In addition to the regularly scheduled grant-specific programs, Research Development Services offers a variety of programs suitable for faculty and researchers interested in pursuing extramural funding.
- April 19, 2017: Early Career Opportunities; Foundations & Federal Programs. Location: Vine Avenue Annex, Room 102. Time: 3:00pm to 4:30pm
2016 - 2017 Academic Year Date is Tentative, check back soon for additional information.
Details: The widely acclaimed seminar by Grant Writers' Seminars & Workshops (GWSW) comprehensively addresses both practical and conceptual aspects that are important to proposal-writing success. The principles and fundamentals of good proposal writing are emphasized, along with "how-to" practical tips and strategies. Participants in the workshop will receive a field-relevant "The Grant Application Writer's Workbook", valued at $75.
This was an excellent and very practical and valuable workshop. I would love to get a tune-up each year plus, would recommend this for my colleagues. Engaging speaker made the day fly by. - University of Arizona
Really outstanding presentation content and delivery. All useful, high yield, presented efficiently and effectively. - Harvard University
Please contact Research Development Services with any questions.
About Grant Writers' Seminars & Workshops
GWSW’s faculty members have extensive hands-on, in-the-trenches experience writing grant applications. Since GWSW was founded, the Members and Associate Members have collectively accumulated more than 50 years of experience helping other applicants succeed. They have developed and perfected a straightforward, step-by-step strategy for writing grant proposals that is easily mastered. The process emphasizes approaches that help ensure applicants will develop a competitive edge, which is essential in today’s hypercompetitive funding environment. Proposal development is guided by The Grant Application Writer’s Workbook, which is available in NIH-, NSF-, and USDA-specific versions, as well as an Any Other Agency version that is applicable to all other funders. Based on the principles and fundamentals of good grantsmanship, GWSW’s approach helps applicants create the kind of grant proposal that reviewers want to read.
The following opportunities are ongoing and may be available on demand:
- COS PIVOT training for your college, department, or unit. Training is available on demand with a minimum of 6 participants and maximum of 12 participants. Please contact Research Development Services to request PIVOT training.
Visit our Past Programming page for details on previous academic year's programming.