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Grant Writing from the Ground Up

Handbook / Manual
By: Damon W Diehl(Author)
110 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: SPIE Press
Grant Writing from the Ground Up
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  • Grant Writing from the Ground Up ISBN: 9781510647169 Paperback Dec 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

A career in science relies on developing the skill to convince strangers to give you enormous sums of money. So why do so many scientists write terrible research proposals? Grant Writing from the Ground Up presents a step-by-step process to construct compelling grant proposals that rise to the top of a reviewer's stack.


1. Why Should You Read This Book?
2. Finding What Fuels You
3. Identifying Stakeholders
4. What Are Your Resources?
5. Finding Funding
6. Dissecting a Grant Solicitation
7. Call the Research Sponsor
8. Before Your Start Writing
9. Building a Scaffold
10. Choosing Your Approach
11. Intermission
12. Defining Objectives
13. What Do You Need?
14. Creating a Project Plan
15. Costs and Justifications
16. Letters of Support
17. Refining the Scope
18. Answers and Questions
19. Illustrations
20. The Rough Draft
21. The Revision Process
22. Submission
23. Keep Going
24. Conclusion

Appendix: What to Do When You Lose

Customer Reviews

Handbook / Manual
By: Damon W Diehl(Author)
110 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: SPIE Press
Media reviews

"This book, without a doubt, will be a must-have for early-career researchers and for more experienced ones. I've attended quite a number of grant writing workshops and webinars; this book answers all of the critical questions in the most clear and straightforward fashion. Being a bit egoistical, I hope that my immediate 'competitors' will miss on this brilliant work, so I'll have enormously larger chances to be funded."
– Ilia L. Rasskazov, The Institute of Optics, University of Rochester

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