We are here to help you with the complicated process of preparing a grant proposal. The following steps will guide you through the application process. If you have any questions during the whole process, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Let us know at the link: Proposal Initiation Form
Ready to Submit?
Record your details here: Proposal Information (Completing this survey will trigger the entry of information into Cayuse for routing the IPF).
Know the Status of Your Funding Proposal?
Report your details here as soon as a decision is made by your funder: Proposal Status
Writing a grant application is not an easy task. A well-thought through idea is needed together with attention to detail.
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 Design – 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