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Information for Faculty and Staff involved with NIH NRSATraining Grants

A training grant is an agreement that provides funding intended to pay stipends to, and provide a coordinated training program for students, postdoctoral researchers, staff, teachers and/or faculty who are selected by the institution to be a part of the training program. They are different from fellowships, which generally provide stipends for individuals who are selected by the agency. Training grants can come from federal and non-federal agencies. UW has received training grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF), US Department of Education, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and other agencies. The Graduate School focuses on training grants that support graduate student training, such as the NIH National Research Service Award Institutional Training Grants (NRSA T32s and other "T" awards) and the NSF Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT).

T32 General Information
Preparing T32 Applications
T32 Site Visit Tips
How to Appoint Short-term Trainees on NRSA Training Grants
UW-Madison Policies Regarding Supplementation or Concurrent Appointments for Graduate Students Holding Fellowships or Traineeships
Training Grant Presentations
xTrain Information
NRSA Pre- and Post-doctoral Fellowships Information
Tuition and Fees Shortfall

Keywords: Training grants information, stipends, training programs, post doctoral researchers, graduate students, staff, faculty, teachers   Doc ID: 34811
Owner: KATHLEEN M.Group: Graduate School Admin
Created: 2013-10-25 15:39 CDTUpdated: 2013-12-06 18:09 CDT
Sites: Graduate School Admin