View grant opportunities. Once you have been awarded a grant check the Research Office website to make sure that all of the necessary steps for your award are completed. Below you will find a number of other resources available to you.
Cayuse424 is a web-based system with a direct portal to Grants.gov which provides a faster and more reliable grant proposal submission system.
The Office of Research Ethics and Compliance (REC) oversees university-wide compliance with federal, state, and university policies regarding the conduct of ethical research with humans and other vertebrate animals, and administers financial conflict of interest and academic integrity matters. REC also assists with the administration of the Institutional Biosafety Committee.
ISU publishes policies regarding research.
ISU is committed to protection of the rights and welfare of human subjects participating in research investigations under the authority of the university. All research involving human subjects is to be conducted in accordance with relevant federal regulations.
ISU is committed to the humane care and use of animals and accordingly adheres to the national standards for the care and use of animals. The Research Ethics and Compliance Office and the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) are charged with interpreting and applying these standards to any use of animals at the University.
ISU subscribes to a comprehensive research ethics training program called the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). This training program is used by hundreds of colleges and universities across the country to provide computer-based instruction and testing on various areas of research ethics and regulatory compliance.
The office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) offers assistance with research Proposal Preparation. RSP can work with you to obtain samples of successfully funded grant proposals.