UW Bothell Resources for Researchers
This page contains information on the research administration activities of the UW Bothell Office of Research.
The Lifecycle represents all activities typically involved in a research project. The activities may be programmatic (scientific) or administrative in nature, or both. They begin with forming a hypothesis or research question; conclude with final financial reports and scientific publications.
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The Plan/Propose stage begins with forming a hypothesis or research question. It includes identifying a sponsor (whether externally-funded or internally supported), and developing and submitting a proposal.
Find Grant Funding:
Selecting a funding source involves finding a sponsor with goals that align with a given research project, or finding an opportunity for which a PI or team would be eligible to pursue.
Prepare your Proposal
Write your Proposal
- Data Management Tools
- Export Control
- Working with Animals
- Human Subjects
- Conflicts of Interest
- Staff and Faculty Effort
Finished grant work and the eGC1s are due to OSP (3 business days before grant deadline, usually at 5pm). PIs have to complete their FIDS electronically (Financial Information Disclosure System), then the proposal/eGC1 is ready to be approved by leadership/supervisors and sent to OSP to route.
Formerly Faculty Grants Management Training
. This training provides an overview of the grants management process, from preparation of proposals to fiscal report preparation through final audit. As of July 1, 2020, classes are provided by a live Zoom class for the initial training, and then an online refresher should be completed every four years. Learn more about the class.
Training is now required (July 2020) at the time of the PI's first proposal in SAGE, which is different from the former requirement when training was required at the time of the first award.
The Setup stage begins with receiving an award (congratulations!) or, if not externally funded, securing internal approval and resources. It involves preparing the project for launch, including confirming that all compliance requirements are met, and making final arrangements for resources and facilities, and for collaborations.
Once awarded, the Office of Research will contact you to hold a kick-off meeting. Leena Perera works with UW faculty and staff, and Sarah Verlinde-Azofeifa works with research centers.
Other Setup Resources (UW Seattle Resources)
- Sponsor Requirements
- Federal, non-federal, internal sponsors, industry clinical trials, agreement considerations
- Facilities and Resources
- Compliance Requirements (Non-Financial)
- Human subjects, animal use, export control, financial conflict of interest, Environmental health and safety, information privacy and security, classified research, faculty effor certification, audit
- Records and Documentation
- Agreement types, sharing information and data, sharing material, consultants, and subawards
- Data Collection
The Manage stage begins when all initial compliance requirements have been met and all scientific/programmatic preparations have been made. It comprises the entire time the research project is being conducted and includes all scientific activities as well as the supporting administration. It ends when data have been collected and analyzed and the project period has ended.
Now that you have won an award, how do you budget, manage, and spend the funds?
Other Management Components (from UW Seattle)
Recruit Undergraduate Researchers
The Closeout stage begins when a funded project period ends or when all data have been collected and analyzed. It includes all programmatic and administrative activities related to completing the project.
Resources from UW Seattle
MyResearch is a tool designed to assist you in your research administration activities.
Curated information from the UWB News, research news in the community, award recipients, and opportunity announcements. View Research News.
Campus Research Connections is a quarterly event that provides an opportunity to hear from and talk with UW Bothell faculty who are making advances in research, scholarship and creative practice.
Featuring research videos on students and/or faculty engaging in high-impact practices.
Post your research opportunity on the UWBUR site to recruit students.
Check out the research team that serves you submit and manage your grants.
UW Research Stats
Includes entire UW franchise
Research FY19 Highlights
- $1,579,075,843 in sponsored grants and contracts
- $1,223,989,241 federal funding
- $355,086,603 non-federal funding
- 5,494 awards