This Friday: RESP presents workshops on Proposal Writing Strategies and Project Evaluation
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is offering workshops for faculty and staff presented by Mike Cronan, publisher of “Research Development and Grant Writing News” and a nationally recognized workshop presenter and consultant.
Writing Strategies for Winning Proposals
Friday, Oct. 18, 8:00 am-noon, BMU 210
This informative, interactive workshop addresses the foundations of competitive grant writing and selling your idea to funders. Topics covered include:
- Writing a compelling and competitive project summary and proposal narrative
- Narrative characteristics of successful proposals
- Know your audience: writing to convince reviewers and program officers to fund your proposal
- How proposal writing differs from scholarly writing
- …and much more!
Essentials of Project Evaluation for Proposals: The Role of Project Evaluation, Metrics and Outcomes in Your Proposal Narrative
Friday, Oct. 18, 1:00-3:00 pm, BMU 210
Topics covered include:
- What is project evaluation and why is it important to funding success?
- What funding agencies require evaluation metrics and why?
- Who does project evaluation and what does the PI needs to know about it?
- The role of evaluation and metrics in research and education proposals
To attend, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Drop-ins are welcome, space permitting.