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The vice chancellor of research offers proposal development assistance for early-career faculty members preparing research proposals.
Maria Shaub, proposal developer, will assist with activities including solicitation analysis, project management, narrative development and technical editing. Proposal development assistance is provided on a first-come, first-served basis for early-career faculty members preparing research proposals.
To be considered for early-career proposal development assistance, the principal investigator must be either a tenure-track, untenured faculty member; or a non-tenure track research faculty member. Priority will be given to early-career principal investigators who have not yet received significant externally-funded awards and are in the first three years of their career at S&T.
The office also provides proposal development assistance for researchers of any faculty rank working on proposals that are large, complex or otherwise strategic to Missouri S&T. Request forms for both services are available on the sponsored programs website and should be submitted to email@example.com.