Grant Writing Basics for the Humanities and Social Sciences

January 30, 2012 -
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

University Capitol Centre

The ability to write successful grant applications is a valuable skill for graduate students to develop and hone throughout their graduate careers. This workshop is designed to offer a brief, but informative introduction for students in the Humanities and Social Sciences who are unfamiliar with grant writing and the application process. This presentation will include the basics of thinking about and writing a grant proposal.

Topics will include:
• understanding a funder’s guidelines
• researching a funder’s mission and agenda
• the proposal as a piece of persuasion
• preparing for common questions asked by funders
• strategies for developing successful responses to funder’s questions

For more details, view flyer at: Network Grant Writing- OPT_1.pdf

Register by Thursday, January 26, 2012 (noon). You will receive an email back with the confirmation of your registration.