Doubling Submissions at South Alabama
When it comes to a college or university office of research, the equation is simple: Awareness of solicitations drives an increased number of applications, and an increased number of applications drives stronger competition, and stronger competition drives higher quality awards.
But how do you make faculty aware of myriad opportunities? And how do you provide aggregated, easy-to-use, and comprehensive resources to ensure a robust and timely response through the multi-stage process of submission, review, decision, and award?
Kim Littlefield, former Assistant Vice President for Research Development and Learning at the University of South Alabama, found an answer that more than doubled the research office’s submissions, which is still used at the office of Research Communications, Development and Learning today…