Grant Writer's Seminar and Workshop


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.

Sponsored by The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA), the College of Arts and Letters, and ND Research.