|Finances and Processes of Grants and Contracts||Printable slides for presentation on Grants. See youtube video below.|
|youtube video||audio-visual presentation of the course Finances and Processes of Grants and Contracts|
|Accounts Receivable for Grants and Contracts||Describes the different types of contracts, who invoices for those contracts and where the money is deposited|
|Office of Sponsored Programs - Who to call||List of contacts for grants and contracts that run through the Office of Sponsored Programs|
Grant Writing Basics: Community Projects Funding This booklet will help you work with community groups that would like to develop grant writing skills to find funding for their projects. (Funded by an OSU Cares Grant)
Summary Checklist for Pursuing Soft Money This checklist can help you work your way through an idea to a finished proposal.
When to Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth Journal of Extension August '99. D. G. Jackson & L. Johnson
A Practical Approach to Managing Cost Reimbursable Journal of Extension June '96. C.G. Neveu & D. L. Clark
The Grantsmanship Center has interesting articles about writing and managing grants. Past topics include funding, ethics, management, writing and legalities. Some items cost but some are free.
The Foundation Center newsletters on different topics are offered for hopeful proposal writers.
Extension Philosophy on Partnerships
- Maximize the use of Extension’s resources,
- Extend Extension’s reach and impact,
- Maintain Extension’s credibility and neutrality, and
- Support outreach and engagement efforts of the university.
- Educational programs and program goals are consistent with Extension’s overall goals and priorities.
- The program supports state and local program priorities, and fits within the local unit’s plan of work. A written plan has been mutually developed and agreed upon that addresses the following elements of the proposed project:
- Clear project goals,
- Extension’s role in the project,
- The partner organization’s role in the project,
- Fiscal management processes for the project,
- Reporting responsibilities,
- Communication patterns,
- Shared recognition and credit,
- How contributions of each partner will be determined, and
- How ownership of creative and scholarly works that come from the project will be determined.
- Extension does not compromise its objectivity or non-regulatory role.
- Extension’s participation focuses on teaching, service, and research within the scope of Extension’s program areas.
- Extension is not a regulatory or enforcement organization.