Guide for Writing a Funding Proposal

On-line guide for academics

With time being a precious commodity and the pressures of producing a successful funding proposal, you may want a guide and framework for what good can look like.

In a much cited, useful resource S. Joseph Levine, Ph.D. (levine@msue.msu.edu ), Department of Agricultural and Extension Education Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan has produced and maintained a Guide for Writing Funding Proposals that covers a structured approach to funding proposal writing. He includes examples for you and links to other resources including books and other papers on the subject.

Click here to see the guide.

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