The Grant Writing Institute was established in 2017 to help faculty members receive external funding to support a specific program of research. Participation is based on a competitive application process. Participants are expected to finish the Institute with a grant proposal ready for submission.
A complete description of the Institute format and participation guidelines can be found below.
Apply to Participate
Faculty members interested in applying for the Institute should submit the following materials via email to Rosemary Klein by October 15. Be sure to discuss the application with your department chair prior to submission as participation is strongly dependent upon their ability to provide course relief.
Congratulations to the following Grant Writing Institute participants
Michelle Tong (CTD) - “Building Adaptive Design into the Apparel Higher Education Curriculum” submitted to the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA)
Holland Banse (HDFS) "Supporting Young Dual Language Learners' Math and Science Learning” submitted to the Institute for Education Science
Heather Love (HDFS) "The Impact of Romantic Relationship Dynamics on Suicidal Ideation” submitted to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)
Jessica Wallace (HS/AT) "Addressing Health Disparity Risk Factors for Health-Related Quality of Life as it relates to Concussion in Adolescent Athletes” submitted to the National Institutes of Health (NIH)