Grant Writing

Writing a grant application is not an easy task. A well-thought through idea is needed together with attention to detail.

Helpful Guides


In our office we have a several grant writing guides available for our faculty and new researches to borrow in order to help them with the task of writing a successful grant application. Please contact our office if you would like to borrow one of the following guides:

  • “The “How To” Grants Manual – Successful Grantseeking Techniques for Obtaining Public and Private Grants” 8th Ed. by David G. Bauer
  • “The Grant Application Writer’s Workbook” by Stephen W. Russell and David C. Morrison – NIH Version
  • “The Complete Book of Grant Writing” by Nancy Burke Smith & E. Gabriel Works
  • “Grant Development Solutions Training Program” by Brett Naftzger
  • Qualitative Inquiry & Research Deasign – Choosing Among Five Approaches 3rd Edition by John W. Creswell
  • “Writing Remedies – Practical Exercises for Technical Writing” by Edmond H. Weiss
  • “Encyclopedia of Nursing Research” by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick
  • “The Writer’s Workbook – Health Professionals Guide to Getting Published” by Shirley H. Fondiller
  • “From Proposal to Publication – An Informal Guide to Writing about Nursing Research” by Elizabeth M. Tornquist
  • “Writing Strategies – Reaching Diverse Audiences” by Laurel Richardson
  • “SBIR/STTR Phase I Proposal Preparation Workshop” by Jim Greenwood