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  • UW Colleges Administration | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Print Collateral Business Card Envelope FAX Letterhead UW Colleges Administration Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Print Collateral UW Colleges Administration The stationery and envelope standards for the UW Colleges administration vary from those of the campuses The tagline The freshman sophomore UW Campuses has been dropped

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  • Foundation Grants | University of Wisconsin Colleges
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    Original URL path: http://www.uwc.edu/employees/prof-dev/grants/foundation-grants (2016-02-16)
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  • Government Grants | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Foundation Grants Government Grants Other Grants UW Colleges Grants UW System Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Government Grants There are two types of government grants federal and state Federal and state governments have similar outlooks regarding grant management and distribution Knowing what a government source looks for is helpful when writing a grant To compete successfully for government grants be sure to review eligibility requirements carefully Below are some things to note Government grants tend to change with the times The government s role in providing grants changes depending on the economy the objectives of the party in power and the hot topics of the day Federal and state grants require great detail and a lot of preparation Government sources want all the details up front Government sources want model programs that can be replicated in other communities Government sources want to disperse grants evenly across the country In a given grant cycle it is unlikely that one institution will end up

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  • Other Grants | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Foundation Grants Government Grants Other Grants UW Colleges Grants UW System Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Other Grants Business Local Grants Local businesses are another source for grants A business or corporation may provide staff equipment facilities food and materials while at the same time promoting their company to the public Be sure not to confuse a business with a

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  • UW Colleges Grants | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Indicators Analytical Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Professional Development Grants Types of Grants UW Colleges Grants Chancellor s Teaching Fellow Scholar Program CTF S Recipients Grants to Increase Student Engagement GISE Recipients Knowledge and Skill Expansion Grant KSEG Recipients Sabbatical Program Sabbatical Recipients Summer Research Grants SRG Recipients Foundation Grants Government Grants Other Grants UW System Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker

    Original URL path: http://www.uwc.edu/employees/prof-dev/grants/uw-colleges-grants (2016-02-16)
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  • UW System Grants | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Foundation Grants Government Grants Other Grants UW Colleges Grants UW System Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Professional Development Grants Types of Grants UW System Grants The UW System Administration offers these grant and related programs Applied Research Grants Growth Agenda for Wisconsin Grants Conference and Professional Development Grants CPDG Institutional Change Grants ICG At least 1 million will be available for the 2013 14 academic year at least 600 000 will be available for 2014 15 and at least 300 000 will be available for 2015 16 UW Colleges submission guidelines for the Applied Research Grants and Conference and Professional Development Grants follow Below these are the guidelines for Institutional Change Grants The procedures to obtain UW Colleges institutional approval to submit a grant proposal are available on the submitting a grant page You must submit the application to Associate Vice Chancellor Joe Foy Seale will facilitate the administrative review of the grant and work with the grant writer on any needed changes Hieser will provide feedback on the grant proposal s style and presentation The due date for internal submission is two weeks before the UW System deadline to allow for internal UW Colleges review Institutional Change Grants are limited to two per institution Based on institutional priorities the UW Colleges Office of Academic Affairs has designated broad themes based on the UW Colleges Strategic Goals for the UW Colleges ICG submissions and is working through campus deans and department chairs for proposal development The deadline for submitting pre proposals is Friday December 21 2012 Details about the submission process for ICG proposals follow The UW Colleges Office of Academic Affairs invites pre proposals from campus executive officers and deans or academic department chairs that will model Inclusive Excellence and address UW Colleges Strategic Goals found on page six of the UW Colleges Strategic Plan as these align with one of the three UWSA Growth Agenda for Wisconsin goals please see the table below for areas of alignment UW Colleges Strategic Goals UW System Growth Agenda Goal 1 Increase the number of Wisconsin graduates UW System Growth Agenda Goal 2 Help create more well paying jobs UW System Growth Agenda Goal 3 Build stronger communities 1 Clarify and communicate the UW Colleges position X 2 Enhance the student experience X 3

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  • Budget Development | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Grants Budget Development Information to Include Tips for Successful Grants Types of Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Professional Development Grants Writing Grants Budget Development Budget preparation varies greatly from project to project All Request for Proposals RFP require some type of budget presentation Budget items should match up exactly with the project activities goals and objectives being proposed Eliminate budget amounts that cannot be justified by your proposed activities Realistic figures go a long way toward convincing readers and project officers that your organization is reliable and can do the job For example an on campus project that requires minimal travel should not include a 1 000 travel line item The following are some key components of budget preparation Organizational Contribution Often called matching funds most funding sources require some indication that local resources will be used to support the project Local matching funds are an indication that the project can be sustained beyond the grant funding Local matching sources usually come in two forms Cash contributions require the organization or partners to have a source of funds dedicated to the project Matching funds are often expressed in terms of a percentage of the total project Example Your project asks for 100 000 and the funder requires a 25 cash match You must raise 25 000 locally In kind contributions require the organization to show sources of local support which can include items other than cash Many items can be used for in kind matches but personnel costs are common and relatively easy to calculate When determining local contribution remember that support can be calculated from partners as well as your own organization Use any source that provides direct service to the project but is not being supported by grant funds Example If a staff person will spend time with the project but not receive any direct funding from it the staff salary is 60 000 per year and 5 of the time will be spent on the project Calculation Staff salary x fringe benefits 42 5 actual annual salary with fringe benefits x 5 of time match total 60 000 x 42 5 85 500 x 5 4 275 Developing the Budget Two types of costs are common to most budgets direct costs and indirect costs Direct costs are items required to carry out all the activities of the project as defined by its goals and objectives Indirect costs are overhead charges calculated as a percentage of the total cost and help the organization cover its costs related to such items as bookkeeping research administration depreciation and general operations Example Calculation Total project cost x percentage of costs that are indirect total amount of indirect charges 100 000 x 8 8 000 Common Budget Categories Personnel The wages and or salaries of personnel working on the

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  • Information to Include | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Professional Development Grants Writing Grants Budget Development Information to Include Tips for Successful Grants Types of Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Professional Development Grants Writing Grants Information to Include Grant sources vary considerably in how the grant narrative Request for Proposal must be presented or formatted This includes the order in which material is presented as well as the amount of information required in a specific category Always follow the guidelines a grant source provides If the grant source does not provide guidelines write the narrative in the order the project will develop The following are basic items to include in the grant narrative Application Title Page This is provided in the standard grant narrative format Table of Contents A list of the content of the proposal by page number Try using major headings that are taken word for word from the Request for Proposal RFP as well as duplicating its organizational format Abstract A summary of the entire grant presented in one page or less Regardless of whether or not the grant requires an abstract the reader should see a well written and concise overview of the project up front Need Problem Statement This may include an outline of the extent of the problem related research on the issue similar models surveys and or related results A good

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