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PROPOSAL PLANNING & EDITING SUPPORT

 

The FRDO and the FRSO network provide a number of services highlighted below relative to proposal planning, editing, and preparation. If you would like to request this kind of support, please click the button below. The Office of the Vice President for Research also provides faculty on campus access to external review services provided by Hanover. More details concerning that resource are below.

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Proposal Preparation and Editing Support

 
COORDINATE INTERDISCIPLINARY PROPOSALS
 

CAYUSE SUPPORT
 

EDITING & FORMATTING
 

COMMUNICATING WITH STAKEHOLDERS
 

BUDGET PREPARATION
 

SOLICITATION ANALYSIS
 

Other Proposal Support

 
RESEARCH DATA SUPPORT & SERVICES
 

ADVANCE @ UNM - SHUT UP & WRITE
 

EVALUATION RESOURCES
 

External Proposal Review by Hanover

 

Hanover Research is a global information services firm that can provide:

  • Proposal review/critique before you submit it to a funding agency

  • Proposal rewrite/edit

  • Funding prospect research

  • Literature review and best practices research

Is there a fee?

There is no direct charge to UNM faculty for this service, but requests are managed through the Faculty Research Development Office.

What is the timeline?

The company will only take on one UNM request at a time, so there is a queue.  

  • Proposal review/critique takes about two weeks, so PIs are encouraged to submit a draft of their proposal at least one month before the sponsor's deadline. 
  • Proposal rewrite/edit takes about three weeks to complete, so PIs are encouraged to submit a draft at least 1.5 months before the sponsor's deadline. 
  • Funding prospect searches, literature reviews, and best practice research take about three weeks. These searches are secondary to proposal reviews, so if this service is requested, please keep in mind that a proposal review or edit request will move your request down the queue. 

How do I get this services?

To request any services from Hanover Research, Click Here or contact Stephanie Tofighi