Tag Archive: Grant Writing

May 17 2016

Is it a good idea to write a grant application?

In this series of blog posts I want to create a clear, step-by-step recipe that anybody can use to write a research-grant application. I am focusing particularly on project grants, partly because that is what I know about and partly because that is the kind of grant that most Universities, including Sunderland, most want to …

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May 17 2016

How to Get Feedback on your Draft Grant Application

I can give feedback on a project grant application within 24 hours. Sometimes a lot quicker than that. To get the most out of me, there are three things you should do. • Get the structure of the case for support right. • Match the summary to the case for support. • Use the Funding development team …

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May 17 2016

Take One Medium Sized Project

In this series of blog posts I want to create a clear, step-by-step recipe that anybody can use to write a research-grant application. I am focusing particularly on project-grants or fellowships. A project grant is a grant to provide resources needed to carry out a defined research project. A fellowship is a project-grant in which …

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