|Title:||Grant-writing: Tips from Experienced Researchers|
|Instructor:||Barbara Bond (Oregon State University), Sally Duncan (Institute for Natural Resources, Oregon), Joshua Lawler (University of Washington)|
|Contact:||Tabitha Graves, US-IALE Student Representative; tabgra<at>yahoo.com|
|Date and Time:||Sunday, April 3, 2011
Refreshments will be provided
|Location:||Hilton (conference venue); Broadway meeting room|
|Class size limit:||60|
|Materials to bring||Recommend bringing laptop for paragraph writing exercise. Bring the first paragraph of a grant you are writing or have written.|
Grant-writing skills can make or break your career. Whether you are just beginning your graduate program or you are a recent graduate this 2 hour workshop will help you refine your skills. Instructors will cover differences in writing for a research paper versus a grant application, techniques to make your grant STAND OUT, writing to the grant, and other tips for successful grant-writing. We will practice writing a strong first paragraph, so bring your laptop, a grant application you would like to work on, and your ideas!
For general questions about workshops and registration for them, please contact Anita Morzillo at workshops.usiale2011<at>oregonstate.edu. For questions about workshop content, please contact the individual identified as "Contact" within the information above.