CINAR Proposal Guidelines

Overview

CINAR allows consortium partners (the Gulf of Maine Research Institute, Rutgers University, the University of Maine, the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) to submit proposals to NOAA through the Cooperative Agreement #NA14OAR4320158. All proposals are submitted through the lead CINAR institution - WHOI. Guidelines for submission of CINAR proposals for both WHOI and partner institutions are outlined on the corresponding sections (see links below). Each instititution should follow their own internal proposal guidelines as well as those designated for CINAR.

Please contact CINAR Administrator, Ann Stone at 508-289-3837 or cinar-info@cinar.org  prior to completing a CINAR proposal to let her know your plans and so that the CINAR office can provide any additional details that might be needed at the time. This will also help to determine the appropriate start date NOAA will consider for your proposal. Proposal dates must be within the current cooperative agreement period - ending June 30, 2019.  

If you have questions regarding the applicability of your project to the CINAR themes and region, please contact the CINAR Associate Director, Mindy Richlen, at mrichlen@whoi.edu (508 289 2552) or the CINAR Director, Don Anderson, at danderson@whoi.edu (508 289 2351).

Current Deadline for Proposal Submission

NOAA has suggested that all proposals be submitted by the target date of May 5, 2017. We realize there will be some exceptions but please try to get your proposal in as early as possible.

WHOI PROPOSAL GUIDELINES

PARTNER PROPOSAL GUIDELINES

Related Links

  • grants.gov
    Please use this link to access appropiate federal funding opportunities

Related Files

  • CI Proposal Application Outline
    The CI Proposal Application will assist you in formatting and completing proposals with the correct information that the GMD requests.
  • NEPA Questionnaire
    (PDF) Please complete this National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) form, if your project will include field work that could be percieved as having a significant impact on the environment.