The Grants Office

The Grants Office helps faculty, staff, and students find and apply for grants to support research, educational activities, or programs. While these pages offer valuable resources to be used throughout the grant search and application process, all Antioch University New England grant applicants should begin their search by contacting Don Woodhouse, the Grants Office Director (see complete contact info below).

Available Grants Office services include:

  • Researching potential funding sources
  • Proposal writing workshops
  • Contacting potential funders
  • Program Development
  • Help navigating federal and state and foundation forms
  • Help preparing or reviewing drafts and budgets
  • Coordinating the AUNE internal review and approval process
  • Providing supporting documents
  • Help preparing required reports
  • Access to FastLane,, NIH eRA Commons, and other electronic grant application portals

The Process

The Antioch University New England Grants & Contracts Handbook (PDF 150K) outlines the general process for researching, preparing, and submitting grant proposals. For help at any stage of this process contact the Grants Office.

Proposal Review Form

The proposal Authorization Form is a checklist for applicants and a way to insure that applications are reviewed at the department and institution level before going to outside funders. For assistance completing the form or routing it, please contact the grants office. A fully completed and signed Authorization Form must accompany all applications before they are presented to the President for his signature on the application.

Proposal Authorization Form
Proposal Authorization Form Instructions


Contacting the Grants Office

Grants Office Director

Don Woodhouse

Post Award Specialists

Brittany Burnham

Chad Czelusniak-Serviss