Course Description

Stay on a grantwriting schedule as we suggest actions and tips, and point out common missteps in a workplan that will pace you to your deadline. You customize the 10 sessions to lead to your deadline, on your schedule (weekly, biweekly, monthly, etc). Each session walks you through major stages of the grantwriting process. You will receive curated grantsmanship strategies to match up with your evolving draft. We share highlights from our virtual training courses, and for those who have access to them, we let you know when to watch to get a deeper dive into the material. An interactive checklist helps you track your progress.

Updated: May 1, 2024

You incorporate high level strategy and critical detail...noodging your Co-I’s to get their letters done and returned, noodging them again when they send them unsigned or they just aren’t perfect, even down to celebrating the submission with champagne because getting a great proposal out the door IS an accomplishment regardless of whether it is ultimately funded. Just wanted you to know I am loving this series!

Barry Braun, PhD, Executive Director, Human Performance Clinical Research Laboratory
Colorado State University

Very thorough and insightful. Despite being in grant administration for several years already, I was still able to learn many new and insightful details that I had not previously known.

Scott Merrill, Program Manager for Research Development,
Top 3 World's Best Hospital*

Course Details

Who:  The 10-session workplan is ideal for those writing any major R- or K-series submission.

What:  10 sessions that you customize to lead to your deadline.

When:  Available on demand.

Cost:  $499

How:  Schedule the 10 sessions to whatever timeframe makes sense for you: weekly, biweekly, monthly, or some other schedule.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this 10-session series, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify and employ crucial steps to take to prepare to write an NIH grant application
  2. Acquire key information about effective NIH writing strategies
  3. Apply NIH effective strategies to writing and revising a draft submission
  4. Utilize learned skills to critique peer drafts to hone their own skills
  5. Develop better grantwriting skills that will carry forward on all submissions, whether to NIH or other funding agencies

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Course content was last updated on May 1, 2024. Content of this course was updated on this date. The content was accurate at that time. We recommend that you search for changes that may have occurred to the content since the recording date.