In This Issue
The Office of Sponsored Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities is pleased to acknowledge the effort by UW-L faculty and staff in submitting proposals to seek funding for their research and scholarly pursuit as well as service projects. In 2005-2006, the overall success rate of all grants/contracts was over 88% and ranged between several hundred to about a million dollars. The following table shows the comparison of the total amounts generated in 2005-2006. Congratulations to all recipients of external grants/contracts.
|Federal grants/contracts||$ 4,189,019||$4,456,047||+6.4%|
Amery Bodelson joined the Office of Sponsored Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities in the Provost's Office on September 5, 2006. As Grant Writer, Amery is responsible for researching sources, developing, writing, and submitting proposals to secure funding from public and private sources on behalf of UW-L and
Before joining UW-L and the
If you have a collaborative grant idea you would like the Grant Steering Committee to consider, please complete the Grant Intake Form and return it to Amery Bodelson (email@example.com). You’ll find the Grant Intake Form as one of the options on the left-side navigation bar at http://www.uwlax.edu/grants/index.htm.
You’ll find the Grant Intake Form as one of the options on the left-side navigation bar at http://www.uwlax.edu/grants/index.htm.
The Office of Institutional Research is producing regular newsletters entitled “By the Numbers” designed to share the knowledge, experience, and findings of the office with UW-L students, staff, faculty, and administrators. The September newsletter delineates the meaning and role of university rankings.
Current and past newsletters are available at http://www.uwlax.edu/PROVOST/universitydata/numbers.htm.
REMINDER: A website regarding Growth and Access is available which includes the plan, a link to the Regents’ meeting information, and FAQs. The website also allows interested individuals to submit questions on-line. The planning teams for Growth and Access are posting applicable information to a D2L site which UW-L faculty, staff and students can visit by entering the username “access” and the password “access.”