Event Date/Time: Jan 26, 2010
End Date/Time: Jan 26, 2010
Jan 25, 2010
Early Registration Date:
Jan 25, 2010
Improve your grant writing for research proposals by learning current trends and best practices by attending this audioconference. Stand out from the stiff competition by conveying the importance and value of your research. Our expert will walk you through the key steps of effective strategies for writing your grant proposal from protecting your ideas to creating the best possible presentation of your research.
Get the inside scoop on the following hot topics:
â€¢ Think and Plan Before You Write!
â€¢ How to Present Your Vision, Goals, Objectives, & Outcomes
â€¢ Type of Reviewers: Who will be Reading Your Proposal
â€¢ How To Select Possible Funders (Do you always turn to the same old gang?)
â€¢ What to Learn From a Rejected Proposal
â€¢ And much more!
Your expert speaker:
Charles F. Howard, Jr., PhD. became a Research Administrator at Western Michigan University and the University of Northern Colorado, working with faculty on their grant proposals and teaching about writing grant proposals. He established GrantsCrafter Consultancy and continues to write grants proposals and teach. Chuck is a Trainer for The Grantsmanship Center, co-teaching a workshop on Writing Research Proposals, and is also a Senior Grantwriter for Campbell and Co.