PARTIAL LIST OF INSTITUTIONAL SUBSCRIBERS

WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESS

The following institutional subscribers have provided information for their staff and faculty on how to access the newsletter. (If you are an institutional subscriber and would like to be included in the list below, please send us an email with access instructions for your institution, and we'll add you to the list.)
 

Angelo State University

Angelo State University faculty and staff can access the newsletter by contacting Katie Plum in the Office of Sponsored Projects, College of Graduate Studies at osp@angelo.edu.

 

Appalachian State University

Links to individual issues are accessible through the Browse Upcoming Deadlines & Receive Funding Opportunity Alerts page at http://orsp.appstate.edu/find-funding/receive-alerts-about-upcoming-deadlines. Users must enter their ASU user name and password to access the newsletter.



Auburn University

Auburn University faculty, staff and students can access the newsletter by going to the Proposal Services and Faculty Support website at https://cws.auburn.edu/OVPR/pm/psfs/main and providing your university user name and password.

Boise State University

Boise State University students, faculty, researchers and staff may access the university's institutional subscription by logging in with their Boise State username and password at the Albertsons Library at Boise State at  http://libproxy.boisestate.edu/loggedin/rdgwn.html 

California State University, Sacramento

Sacramento State faculty and staff can request a copy of the newsletter by contacting Shannon Rexin in the Office of Research Administration at srexin@csus.edu.

 

Florida State University

Florida State University faculty, staff and students can access the newsletter by going tohttp://www.research.fsu.edu/facultystaff/grantwriting/login.aspx   and providing your university user name and password.

 

Michigan State University

Links to individual issues are provided on the Grants and Related Resources Blog at https://blogpublic.lib.msu.edu/grants/ .   An MSU ID and password is required to access the content. 

 

Mississippi State University

Go to http://www.research.msstate.edu/rresources/rdevwritingnews.php and click on the month of the newsletter you would like to review (MSU ID required).

 

North Carolina State University

NCSU faculty, staff and students can access the newsletter at go.ncsu.edu/research-news.  Click on the current issue volume number or an article title; you will have access to the newsletter after entering your UNITY ID.  For past issues, click the year for a list of articles for each issue.



North Dakota State University

NDSU faculty, staff, and students can access the newsletter by contacting Kay Sizer in the Office of Research, Creative Activities & Technology Transfer at kay.sizer@ndsu.edu

 

Purdue University

Purdue faculty, staff, and students can gain access to the newsletter athttp://www.purdue.edu/research/vpr/rschdev/external.php by using a university computer or a home computer connected through VPN. 



Radford University

Faculty can access the newsletter by contacting Ginger Williams in the Sponsored Programs and Grants Management Office at gwilliams11@radford.edu

 

Stanford University

Stanford faculty, staff and students can access the newsletter by going tohttp://dor.stanford.edu/newfac.html#FUNDING, click on the issue you want to read, and provide your University SUnet ID & password.

 

Syracuse University

Syracuse faculty and students can access the newsletter by contacting Trish Lowney in the Office of Research at plowney@syr.edu

 

Texas Christian University

TCU faculty, staff, and students can access the newsletter by contacting Laurie Heidemann or Teresa Miles Hendrix in the Office of Sponsored Programs at laurie.heidemann@tcu.edu orteresa.m.miles@tcu.edu

 

Texas Woman’s University

To receive the Research Development & Grant Writing News please email Annie Plummermplummer@twu.edu or Tracy Lindsay tlindsay@twu.edu in the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects.

 

University of Alabama in Huntsville

The University of Alabama faculty, staff and students can access the newsletter from any university computer through the OSP website to the Researcher Resources-Preaward link, or by using the link below:

http://osp.uah.edu/2012-04-18-19-26-34/pre-award/research-development-grant-writing-news  

 

University of Colorado Boulder, College of Engineering & Applied Science

CU Boulder faculty, staff, and students may access the newsletter by going tohttps://sites.google.com/a/colorado.edu/ceas-research-opportunities/.  For any questions or access issues, please contact  Molly.Riddell@colorado.edu.

 

University of California, Berkeley

Links to individual issues are provided on the Berkeley Research Development Office website at http://vcresearch.berkeley.edu/brdo/brdo-materials-uc-berkeley. A CalNet ID is required to access the content. 

 

University of California San Diego

UC San Diego academics, staff and students can access the newsletter through a UCSD Only Link on this page: http://rapids.ucsd.edu/. Access from off campus requires VPN connection.

 

University of California, Santa Barbara

UCSB faculty can sign up for the distribution listserv to receive the newsletter by email.

 

University of Iowa

Log in to https://groupshare.uiowa.edu/vpr/GrantWritingResources/Forms/AllItems.aspx using your HawkID and password. Click on Grant Writing Newsletters.

 

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Please note that UMass Amherst is a RD&GW News Subscriber.  Members of the campus community can access current and past newsletters by logging in with their NetID here:http://www.umass.edu/research/protected/research-development-grant-writing-news

 

University of New Hampshire

University of New Hampshire faculty, staff, and students can access the newsletter through the UNH Library at http://scholars.unh.edu/research_news/



University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Faculty, staff and students can access the newsletter by going to http://research.utk.edu/news/rdgw.shtml and use your university user name and password to enter the site.

 

University of Texas at Austin

UT Austin faculty, students, and staff can access the newsletter by going to http://giving.utexas.edu/research-grant-news/. Click on the issue you want to read and enter your UT EID.

 

University of Utah

UU faculty and students can access the newsletter by going to https://www.unite.utah.edu/gm/folder-1.11.105204and providing your university username and password



University of Vermont  

UVM faculty, staff and students may access the newsletter by going to http://www.uvm.edu/spa/?Page=findfunding_rdgw.html , clicking on the link and providing your UVM NetID and password

 

USDA Agricultural Research Service

Research Development and Grant Writing News is accessible on the Partnerships and Grants SharePoint site at https://arsnet.usda.gov/sites/ARS/PG/default.aspx through the menu on the left side of the page. 

 

Utah State University

USU faculty, staff, and students can access the newsletter by contacting Jerilyn Hansen in the Research Development division of the Office of Research and Graduate Studies at jerilyn.hansen@usu.edu.


Note: Not all institutional subscribers have given us permission to list them here, so even if your institution isn’t listed here you may want to check with your research office to see if your institution has a subscription.