Grant Training at the University of Utah
Campus Resources for Grant Writing and Research Education
The Office of Research Education offers a variety of classes for University of Utah students, faculty and staff related to grant-writing and other research-related topics through the Research Education (Red) program.
Research Data Analysis and Management
The Faculty Services unit provides training and support for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students who are conducting qualitative research, or just interested in learning more about qualitative research. Qualitative data analysis tools, such as NVivo and Atlas.ti are installed on library computers. Email to set up an appointment for a one-on-one or a research group consultation.
Need help using quantitative or qualitative analysis programs for your grant?
Come see our Statistics Graduate Teaching Assistant. To make an appointment, please email our Statistics group.
The Writing and Rhetoric Department offers courses on grant writing. To check current availability, visit the University of Utah Course Catalog for the current semester at Office of the Registrar.
The University of Utah's Continuing Education Program occasionally offers Grant Writing classes as well.
For assistance creating a data management plan for your grant, please consult our Data Management Guide. Visit our Repositories for Research Data Guide for ideas on where to deposit data.
Additional Grant Training Resources Online
Applying for National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Research grants
Visit the Foundation Directory Online (U of U authentication required), which also has a series of youtube tutorials designed to help you learn how to apply for grants.
Visit the Grant Training Center blog for information about writing successful grants and for practical advice and best practices.
For additional support, please visit the Office of Sponsored Projects page.
Research & Information Services Librarian