June 2019 Issue of Research Development & Grant Writing News

The June 2019 issue of Research Development & Grantwriting News is now available (AppState login required).

Research Development & Grantwriting News is a monthly newsletter produced by Academic Research Funding Strategies. Featured topics in the current issue include:

  • Don’t Let the Organizational Ghosts of Proposals Past Haunt Your New Proposal
    Research on a topic common across several agencies will most likely require a different organizational formats.

  • Do Not Build Your Proposal Out of Spare Parts (Reprinted)
    We discuss why you shouldn’t assemble your proposal from boilerplate text and excerpts from previous narratives.

  • Talking to New Faculty about Reproducibility and Replicability in Science
    Research proposals are receiving more scrutiny in terms of reproducibility and replicability. We discuss how to educate your new faculty about these expectations.

  • Does Your Office Assist New Faculty in Grant Writing? Here Are Some Tips
    Research offices can help PIs not express their ideas fully using language that will speak persuasively to their potential funders.

  • Know the Type of Project You’re Proposing
    Are you proposing a basic research project, and applied research project, or an intervention or programmatic project? We discuss why it’s important to know and how to discuss each type of project in your proposal.

  • White Papers and Concept Papers Are Often the First Step to Funding Success
    Writing a good white/concept paper can significantly compress the timeline for getting funder feedback. We discuss key points to cover in your white paper or concept paper.

Published: Jun 26, 2019 11:28am