Developing Strong Research Budgets (Teaching Academy)

Date(s) - Tuesday
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm


Milton Hall 50
Cindy Ramirez, Research Administrative Services

Receiving grant funding involves an extensive application process. One step in this process is the budget. A budget is a key element of most grant proposals and serves as the blueprint for spending the project’s funds. An effective proposal budget outlines the proposed project in fiscal terms and helps reviewers to determine how the project will be conducted. Budget details usually reveal whether a proposed project has been carefully planned and may ultimately be feasible. The budget justification is a fiscal narrative of your budget. The budget narrative, or budget justification, explains the method used for estimating and calculating costs and also justifies the need for the cost. This workshop will introduce you to proposal budget essentials, the who, what, where, when and why of the proposal budget.

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