award Prep page


 Review Panels

Join a Review Panel!

NSF Proposal Review Video

What really happens in a proposal review panel? Audiences will get a good sense from this mock review session as panelists discuss the strengths and weaknesses of a CAREER Award proposal.