https://education.ufl.edu/student-services/files/2016/09/headerblue.png 0 0 patcasey https://education.ufl.edu/student-services/files/2016/09/headerblue.png patcasey2021-07-07 15:32:592021-07-08 12:15:5610 Tips on Grant Writing from a Seasoned Reviewer
10 Tips on Grant Writing from a Seasoned Reviewer
Excerpted from The Chronicle of Higher Education by Jude P. Mikal, June 18, 2021
Here are 10 tips to help you write your grant application and guide reviewers to the information they need to advocate for your research.
- Pay close attention to your summary statements.
- If you think it’s important, mention it in the “project description.”
- Build your project description around the grant agency’s criteria.
- Use supporting documents to buttress your idea and establish its feasibility.
- Biographical information is important but should be easy to skim.
- It’s not such a small world, after all.
- You are writing for three different audiences: program officers, primary reviewers, and panelists.
- In your budget projections, aim for alignment over a bargain.
- Highlight any connections between the proposed project and the agency’s goals.
- Applicant pools and reviewers vary, and sometimes you’re just unlucky.
To view the complete article, see 10 Tips on Grant Writing from a Seasoned Reviewer from The Chronicle of Higher Education by Jude P. Mikal, June 18, 2021