rejected proposal reviews Sally Rehm 19 Nov 2001 11:49 EST


We would like to establish some sort of formal/regular process for
reviewing and analyzing data on research proposals that have been
rejected. We are in the process now of getting input from faculty
and administration on our campus as to how useful this kind of
effort would be, what kind of  data we can/should collect, and who
will have access to it.   Has anyone out there looked at this issue?
What, if anything, do you do with rejected proposal review?  Is this
something that has been useful for individual pi's, departments,
Thanks for your comments.

Sally Rehm
University of Maine

Sally K. Rehm
Proposal Development/Information Officer
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
5717 Corbett Hall, Room 420
University of Maine
Orono, ME  04469-5717
fax: (207)581-1446

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