Alumni

Grant Concept Form  

Seton Hall Law School’s faculty is encouraged to assist in obtaining external funding to enhance the Law School’s resources and programs. In order to help the Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations & Government Grants in applying for grants, as the first step in the application process faculty is required to complete and submit this form.

The Path of a Proposal

Grant Proposal Path

Last Name:
   
First Name:
   
Email:    

1.

Describe your project idea in one sentence.

2.

Do you plan to have a collaborator?

   
   
 
If yes, from what institution and from what discipline?
Name of collaborator?  

3. What kind of project is this?  

4.

Why is this work important?
 
What specific community need or societal problem will it address?
 

5.

How will you evaluate the outcomes of your project?
 

6.

Are you aware of potentially interested funders?

7.

If yes, have you had any contact with them?  
If you have been in contact with them, please list them and any relevant detail (i.e. deadlines, Letter of Intent requirements, funder's mission statement, match requirements, what they have funded in the past, etc.)
 

8.

If this is a government grant, have you reviewed the University’s requirements (found online at http://www.shu.edu/offices/upload/PI-Handbook-08.pdf)?  

9.

If you are aware of potential funders, do you know if they have given SHL funding in the past?  

10.

What resources do you require to accomplish your project?
 

11.

What is your project timeline (please be specific—include dates)?
 
Is this a single- or multi-year grant?  

12.

Approximate total project budget
and overview of categories of expenses.
 

13.

What smaller amount would still be helpful to your project?  

14.

Will you administer/manage this grant yourself or do you have alternative administrative support?   
If administrative support, has this person been approved by an Associate Dean?