If the proposal has multiple PIs, both PI1 and PI2 need to meet the eligibility criteria listed for the respective grant mechanism (both need to either be Junior or Senior faculty). For proposals submitted with multiple PIs, the cycle break rule applies to all PIs (PI1, PI2 and all PIs of a Team Science Grant).
If funded, the PI1 will be the primary contact for the award set up and management. The PI1 will receive the results (
Anytime a PI is funded, he/she must take before applying again. For example, if funded in the Fall 2018, you cannot apply in the Spring 2019, and must wait for the Fall 2019 to apply again. For proposals submitted with multiple PIs, the cycle break rule applies to ALL PIs (PI1, PI2 and all PIs of a Team Science grant).
are considered when submitting to the following grants: Family Support; Hardship; Independence Support Award.
- Receiving a , does not preclude submitting a proposal to a RAP sponsored grant in the following cycle. grant
- Receiving a RAP sponsored award, does not preclude submitting proposal(s) to the Catalyst Program in the following cycle.
RAP allows a NEW submission, a 1st resubmission, and a 2nd resubmission of the same proposal (2nd resubmission is by invitation only; the review will state if a second resubmission is allowed).
same research topic with an amended application or research plan rather than a new research topic and new research plan.
Please use up to one extra page to introduce your revised proposal, addressing the issues raised in the review, and any additional changes to your proposal. A new letter from the Chair is not required if the resubmission is within 2 cycles (one skipped cycle maximum). You should include the old letter and state that your resubmission is within 2 cycles and that a new letter is not required. Make sure the new changes are highlighted in a bold or italic font so that the reviewers can easily see where and how the proposal has changed. Do not use track changes.
At the end of each cycle, all applicants, funded and not-funded, will receive written reviews and final scores.