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Team Science

Team Science is defined as a collaborative effort to address a scientific challenge that leverages the strengths and expertise of professionals trained in different fields. As the research landscape continues to develop into ever more interdisciplinary methods, it is vital that the CSU research enterprise grows and transforms along with it.

Understanding team science means understanding the vast and complicating factors involved in bringing team members from entirely different fields together to perform challenging research. With this in mind, RAO and the OVPR team have brought a new, intense focus to CSU’s team science endeavor, providing resources to aid teams in their goals, along with managing the dynamics of interdisciplinary science.

RAO Resources

Broader Impacts:

Broader Impacts Activities PowerPoint: Alex Travesset, ISU

Programs from “Diversity in Engineering”: Aaron Bernall

Early Career:

NIH Early Research Career Development site

General Federal Grants:

Main Grants.Gov Funding Search

Grants.gov Applicant FAQs

Grantseeking:

CSU Grant Resources Overview

SPIN

External Proposals:

Please contact us to access our library of proposal document templates, including biosketches, data management plan, and more.

NSF proposals:

Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide

List of Funding Opportunities (updated often)

Proposal Due Dates

NIH proposals:

Guides for Grants and Contracts

Tips for Writing Your Application

Formatting Guides

Biosketches Formatting Information