April 22, 2021: Creating Education and Outreach Content with AgriLife Digital Education. Join us to hear about the services AgriLife Digital Education can provide to faculty including course development, publications, graphic design and more. Digital Education is also now partnering with the AgriLife Grants Team to enhance education and outreach components of proposal submissions. Find out how and when to engage with Digital Education and get your questions answered!
April 2021 Slide Show
March 25, 2021: Kansas State University Project Evaluation Team. Join us to learn about the field of evaluation, a growing requirement for writing federal proposals. Learn what evaluation is and how to incorporate it into your next proposal from the KSU-OEIE office guest speakers. KSU-OEIE conducts program evaluations of both large and small-scale projects for a broad range of clientele in educational institutions, governmental agencies, and foundations. Established in 2000 and affiliated with Kansas State University’s College of Education, OEIE has a wide depth of evaluation experience and expertise, including projects within the fields of agriculture, engineering, public health, education, and workforce development.
March 2021 Slide Show
February 25, 2021: AgriLife Intellectual Property and Commercialization (IPaC) Office. Please join us to hear from AgriLife Intellectual Property & Commercialization. The Intellectual Property and Commercialization (IPaC) office is the tech transfer office for Texas A&M AgriLife. They focus on bringing Texas A&M AgriLife’s research results to the benefit of the public by commercially licensing rights to research results to companies that will use, make, and sell products using these rights. The process begins with a disclosure of information to IPaC. Join us to learn about the type of information needed for the initial disclosure step and how sponsored research and third-party materials have an impact on management of intellectual property.
February 2021 Slide Show
Disclosure of Invention Form
January 19, 2021: Agrilife Ethics & Compliance: Hemp in Research, UAS & External employment/Faculty Consulting – updates to our new hemp research procedures, the AgriLife Supervising Authority Committee for our UAS and clarifications on faculty external employment and consulting regulations.
January 2021 Compliance Update Slides
January 2021 Dr. Provin Hemp Slides
September 16, 2020: Winning your proposal on page 1: In proposal writing, capturing the reviewers’ attention quickly is key to selling your idea. In this webinar, we will explore common mistakes made on the first pages of grant proposals, and provide examples and strategies for creating a winning first page.
September 2020 Lunch & Learn Slides
First Page Sample
August 18, 2020: Data Management Plans and Pivot
August 2020 Lunch & Learn Slides: Pivot and Data Management Plans
July 15, 2020: Advanced Database Searching and Setting Up Database Alerts. Creating a literature review for your proposal or paper and overwhelmed by the deluge of returns you get from Google Scholar? The University Libraries provide access to hundreds of databases that can help you pinpoint and access just the literature you are looking for. In this session we will look at which database is right for you, review research techniques, and take a deep dive in into CAB Abstracts, the world’s foremost agricultural database.
July 2020 Lunch & Learn Slides
Find Journal Articles in Library Databases
Search String Worksheet
June 16, 2020: Crafting Your Narrative: Digital Identity, Impact, & Metrics using Scholars@TAMU Profile System. Scholars@TAMU(scholars.tamu.edu) is a profile system that hosts searchable expertise for faculty and TAMU organizations by gathering data from institution-level/enterprise systems, publicly available research data (e.g., grants and publications), and other authoritative sources. The data is compiled into a profile that youcan edit to best represent your scholarship and expertise. In this webinar, we will look how the Scholars@TAMU can enhance your scholarly reputation, support promotion and/or tenure for faculty on different career tracks, and aid interdisciplinary research.
2020 Lunch & Learn Slides
June 2020 Questions
February 27,2020 – 4 hour Workshop: Understanding NSF. Video Link
Nov. 13, 2019 11:30am-1:00pm: Preparing your federal proposal budget I – budget basics Video Link
Oct.15, 2019: Navigating the proposal submission process through SRS and Maestro Video Link
September 10, 2019 – 1 day workshop: Writing Successful Proposals to USDA-NIFA Video Link
- AgriLife Weekly Funding Opportunity Posts
- Funding Opportunities from TAMU Division of Research site
- Comprehensive Database of External Funding Opportunities: by Pivot
Competitive Grant Preparation and Submission
- TAMU Sponsored Research Services
- Who is my SRS contact?
- TAMU CORE facilities
- Federal grant forms and templates (downloadable)
- Budget Resources: