Funding Search Links: use the links below to search federal funding across all agencies at grants.gov, search for funding by federal agency and search for state funding. Contact Brian Peery for a search of the Grantsmanship Center Funding Search Data Base.
Common required numbers for proposals: Find information needed to complete grant applications including EIN #, DUNNS # and others.
PSU Graduate Assistantships Information:
Graduate Teaching Assistant: Must be the instructor of record for a course and receives $2,500 a semester and tuition. Graduate Research Assistant: Paid a minimum of $13.05 an hour for 20 hours a week during the fall and spring. GRAs can work up to 40 hours a week in the summer. GRAs may be paid more if an increased rate or payment of tuition is included in the grant award.
Graduate Administrative Assistant:Paid $13.05 an hour for 20 hours a week during the fall and spring. GAAs can work up to 40 hours a week in the summer if funding is available. The link below provides more information about graduate assistants.
Student Research Assistant Salary Rate Calculator and estimates for grant proposals. Use the calculator to calculate the cost of a student research position or use predetermined estimates listed.
Research Assistant Salary Calculator
Clicking on the link below will take you to the PSU Budget Office Salary and Fringe Benefits Calculator. These calculators can be used to figure salary and fringe benefits for faculty and unclassified staff.
Clicking on the link below will take you to the PSU Budget Office Fringe Benefits Rates. Fringe benefits include retirement, FICA, workmen’s compensation, leave pay and health insurance.
PSU Indirect Cost Rate: The PSU-Health and Human Services indirect cost rate agreed to is 47% of salary and fringe benefits paid for by the grant. Below is a link to the Indirect Cost Rate Agreement.
Grant Proposal Approval Routing Form: All proposals for external funding for grants and sub-agreements from federal, state, and private funds must be approved before a proposal can be submitted. The proposal initiator should complete the information on the form, attach the original proposal, gain the signatures of the Chairperson and Dean, then submit to the Office of Graduate and Continuing Studies. Approval of proposals that are not submitted to the Office of Graduate and Continuing Studies at least two working days before the mailing or submission deadline is not guaranteed. After approval by the Dean of Graduate and Continuing Studies the proposal will be returned to the proposal initiator for mailing or submission. There is a Grant Proposal Routing Form for academic programs and a different form for non-academic programs.
Grant Proposal Routing Form for Academic Programs
Grant Proposal Routing Form for Non-academic Programs