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Explore our suite of templates and checklists covering multiple federal agencies.

Resources for research professionals

Explore our suite of templates and checklists covering multiple federal agencies.

These resources are best used by those pursuing common funding opportunities and those familiar with the agency to which they are applying. If you are writing a proposal to an agency for the first time, we suggest you request grant writing support for additional guidance.

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To view resources for UVM Affiliates, visit our Sharepoint site. There you can find content from past programs and the UVM Equipment, Facilities, and Other Resources “Boilerplate” Text which includes descriptions of common or shared resources for UVM researchers. If you would like to download the Boilerplate document, click the lower right menu icon and select Download a Copy. View UVM Specific Resources

National Institutes of Health (NIH)


Agency-Independent Resources

Additional Resources

Additional Resources
  • An open access repository of over 270 grant proposals and counting.

  • SciENcv: Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae. A researcher profile system for those applying to federal agencies. Easily create and maintain biosketches and funding support documents.

  • ARIS Broader Impacts Toolkit: Resources and tools that will help you develop projects and partnerships to meet the Broader Impacts requirement of NSF proposals. Also helpful as other agenices adopt broader impact requirements!

  • Vermont Evaluation Network (VEN): VEN provides a single point entry to reach evaluators working in and for Vermont with broad topical expertise. If you would like to find an evaluation collaborator for a grant proposal, you can send a short description of your opportunity to VEN for forwarding to their email list (well in advance of your deadline please).

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