Resources for CTAHR Staff
The following resources for Research & Extension are available to CTAHR employees. Staff login is required.
Managing Research Formula Funds
A quick guide to checking account balances and managing Hatch, Multistate Research, and McIntire Stennis funds received through the CTAHR Research Office.
Instructions for submitting research and extension project proposals, and RFPs for internal funding competitions.
New Funding Opportunities Newsletter
Although this newsletter was discontinued in June 2014, the archived issues provide useful information on sources of extramural funding, including recurring grant opportunities. Faculty and staff are encouraged to search for current funding opportunities through ORS Search
, or the engines described here
Faculty/Student Education Grants
GRANT is the University of Hawaii System's personalized version of the Kuali Foundation's open source research administration software, Kuali Coeus (KC). All applications for extramural funding at the University of Hawaii must be submitted through my
GRANT. For CTAHR information, help and tips on using my
GRANT, look here
EPSCoR / IDeA Status for Federal Grants
At NSF, NASA, USDA and DOE (Dept. of Energy), EPSCoR refers to the "Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research." At NIH, the equivalent program is referred to as IDeA, or "Institutional Development Award." These programs give funding preference to certain states each year. As explained here
, for FY2013, Hawaii is eligible for EPSCoR / IDeA funding from NSF, NASA, DOE, and NIH; but is not eligible for EPSCoR funding from USDA.
NIH and NSF Grant Writing Information
The links in this document provide a wealth of valuable information on applying for NIH (National Institutes of Health) and NSF (National Science Foundation) grants.
Forms required to request access to CTAHR research stations.
Policies and Procedures
Current and draft college policies related to research and extension.
Reports on Hawaii Agriculture
Special Resources and Presentations
Resources on extramural funding opportunities, and presentations on competitive programs and grant management by recent distinguished visitors to CTAHR.