Office of Development and Alumni Relations
45 Adams Road
100 State Street PO Box 9101
Framingham, MA 01701-9101
The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs is pleased to offer guidance to faculty, administrators and staff on the grant application development process. Our support focuses on three important areas - identifying grant funders; developing a proposal; and developing a budget.
We encourage principal investigators and project directors to utilize resources, including digital databases at the Henry Whittemore Library, to find grant funders. The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs will also offer information about funding sources. Visit the Grant Funders page for more information.
Developing a grant proposal includes defining the project. We will provide assistance in helping principal investigators and project directors refine the project idea and ensure that the narrative portion of the grant application meets the funder's requirements. The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs will also collaborate with you in drafting the narrative. Visit the Developing a Proposal page for more information.
Developing a budget is a critical step in the grant application development process. The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs urges principal investigators and project directors to speak with us about Developing a Budget.
If you have any questions about the grant application process, please contact Jonathan Lee, associate director of Grants and Sponsored Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.