Proposal Preparation

Where can I find help?

  • NSF Guide to Proposal Writing - "While this Guide may provide valuable information for proposal writing in general, it was specifically prepared for programs in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE)."
  • Short Course in Proposal Writing - a learning lab for individual grant seekers. The site provides:
    • A virtual classroom where you can learn at your own pace anytime, anywhere with free online tutorials
    • An online librarian where you can get answers to questions about foundations, philanthropy, fundraising research, and other issues related to nonprofits
    • An online bookshelf where you can read condensed versions of The Foundation Center's how-to and nonprofit management publications.
    • Classroom training opportunities that will assist you in enhancing your understanding of the grant seeking process and/or sharpen your skills in funding research
  • Proposal Writer's Guide - University of Michigan faculty and staff research support page
  • Short Guide to NIH Applications - This link takes you to the National Cancer Institutes Quick Guide for Grant Applications. This information is based very closely on NIH Publication No. 93-3606, "Quick Guide for the Preparation of Grant Applications," written and distributed by the Hispanic Cancer Control Research Network (HCCRN), Hispanic Cancer Control Program, Special Populations Studies Branch, National Cancer Institute, and NIH.
  • Grantsmanship Training & Information - information and resources provided by the Grantsmanship Center

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