This website is designed for graduate students who want to learn how to write competitive grant or fellowship proposals, where to locate external funding sources, how to make sense of grant and fellowship application guidelines, how to learn from their faculty mentors about finding and becoming more competitive for grant and fellowship support.
October 2, 2010: Grant & Fellowship Workshop for Graduate Students 9:00am-11:30am, Buttrick Hall
In this workshop, Vanderbilt University’s active grant recipients will discuss conceptualizing the project, composing convincing budgets, and securing necessary approval. Three concurrent sessions will address grant proposal writing from inception to completion. This workshop will help graduate students better understand the timeline of the grant writing process and encourage them to get writing now for their 2010-11 deadlines. In addition, the Wriitng Studio will faciliate two concurrent sessions, one for targeted revision of quantitative grant applications, and one for qualitative grant applications. shop.
Registration: Please click here to register for this workshop.
October 22, 2010: Grant Review Workshop for Graduate Students 4:00pm-7:00pm, Featheringill Hall
This "Fundable Friday" workshop is for Ph.D. students who are working on a grant or fellowship with a fall 2010 deadline. At this event, experienced faculty grant reviewers will work with small, discipline-specific groups to refine students' applications. .
Registration: Click here to register for this workshop.
Vanderbilt University. 2201 West End Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37240 615.322.7630
For more information, please contact
Gretchen Susan Selcke