The School of Engineering & Science offers three grant proposal enhancement programs to facilitate competitive funding success of faculty investigators.

The SPRINT Program (Spearheading Proposals by Interdisciplinary Teams)

The SPRINT Program aims to provide support to facilitate the planning and submission of multi-PI proposals in response to open or anticipated solicitations of federal agencies, private foundations, or industrial entities. Funds up to $5,000 each can be used for team building, internal planning discussions, outreach to external partners, visits with collaborative institutions, and travel for technical discussions with program officers.

The Bridging Program (Bridging the Proof of Concept)

The Bridging program aims to bridge a critical hardware or software gap to accelerate the preliminary proof of a potentially transformative concept. The probability should be very high that the Bridging fund, up to $20,000 each, will result in significant funding success.

The PIPE Program (Presubmission Internal Proposal Evaluations)

The aim of the PIPE program is to provide a structured internal mechanism for expert-caliber technical and editorial review of proposals before their official submission. Each proposal will be reviewed by at least two faculty and a communications staff member in the school to provide timely feedback to improve the prospect of the grant proposal success. The internal review is voluntary but strongly recommended for all PIs.

Login to the GPEP portal on myStevens to view full details and submit proposals.

Grant Workshop Series

Past grant writing and proposal workshops are available for review on the SES Research Intranet Site via myStevens. Login using your Stevens credentials at the link below.