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This page is meant to provide useful information for those undertaking the writing of a proposal.  A strong proposal incorporates data and references to other sources documenting need and supporting the methodology/solution described in an application.  Grant reviewers like to see that a writer has done some research to accurately identify and quantify (where possible) the nature of a problem. A search of the literature and and best practices employed by other institutions in similar  situations strengthens a proposal substantially.  If you learn of resources that you think others might find useful, please contact me so I can add them to this site


Basic Information about LCOOCC  
College Organizational Chart  
P. L. 95 - 471 A copy of the US Code for the public law entitled Tribally Controlled Colleges or Universities Grant Program. Click HERE to search the United States Code. 
STEM Resource Statistics A website maintained by the National Science Foundation.  Contains a wealth of information, including statistics on the demographics of STEM students, graduates and workforce.
Directory of Open Access Journals I am not sure that this site will actually help in the writing of grants, but there is some fascinating reading to be found here.  "This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. We aim to cover all subjects and languages. There are now 1886 journals in the directory. Currently 461 journals are searchable on article level. As of today 79,996 articles are included in the DOAJ service."
EDUCAUSE "EDUCAUSE Quarterly is a practitioner's journal for college and university managers and users of information resources - information, technology, and services - published quarterly by EDUCAUSE."
NCURA  The National Council of University Research Administrators has an excellent website which includes a resource page entitled the Fundamentals of Sponsored Project Administration.