Internal Deadlines for Full Proposals
- 6 Weeks Prior to the Sponsor Due Date: Complete and send the Intent to Submit Form
- 15 Working Days Prior to the Sponsor Due Date: Finalize budget and route Proposal Routing Form (PRF)
- 6 Working Days Prior to the Sponsor Due Date: Finalize all documents in the application
- 5 Working Days Prior to the Sponsor Due Date: Submit to SPA
After the Intent to Submit form is received, all milestone deadlines for the grant submissions will be added to the PI’s Google Calendar.
Internal Deadlines for Subaward Proposals
The Grants Team can provide assistance for standard subaward proposals with 2 weeks’ notice of the submitting institution’s deadline. At least 4 weeks' notice will be required if the proposal is more complex (e.g., proposals involving multiple UMN departments, proposals part of a multi-project proposal, or second-tier subawards). The Grants Team will work with the PI to determine various other internal deadlines in advance of the sponsor deadline.
Internal Deadlines for Complex Proposals
PIs must complete the Psychology Intent to Submit form at least 12 weeks prior to the sponsor deadline for training, center, and/or multi-project grants. The Grants Team will work with the PI to determine various other internal deadlines in advance of the sponsor deadline.
Principal Investigators (PI) Dropbox
All faculty have a confidential grants folder on the department’s shared drive.
These can be found: S:\Faculty DropBoxes\PI Last Name
Each PI Dropbox will contain:
- Folder for final proposal documents to upload
- Folder for final proposal, budget PRF to submit to SPA
- Folder for working documents, drafts, etc.
- A checklist containing all deadlines & items needed for the proposal
If you are a researcher, Postdoc, or student PI and do not have a Dropbox folder yet, please request access from Carla Bates.
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