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Faculty members: New to writing grant proposals? Apply now for the ‘Get Funded’ seminar series

The Division of Research and Economic Development and Bluford Library are offering an intensive proposal development series for faculty members with little or no grant-writing experience.

“Get Funded” will walk you through the full grant-writing process. The program will include 18 sessions of 90 minutes each. The sessions will build on knowledge gained from previous sessions. The series will begin later this semester.

Participating faculty will:

  • Prepare and submit a grant proposal to a sponsor,
  • Develop effective grantsmanship skills, and
  • Learn to use proposal development resources.

Application deadline is Monday, October 13. Signatures of your department chair and your school’s associate/assistant dean for research are required, so plan your time accordingly.  Click here for the application.

For more information, contact Nina Exner.