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The Basics of Proposal Writing An Introduction to Writing a Successful Grant Application.

The Basics of Proposal Writing An Introduction to Writing a Successful Grant Application Introductory Comments: Is it about the money? Yes and No Why write a grant proposal?  Can you afford to support the projects that interest you from your own or your institution’s resources? Ultimately successful grant seeking must be driven by your professional goals, the quality of the research or project, the institution’s mission/


AFG Enterprise Proposal Writing Tips Spring 2006 Semester02/22/2006.

work do I want to get paid to do? –What are the goals of the project? What do I need to do to meet the above project goals? –What will be the results or outcomes of the project? –How long will it take to do the project? Proposal Writing Step 2: Find Funding Source –Look for foundation centers Rockefeller Brothers Fund – Wind Team 3M Foundation – JMK/


CAREER Program Development George Hazelrigg Jan Twomey ZJ Pei Jian Cao Ken Chong 2007 CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop University of Hawaii, Hilo March.

path—your lifelong research goals—and then identify milestones toward your goals Detail the first one or two as the research projects for your CAREER proposal CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop Your CAREER Research Path Lifelong research goals –Don’t end with a single project –May never end –Have broad application Examples: –To improve our ability to make engineering decisions under uncertainty and risk –To perform/


CAREER Program Development

viable research plan State your research objective up front in your proposal Frame your project around the work of others 12 Steps to a Better Proposal Grammar and spelling count Format and brevity are important Know the review process Proof read the proposal before you submit it Submit your proposal on time Writing a good proposal takes common sense and effort—it’s not magic Questions It/


March 31, 2006Thesis project proposal by Kalli Benetos project proposal for A computer-supported authoring tool for argumentative writing Kalli Benetos.

2.Through the use of a computer-supported authoring tool that offers structural and cognitive aid, novices will learn to recognize the component of the schema inherent to argumentative writing. March 31, 2006Thesis project proposal by Kalli Benetos evaluation process Methodology 1. test tool with teachers and 1-2 of their students choose between 2 or 3 topics (so that students are interested/


CLEAR WRITING, SUCCESSFUL PROPOSALS February 8, 2011 Dr. Daniel Reardon The Missouri S&T Writing Center.

to course assignment (or RFP in the working world). Seek outside readers in your field (and among your peers) to look at the content of your project. Find and read successful models of proposals. Seek assistance at the Writing Center (from me, specifically) regarding writing-related issues. Ask questions if you have them. Give yourself plenty of time to re-read and revise your/


Contents 1. Learning Objectives 5. Grant Proposal Submission

that frames and rationalizes the issues you will approach in your study. Include underlined statements of gaps in the current knowledge. Explain how the proposed project will improve scientific knowledge, technical capacity, and clinical practice. Writing a Research Proposal Research proposal structure: Research strategy 2. Innovation Explain how the application challenges and seeks to shift current research or practice standards. Describe any novel concepts, approaches/


Community Capacity Building Program Proposal Writing.

priority Demonstrate need for financial assistance Be economically viable Have stakeholder support Be consistent with development strategies Course Context Strategic Planning Proposal Writing Project Management Linkages to Strategic Planning Good proposal writing is absolutely essential for ny not-for- profit organization to fulfil its mandate Proposals are developed to address a strategic need identified by the organization or to solve a problem. The goals of good/


FISH 521 Research Proposal Writing

Links and documents Textbooks Links for submission (Catalyst) Proposals Reviews Textbooks Friedland & Folt (2000) Zeiger (2000) Williams (2006) Writing Successful Science Proposals $ 16 (Amazon) Used for lectures Zeiger (2000) Essentials of Writing Biomedical Research Papers $ 46.71 (Amazon) Williams (2006) Style: Lessons in Clarity and Grace $ 39.60 (Amazon) Introductions Name Advisor Project idea Expectations Project proposal available Project idea General framework / question System studied Methodology/


Grant Writing 101 “ There is no grantsmanship that will turn a bad idea into a good one, but there are many ways to disguise a good idea.” - Norm Braverman,

a verb. Arrange them in priority order. In a research proposal the objectives are the hypotheses, they are less specific, but reinforce that the project is conceptually sound. Is this an Objective? If our goal/Writing Goals and Objectives Methodology: The “How Methodology: The “How” Plan of Action, Project Design, or Methodology Usually, this is the area allotted the most points. Often poorly written or missing altogether. 2:5 proposals are turned down because the methodology is unsound. Methodology, Project/


Strategies for Writing a Winning NSF CAREER Proposal Suzanne Shontz Department of Mathematics and Statistics Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

three major tasks in each. Create a summary diagram (of the tree outlining your proposal) and use it in the Introduction to your proposal. Writing an NSF CAREER Proposal: Summary Diagram Title S1 T1T2T3 S2 T4T5T6 S3 T7T8T9 Writing an NSF CAREER Proposal: Proposal Outline (CISE/ACI Example) Project Summary: First paragraph: What do you propose to do (e.g., computation and application)? What is the state-of-the/


Grant Writing and Proposal Development: Experienced Investigators Savannah State University Brenda D. Hayes, MSW, MPH, DSW Research Assistant Prof., CHPM.

costs In-kind, Shared or matching costs Morehouse School of Medicine 20118 9 Write first Funding Second Morehouse School of Medicine 2011 10 Goals of the Organization Initial Project Idea Assessing Capability Assessing Need For the Idea Submitting the Proposal Planning Proposal Writing Writing the Proposal Identifying Alternative Approaches DEVELOPING THE IDEA MODEL FOR PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT Selecting Funding Source Gathering Necessary Data Building Support & Involvement This handout taken/


Administrative Policy Writing Spring 2012 Administrative Agencies and Government Writing.

. After the period of public comment, rules are codified in the Texas Administrative Code. Valid agency rules have the force of law. Administrative Policy Writing Spring 2012 Writing Project Public comments to proposed regulations are an essential part of federal and state governments. They act as one of the checks on the rule-making process, preventing a rogue agency from adopting irrational rules. /


Proposal Writing Workshop Developed by the: Saskatchewan Literacy Network Updated: January 2007.

, you will have most of the information you need. The Proposal Writing Process Identify an idea Develop the idea into a plan Research potential funders Identify funders that are a good fit with the project Contact potential funder Write the proposal Preparing to Write a Proposal Plan your project before you begin to write your proposal Plan time for writing your proposal Contact the potential funder early Read the application guidelines carefully/


The Basics of Proposal Writing An Introduction to Writing a Successful Grant Application.

The Basics of Proposal Writing An Introduction to Writing a Successful Grant Application Introductory Comments: Is it about the money? Yes and No Why write a grant proposal?  Can you afford to support the projects that interest you from your own or your organization’s resources? Ultimately successful grant seeking must be driven by your professional goals and/or the goals of your organization, the /


A Short Course on Scientific Writing The Craft of Scientific Writing by Michael Alley Prepared by Summer 2006 RET participants Advisor: Dr. Andreas Linninger.

) –Making the right choices –Creating the best designs Part IV– Writing (6 topics) –Correspondence –Proposals –Instructions –Preparing presentations –Format –Writing the paper Motivation: The Importance of Quality Scientific Writing For learning to occur, it is important to clearly communicate concepts Poor writing leads to useless and confusing documents Good writing is necessary to fund projects Good writing is a marketable and highly valued skill Chapter 1: Deciding Where/


Business Writing. Module One: Getting Started Writing is a key method of communication for most people, and it’s one that many people struggle with. This.

may request additional information like your business plan and financial statement. The scale/ scope of the project: Others are guided by how big the project is. Large projects require a more detailed proposal, while proposals for smaller tasks can be written using a more informal format. Writing the Proposal Targeted: On target means that you have carefully studied what the other party’s need is, and you/


Grant Writing Tips and Funding Sources Mike Easterwood Economic and Community Development Institute Auburn University (334) 844-4704

letter should create a favorable first impression and address any requested information (contact point, authorizations to apply, etc.)  Title page should be well laid out; title should describe project/intrigue the reviewer Writing Your Proposal (contd.)  Abstract is usually written last and read first; important section since some reviewers only look at abstract and budget. Should provide a clear, concise summary of the/


Grant Writing and Fund Development Grant Writing and Fund Development VOCAL AmeriCorps VOCAL AmeriCorps Friday - April 5, 2013 Friday - April 5, 2013 9:00.

-income, what is the median income of the community you proposed to serve. Proposal Writing Basics from The Grantmanship Center Proposals that fail to communicate effectively, jeopardize the support that might be granted to an otherwise excellent project. Competition is fierce. Poorly written proposals simply make it easy for the fund source to reject the request. Proposals that fail to communicate effectively, jeopardize the support that might/


TAMIU 4/17/07 Mike Cronan, Office of Proposal Development, Texas A&M 1 TAMIU Grant Writing Workshop Generic Strategies for Competitive Proposals Mike Cronan,

to clearly present everything the reviewers will need to read, understand, and evaluate the proposed research project; TAMIU 4/17/07 Mike Cronan, Office of Proposal Development, Texas A&M 119 Intrigue the Reviewers TAMIU 4/17/07 Mike Cronan, Office of Proposal Development, Texas A&M 120 Write for the reviewers Synthesize key concepts and articulate the links-- between the overarching goal and the/


PROPOSAL WRITING AND EVALUATION: Guidance for applicants and evaluators for Calls in Horizon2020 Sergey Mikhalovsky, Nazarbayev University, Astana

financial review and complementary skills training) (category F)  visits, secondments between contractors/partners for transfer of knowledge  collaboration with other funded projects in similar or complementary fields è additional skills (i.e. project management, drafting of project proposals, language courses, ethics, IPR, CV writing, job search, interview skills, etc). è consider wider disciplines and all potential research environments (academic/industrial). è “hands on” experience. → future employment/


Writing in/for the Sciences Kevin Brock Department of English Language and Literature University of South Carolina presentation materials available at:

Writing a)The Academic Introduction i.CARS in Action b) The Grant Proposal i.A Rhetorically Effective Grant Proposal 4.Conclusions 5.Further Reading 27 The Grant Proposal Understanding the grant proposal as a genre: What do grant proposals attempt to do? (Whats the point?) What do we understand about a given funding agency and its mission/purpose? How can we communicate the goal of our project/Effective Grant Proposal In the section of Wyatts proposal on the projects innovation(s): This proposal takes /


Workshop on Project Development by Sonny J. Cristobal GINTONG BINHI NCCA Institutional Promotion in the Regions.

for application: 8 NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON DRAMATIC ARTS 1. Production Development Program: Towards New Works (From writing to laboratory production/staging) Qualification of the Proponent: NCCA standard accreditation requirements; good track record Requirements for submission: 1. Regular requirements of NCCA (refer to proposal form); 2. full project proposal and detailed line-item budget; 3. first draft of stage play (1 act or full length/


11-29-06 Office of Proposal Development (http://opd.tamu.edu) 1 TAMU-C Grant Writing Workshop Presenter: Mike Cronan, PE (inactive) Director, Office of.

to clearly present everything the reviewers will need to read, understand, and evaluate the proposed research project; 11-29-06 Office of Proposal Development (http://opd.tamu.edu) 99 Intrigue the Reviewers 11-29-06 Office of Proposal Development (http://opd.tamu.edu) 100 Write for the reviewers Synthesize key concepts and articulate the links-- between the overarching goal and the specific objectives, between the/


Fundraising III: Writing Successful Proposals 6 th Annual Club MAC June 15, 2006 Carole V. Rylander, CFRE rylander associates 214.348.9086

Brief organizational history  Annual report  Board roster 32 Components of a Proposal  Appendices (cont.)  Financial information Balance sheet & revenue statement Annual organization budget Project/program budget Audited financial statement  IRS Letter of Determination 33 Components of a Proposal  Handouts:  Packaging the Grant Request  Essential Components of Program Planning and Proposal WritingProposal checklist 34 Good Proposal:  Above all else:  Must be written according to the guidelines/


So You Want to Write a Cyberinfrastructure Proposal Henry Neeman, University of Oklahoma Director, OU Supercomputing Center for Education & Research (OSCER)

institutions and non-degree-granting, but NOT of non-PhD-granting degree-granting institutions. 30% of total project budget (NSF pays 70%) Write a CI Proposal ACI-REF Virt Res 2015, Thu June 4 2015 Institutional Commitment Not the same as cost share. Not/ be confirmed in a letter of commitment from someone who has the authority to commit. MAY appear in the project description. Write a CI Proposal ACI-REF Virt Res 2015, Thu June 4 2015 CC: Cyberinfrastructure Plan Description of campus network: detail is /


Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Writing Successful NIH Research, Fellowship, and Career Development Applications: A slightly different.

is VERY important Convince them you know what your are doing and you can conduct the research you propose Writing for different types of reviewers The expert, someone who knows as much, or more, about the topic/success? Are the institutional support, equipment and other physical resources available to the investigators adequate for the project proposed? Will the project benefit from unique features of the scientific environment, subject populations, or collaborative arrangements? New Review Template /


The Grant Writing Process Diane Cruze Coordinator, Resource Development Jefferson County Public Schools October 30, 2012 1.

promising as some of the competing applicants. 5. THERE ARE NO PLANS FOR CONTINUATION OF THE PROJECT AFTER THE GRANT HAS ENDED. 61 Learning More: Grant Writing Advice and Resources  Foundation Center Free Online Proposal Writing Short Course- http://foundationcenter.org/getstarted/tut orials/shortcourse/index.html  Grant Proposal.com  Grant Wrangler.com  Grants 62 63 Cooperative Collection of The Foundation Center Free public access/


Grant Writing Workshop December 8, 2006. RCDC/OPC Fall Seminar Series 9/15/06 Research Resource Open House – ~30 participating groups 10/3/06 Communicating.

write Investigator Qualifications Institutional Commitment Resources Your Future Goals Be sure you understand these and have evidence to support each of them. In most cases, these issues are as important as the research plan for first grants and should be addressed in the appropriate part of the application. The basic principles of grantsmanship apply: What is the project proposed/? Why is it important? –Make it clear that you’re proposing what should be done, not/


Proposals Lecture 29 In this lecture you will learn The variety of proposals - Writing situations Proposal readers are investors The questions readers.

also calculating the savings that will result from your project. In this lecture you learnt –When readers define the problem for you –When readers provide a general statement of purpose –When you must define the problem yourself –Objectives –Product –Method –Resources –Schedule –Management –Costs The variety of proposals - Writing situations Proposal readers are investors The questions readers ask most often Strategy of the conventional/


C ONNECTING E VIDENCE TO A C LAIM : A M INI -U NIT ON A RGUMENTATION Jean Wolph June 2014 Revised May 2015 Jean Wolph, Louisville Writing Project, for.

we could enjoy a healthier option, the Egg McMuffin. Illustrating Jean Wolph, Louisville Writing Project, for NWP CRWP funded by the Department of Education Source: First Lady Proposes Ban on Junk Food Marketing in Schools ADAPTED FROM AN ARTICLE BY MAGGIE FOX/ readers that we should change our school menu choices? Jean Wolph, Louisville Writing Project, for NWP CRWP funded by the Department of Education Source: First Lady Proposes Ban on Junk Food Marketing in Schools ADAPTED FROM AN ARTICLE BY MAGGIE /


Proposal Enhancement Strategies Russell Pimmel AASCU Workshop March 4, 2006.

single most important piece of advice you would give to a colleague writing a proposal Write it down with your original answer Write your answer as one simple sentence This is a continuing exercise Leave space for more answers Evaluation Project Evaluation Plan All projects require evaluation All proposal require an evaluation plan During the project, evaluation: Monitors progress toward goals Identifies problems At the end of the/


Technical Writing TECHNICAL WRITING is a broad term that encompasses a wide variety of documents in science, engineering, and the skilled trades. The.

problem is solved or more work is needed 7. Perform more studies 8. Analyze data 9. Write report Proposing a Project—The Idea The idea for a project comes from inspiration, research, observation, somebody’s comment—almost any place. Technical talks, conferences, and/project. Avoid acronyms that have negative connotations. Make it Brief # 2: The abstract This is the first (and could be the only) part of the proposal that a busy reviewer will see. The abstract should be a map of the rest of the proposal. Write/


Scientific Writing, HRP 214 Weekly Quiz. Scientific Writing, HRP 214 A. She doesn’t take compliments well. B. She doesn’t take complements well.

preliminary studies pertinent to the application 2.Establish the experience and competence of the investigator 3.Help reviewers assess the likelihood of success of the proposed project. Scientific Writing, HRP 214 NIH Grant Proposals Experimental Design and Methods Scientific Writing, HRP 214 Experimental Design and Methods Experimental Design and Methods Describe the research design and the procedures to be used to accomplish the specific aims/


How to write a winning bid Introduction to proposal writing using the PCM and Logical Framework approach.

prospects of success. That the amount of time spent interviewing, researching and writing up a proposal is proportionate to the potential value of the project. Give an indication of how long it takes to write a proposal Writing a winning bid As a guideline target cost of such interviews, plus the cost of writing up the proposal, should be between 5% and 10% of the expected value of/


Writing Your First Grant Sara Rockwell, PhD Professor, Therapeutic Radiology and Pharmacology Associate Dean for Scientific Affairs Yale School of Medicine.

Instructions) Explain the importance of the problem or critical barrier to progress in the field that the proposed project addresses. Explain how the proposed project will improve scientific knowledge, technical capability, and/or clinical practice in one or more broad fields. / Projects evolve while they are being written. Allow time to re-write when this happens 77 Who should read the final drafts? All collaborators must have an opportunity to read the proposal (ethical issue!) Anyone who is writing a/


The FP7 Inputs for building a project proposal AN INFORMATION POINT FOR FP7 IN PALESTINE: Training Seminar of experts Nicosia, Cyprus - 23-28 November.

Ideas) requests a commitment of the host institution to be sent together with the proposal. Preparation of project proposal Write the proposal Part A includes: A1 - Brief information about your proposal, with abstract A2 - Administrative information about people (scientists in charge) and organizations A3 - Financial information (estimated budget of the proposal) Preparation of project proposal Write the proposal Part A has to be completed online by each partner including coordinator. The/


Proposal Writing Strategies Barb Anderegg and Susan Burkett National Science Foundation Annual ASEE Conference June 18, 2006.

) Identify the single most important piece of advice you would give to a colleague writing a proposal Write it down with your original answer Evaluation Project Evaluation Plan All projects require evaluation All proposal require an evaluation plan During the project, evaluation: Monitors progress toward goals Identifies problems At the end of the project, evaluation: Tells you what you accomplished Provides data for you to use in telling/


Proposals and Getting Funded Michael Wysession Tessa Hill.

: Implementation Stage 3: Dissemination Plans for recruiting students and collaborators Writing Proposals Beginning Field Work or Setting Up Laboratory Conducting Research Initial Presentations Student Projects Formal Publications Web Sites Independent Studies Honors & M.S. Theses Ph.D. Dissertations New Research Ideas? Creating a Strategic Plan for Research What to do if not funded? Proposal writing (also see handout for tips) 1.No one single formula/


Physical & Biological Sciences 1 Karyn Moore, Grants Program Coordinator BSoE David States, Grant Writer, PBSci Grant Writing Basics and Keys to Successful.

a break, then re-read  Spell check! Physical & Biological Sciences 33 Proposal Writing Tips & Best Practices  Start early  Create a proposal production schedule (timeline)  Line up colleagues in advance to review drafts  Allow plenty of time to write the abstract (or project summary)  Understand the review process & review criteria Physical & Biological Sciences 34 Proposal Writing - Tips  Avoid platitudes: “getting the right information to the right place at/


1 Developing a Competitive Proposal ( An Interactive, Web-Based Workshop) Russell Pimmel Division of Undergraduate Education National Science Foundation.

Activity Reflection What is the most important advice that you would give to a colleague writing a CCLI proposal? Activity Guidelines: Allotted time is 1 min Write your ideas on your "Reflections” sheet No discussion 30 Project Goals & Expected Outcomes 31 Goals & Expected Outcomes Goals provide overarching statements of project intention What is your overall ambition? What do you hope to achieve? Expected outcomes identify/


Dr. Khaled Gharaibeh Grant holder of Tempus Project No. 511074 Yarmouk University 27/11/2011.

Dr. Khaled Gharaibeh Grant holder of Tempus Project No. 511074 Yarmouk University 27/11/2011 Contents  Project Summary  General Tips  Writing a Tempus project proposal as grant holder  Planning the Plan (The proposal)  Specific Tips on  E-Application  Budget  The Logical Framework Matrix  Further Advice Project Summary An Industry Oriented MSc. Program in Telecommunications Engineering- Towards and EU Approach Project Title MTE-EUAProject Acronym The Education, Audiovisual and Culture/


Overview of Grant Writing Techniques, Principles and Practices Friday Okonofua, MD, PhD, FAS University of Benin, Benin City Workshop on Grants Writing.

date Local funding sources for Health/Medical Projects TETFUND/NUC Local and International NGOs Private individuals and Local Foundations Government Agencies and Parastatals Alumni and related funding sources International Funding Sources Bilaterals: USAID, DFID, NORAD, SIDA, JICA, etc. Multi-laterals: WHO, UNICEF, UNESCO, UNIFEM, World Bank, EU, UNDP Foundations: Gates, Ford, Macarthur, Kellog, Packard, etc. Proposal writing resources website: www.niu.edu/ospwww/


Writing A Grant—From Start To Finish Workshop 1: So You Want To Write a Grant Proposal E ducational Resource Development & LCC Foundation October 13, 2015.

: Their interest areas Potential award amount Complexity of application process Timeline/deadline for submitting application Required LCC matching funds Post-award reportage So You Want To Write a Grant Proposal So You Want To Write a Grant Proposal Grant Project Planning: How do you start to develop your grant idea? Michigan Council of Foundations Common Grant Application Form Not all applications use this format, but/


Writing a More Effective Proposal Susan Burkett and Russell Pimmel CASEE Symposium and Annual Meeting October 19, 2005.

populations Collaborate Beta test Reflective Exercise (3) Identify the single most important piece of advice you would give to a colleague writing a CCLI proposal Write it down with your earlier answers Dissemination (Contributing to Knowledge Base & Building Community) Effective Dissemination Plans All CCLI projects need to contribute to: The STEM education knowledge base Building the STEM education community How can Prof X’s/


DE IDeAs 2016 Grant Writing Workshop. Panelists Thomas Buchanan Lynn Snyder-Mackler Tatyana Polenova Acknowledgements: Karen Hough, NIH P30 10333 Joe.

and funding opportunities. The Postdoctoral Affairs Office also regularly hosts career development seminars on topics such as grant writing, lab management, research ethics, networking and interviewing, and teaching, and it has staff experienced at /institutional support, equipment and other physical resources available to the investigators adequate for the project proposed? Will the project benefit from unique features of the scientific environment, subject populations, or collaborative arrangements?” /


DEVELOPING AND WRITING EFFECTIVE DOCUMENTS Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management Prepared by ICF International.

Identify the agency’s preferred alternative(s)  Briefly discuss alternatives that were eliminated  Let authors know about uncertainties  Anticipate other documents 162 Managing the Writing Process Prepare a Style Guide for Your Document  Project name  Project terminology  Project area, project site, proposed project, proposed action, no-action alternative  Standard terminology  Grammar, punctuation, usage conventions for your agency  Standard formatting  Handout 4, Style Sheet  Handout 5, ICBEMP/


 Grant – funding provided by a government, charitable foundation, non-profit agency to perform specified activities for the common good  Grant Proposal-a.

budget toolkit. Wiley, New York, 1998.  New, Cheryl Carter and James Aaron Quick. Grant winners toolkit: project management and evaluation. Wiley, New York, 2000.  New, Cheryl Carter and James Aaron Quick. How to write a grant proposal.Wiley, New York, 2003.  Orlich, Donald. Designing successful grant proposals. association for supervision and curriculum development, 1996.  Petersen, Susan Lee. The grantwriter’s internet companion. Corwin Press/


Preparing and Writing Research Proposals © C.P.P. Reid, Univ. Arizona M. Kleine, IUFRO- SPDC Update 2004.

. Reid, Univ. Arizona M. Kleine, IUFRO-SPDC Update 2004 Provide a solid and appropriate model for the writing of most research proposals © C.P.P. Reid, Univ. Arizona M. Kleine, IUFRO-SPDC Update 2004 Basic Components of a Research Proposal Summary/Abstract Statement of Problem or Need Project Description Budget (cont‘d on next slide) © C.P.P. Reid, Univ. Arizona M. Kleine, IUFRO/


How to Write a Research Proposal for IRG Dr. Jamil Khader Dean of Research Professor of English.

it interesting and tell a story Part I: Personal and Background Info Project title  Research Title must be reflective of its topic/ problem: Mini-abstract.  Concise and descriptive: Put most important words first.  Omit phrases such as “An investigation of... “  Catchy and informative.  Create the title last in the proposal writing process Other funding disclosure  Disclose all other financial support you have applied/


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