Phase One is a one-day seminar entitled “Write Winning Grant Proposals” and is designed to help investigators hone their grant-writing skills in an increasingly competitive market. The seminar is open to all faculty and post-docs in the Social Sciences, College of Arts and Letters, and each participant will receive a free Grant Application Writers’ Workbook (a $75 value) geared toward the agency to which you are most interested in applying.
In Phase Two, members of the seminar audience are selected to work with the external consultant to develop a full grant proposal. Prior participants in this workshop have seen their success rate for funded proposals increase from the national average of under 20% to approximately 35%.
Space is limited, so please contact Lori Loftis (ISLA) with your registration information as soon as possible: Name, Department, Faculty Rank, and Which Funding Agency Workbook (NIH, NSF, USDA, Any Agency) to order.