Writing Successful Grant Proposals
Effective grant proposal writing begins here. AAAS created this program to help participants win more grants by understanding the process, effectively communicating their goals and clearly defining how they plan to achieve them. Proposal writing can be difficult, but is vital within STEM fields.
Our AAAS experts know what it takes to win grants and have in-depth knowledge of common pitfalls and challenges. By taking these courses, participants can improve their chances and avoid rejection before a proposal is sent for review.
This critical program will help students:
- Write strong, competitive grant proposals
- Navigate NSF’s organizational structure and governance
- Understand the organization of NIH and the proposal review process
- Understand the 5 standard review criteria and NIH specific aims
- Place research goals in the context of funding agency priorities and intentions
- Learn the types of funding and locate funding opportunities
- Understand what research ethics encompasses
- Learn what to do when discovering ethical misconduct
Areas such as “funding opportunities” and “major grant organizations” are covered in the Best Practices for NSF Grant Proposals and Best Practices for Writing NIH Grant Proposals courses. Learn how to interact with NSF divisions, directorates and program officers, become fluent in NIH’s organization and structure and understand both NSF and NIH’s merit review processes and review criteria.
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Duration: 5 hours
The program includes the following 5 courses:
- Avoiding Common Errors in Proposal Writing
- Best Practices for Writing NSF Grant Proposals
- Best Practices for Writing NIH Grant Proposals
- Overview of Ethics in Scientific Research
- Broader Impacts for NSF Proposals
Broader Impacts Guidesheet
Certificate of completion
Here’s what students are saying:
“… very thorough and highlighted effective strategies”
“… clear and user-centered, with useful exercises that initiate application of the lessons”
“… important for career advancement, especially when exposed to people outside of science”