Grant Writing

Run by Dr. Astrid Ensslin, this required module provides students with practical knowledge about grant writing (including research, nonprofit, and project management). Students will be trained in identifying funding sources, developing grant-writing skills, addressing the appropriate audience, preparing a CV or resume, and drafting a proposal. Through individual and collaborative work, students will learn how to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses, provide and integrate constructive feedback, and confidently advocate for themselves and their projects.

NB: Students in first year take both required modules, Grant Writing, followed by Information Literacy & Scholarly Communication.

Schedule for FALL 2017

Grant Writing:

3h/week for 5 weeks;
Tuesdays from September 19 - October 17, 2017
2:00 - 4:50PM
Room: Rutherford South, 205 A

Information Literacy & Scholarly Communication:

3h/week for 5 weeks;
Tuesdays from October 24 - November 28, 2017 (except November 14th, which falls during the Fall Term Reading Week
2:00 - 4:50PM
Room: Rutherford South, 205 A

 

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