GDSU proposal development services help faculty find and secure funding for their research. The staff offers guidance to researchers in planning and conceptualizing externally funded research projects, finding funding opportunities, and submitting well-crafted and responsive applications. The GDSU has been successful in obtaining more than $61 million in new extramural funding since its inception in 2010.
The Office of Sponsored Programs partners with faculty and staff to provide the highest quality research administration at all stages of sponsored projects, by promoting electronic research administration, responsible stewardship of funds, and sound management practices.
SEEDS: The CFAES Research Competitive Grants Program is funded by appropriations made to the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) of The Ohio State University. The goal of the SEEDS is to foster research excellence among scientists and faculty in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.