Grant Writing Workshop

This interactive workshop is geared for faculty who plan to submit a grant in the summer or fall of 2015. Participants will share drafts in progress with peer learning teams. Experienced facilitators will provide didactic content and personalized advice.

At the end of this course, participants will be able to…

  1. Develop a novel, testable hypothesis
  2. Convey the significance of their research to nonspecialists
  3. Complete a grant application for submission


We will meet from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. in Evans 720 (unless otherwise noted) on Thursdays from January to May, 2015:

January 8 – Specific Aims and Avoiding Common Mistakes in Grant Writing – Wilkins Board Room, Evans 120 (this session only)

January 29 – Significance and Innovation

February 26 – Organizing the Approach

March 19 – Experiment Plan and Study Design

March 26 – Discussion Section

April 23 – Connecting the Sections and Incorporating Feedback

May 14 - Administrative Components

May 28 – Repurposing Your Grant for Other Funders and Learning About Available Resources

Grant Writing Course Curriculum


Content of the Spring 2012 Grant Writing Workshop

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