Award Lifecycle describes and organizes the many stages of a sponsored project from conception to termination. The depiction of the stages of the Award Lifecycle above function as navigation to information for each topic. Click on each tile to display the respective content or click on the Pre-Award or Post-Award arrows to enable all sections without those stages to open. Clicking on the Award Lifecycle bar will display all content. A description for each section is highlighted below:
This section provides resources for Principal Investigators and their research teams in the development of ideas, in finding funding and proposal preparation.
This section provides guidance and resources on key components of a proposal, including requesting funding.
This section outlines the review criteria followed by central offices and provides guidance on submission deadlines.
This section provides details on types of funding mechanisms received by the University and the review criteria of central offices prior to acceptance of funding.
Award Setup provides details on how new awards are established in the financial and administrative systems at the University.
Award Management outlines the responsibilities of departments and central offices with regards to funded agreements.
This section outlines the responsibilities of departments and central offices and provides standards for closing the award.