The EHE Office of Research, Innovation and Collaboration (ORIC) has collected the following samples of successful proposals from recent award recipients that are available to EHE faculty and PIs by request. If you are interested in obtaining a copy of one of these proposals, please contact Kimberly Lightle. Requests for sample proposals must come directly from EHE faculty, postdocs and PIs.
If you are interested in an award that is not on the list below, please let us know and we will do our best to add to our library.
Matt Brock, PI – Promoting System-Wide Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice for Students with Severe Disabilities through Multi-Tier Professional Development. (Early Career Training Grant) 2016 Award
George Newell, PI – Teaching and Learning Argumentative Writing in High School English Language Arts Classrooms. (Goal 1, Reading and Writing) 2009 Award Narrative
Jerome D’Agostino, PI – Refining the Expanding HEROES: A Literacy Intervention for Young Students with IEPs. 2019 Mid-phase Competition: Absolute Priority 2: Field Initiated Innovations. Entire Proposal. Reviewer Comments.
Michel Betz, PI – Wells and Wellbeing: How the Shale Energy Revolution is Changing Rural Families and Communities. 2017 Award.
Deanna Wilkinson, PI – Urban G.E.M.S. (Grow fresh, eat fresh, market fresh, and sustain healthy communities). 2015 Award
The NIH provides examples of entire applications by type:
- Research grants. R01, R03, R15, R21, and R21/R33
- Small business grants. R41, R42, R43, and R44
- Training and career awards K01, K08, and F31
EHE Faculty Proposals
Claire Kamp Dush, PI – Mechanisms Underlying Sexual Minority Health Disparities in the United States. 2018 R01 Award. The four earlier versions of the proposal and the summary statements from the review panel that eventually led to the proposal being funded are also available on request.
Tonya Orchard, PI – Effect of n-3 fatty acids and sugars on chemotherapy-induced cognitive deficits. 2015 R01 Award
Natasha Slesnick, PI – Evaluation of EBT with Young, Substance Abusing Homeless Mothers. 2014 R01 Award
Natasha Slesnick, PI – Suicide Prevention Among Substance Abusing Homeless Youth. 2014 R34 Award
Ouliana Ziouzenkova, PI – Developing models for identification of therapeutic cell populations. 2012 R21 Award
Leeann Lower, PI – Governance of Collegiate Sport Clubs: A Study on Institutional Oversight
Karen Irving, PI – Empowering Noyce Apprenticeships by Leadership Engagement in STEM Teaching. 2016 Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program Award
Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, PI – CAREER: Maternal gatekeeping and fathering behavior across the transition to parenthood. 2008 Early Career Award
Additional proposals can be found in the OSU Office of Research NSF Proposal Library
Laura Justice, PI – Summer Success: Comprehensive Kindergarten Readiness Camps
Arya Ansari, PI — Present, Engaged, and Ready to Learn: The School Absences of America’s Youngest Children (Small Grant)
Research and Dissertation Awards by Graduate Students
Rachel R. Arocho, PI – A Longitudinal, Cohort, and Intergenerational Analysis of the Predictors and Consequences of On- and Off-Time Marriage. 2014 GRFP Award (Research Plan and Personal Statement)
NIH R36 Dissertation Award – these grants support dissertation research costs of students in accredited research doctoral programs in the United States
Brittany Brakenhoff, PI – Understanding HIV Risk Behaviors of Homeless Youth. 2016 R36 (NIDA) Award
OSU Presidential Fellowship – this internal grant program happens twice a year
Lauren Altenburger, PI – Father-Child Relationships: Early Precursors and Consequences for School-Aged Children’s Social and Cognitive Adjustment. 2017 Award
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Graduate Research Grant – happens once per year
William DuPont, PI – A Study to Examine the Effects of Resistance Exercise Training on Brain Health, Function, Plasticity, and Connectivity. 2017 Award