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Proposal Services

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Proposal Services is a value added service provided to K-State's College of Agriculture and Research and Extension faculty and staff. We are dedicated to supporting the creation of quality proposals and contracts that are both technically and administratively sound. The goal of submitting the highest quality proposal is accomplished with strong collaboration and teamwork.

Please contact any of our staff members for assistance:

  • Terri Fayle, tfayle@ksu.edu, 2-7255, Waters Hall 105B
  • Dawn Caldwell, caldwell@ksu.edu, 2-2758, Waters 105D
  • Marisha Eck, rish@ksu.edu, 2-2760, Waters 105C


Please contact us to:

  • Develop proposal budgets
  • Establish timeline for proposal preparation and submission
  • Format and finalize applications in compliance with agency regulations
  • Review rough drafts of proposals
  • Liaise between KSRE PI and K-State’s PreAward Services Office
  • Create your transmittal sheet
  • Identify possible funding sources


We also have these publications available upon request:

  • 50 Pearls of NIH Grant Application Wisdom
  • NIH Short Form Application (how to manual to help you improve your grant success)
  • NIH vs. NSF: A Comparison & Guide for Biomedical Researchers Seeking Grants
  • NIH R01 Grant Application Mentor: An Instructional Manual
  • Export Controls & Academic Research: Know Your Compliance Responsibility
  • Prepare a More Competitive MRI Grant Application
  • Complying with RCR Training Requirements
  • Shared Instrumentation Grants: The Secrets to S10 Success
  • Laboratory Animal Welfare Compliance: 26 Expert Strategies Every PI Should Know
  • Expert Advice on 17 Challenges in Assurance Laboratory Animal Welfare


Below you will find a feedback form where you can submit your comments/suggestions to Terri Fayle at anytime.  Submissions through this feedback form are anonymous and do not collect your name or email.



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