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Below are articles and guidelines that focus on generating successful proposals.
Research Development & Grant Writing Newsletters with Contents Listed (from Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC)
Program Officers Guide – Communicating with a Federal Program Officer to Seek Funding
Tips for a Winning Research Proposal (from ASEE Prism), 15 tips on writing winning research proposals
The Craft of Grant Writing (Texas A&M manual)
Debunking Some Myths about Grant Writing (Kenneth Henson, The Citadel)
The Art of Grantsmanship by Jacob Kraicer
Why Academics Have a Hard Time Writing Good Grant Proposals by Robert Porter
Can We Talk? Contacting Grant Program Officers by Robert Porter
What do Grant Reviewers Really Want, Anyway? by Robert Porter
Writing Winning Technology Proposals by Elizabeth Byrom
Jabberwocky Junkies — Buzzwords and gyrating jargon abound in sponsored research. Here are some trendy examples and ways to kick the habit.
National Science Foundation
NIH resource page available here (http://research.utk.edu/nsf/)
National Institutes of Health
NIH resource page available here (http://research.utk.edu/nih/)
National Endowment for the Humanities
National Endowment for the Arts
Other Government Agencies
Writing a Successful Grant Proposal (Minnesota Council on Foundations)
One Program Officer’s Candid Tips for Grantseekers — An insider’s perspective on how foundations operate-and how grantseekers should approach them.