The Grantsmanship Center is holding a Research Proposal Workshop geared for grantseekers in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. Excerpt from their notice:
If you conduct research in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities, grant awards are critical to your professional life. The ability to obtain highly competitive research grants can be essential for your career.
The Grantsmanship Center’s three-day Research Proposal Workshop is designed to train researchers to compete more effectively for grant funding. You will learn a proposal development process that begins with a well thought-out research plan. The resulting proposal will have a predictable set of components that reflect this plan and that flow logically. A proposal that is clear, logical, and convincing is more appropriate for funding, more competitive, and more likely to be favorably reviewed.
This is an intensive, highly interactive workshop. Attendance is limited to 26 participants.
The workshop will be held May 19-21 (three days) and costs $1195 or $1095 for early birds. This is an incredible deal, considering that you’ll be applying for multi-year, multi-thousand dollar support.
TGCI is also offering a five-day workshop Competing for Federal Grants in June.