Grants.gov: A Guided Tour
Grants.gov allows electronic access to more than 1,000 grant programs offered by all Federal grant-making agencies. Grants.gov replaces paper applications with electronic forms and requires electronic submission of all applications. It is the central portal for grant announcements and submissions. New software must be downloaded to complete Grants.gov application packages. These packages can become very large, so Stanford has built an electronic "drop-box" called eSubmit for electronic research proposals. This class gives an overview of both Grants.gov and eSubmit.
After completing this class, you will be able to:
- Navigate the Grants.gov and Stanford Grants.gov web sites
- Download grant application packages and instructions
- Complete grant application packages
- Use eSubmit to file-share Grants.gov applications
- Initiate/complete a SeRA Proposal Development and Routing Form (PDRF)
We support our postdoctoral Scholars in processing their NIH NRSA Fellowships and Early Career K Awards each cycle. Check the Grants.gov pages for current schedules.
Level II Certification
This class is not currently available for Cardinal Curriculum Certification.