Get help developing winning grant proposals with these resources.
Learn about the steps required for an application to proceed from planning and submission through to award and closeout. Drill down to learn more about each step in the process for guidance that can maximize your understanding of the grants process and help you submit a successful grant application.
Get started with your grant writing preparation using the training resources from the U-M Library.
This recorded webinar covers the steps to planning and writing a successful grant proposal. This presentation was given by Jill Jividen, PhD, Director of Research Development, OVPR in July 2020.
Academic Writing Club is a fee-based online resource that supports academic writing. Participants are placed into groups of similar academics, and have access to a site where they can log their daily writing goals, productivity, and engage in planning. For more details, please visit their website.
From the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (login required), this 3-part series will detail how to find and select funding sources, how to know what funding agencies really want, and how to write a successful NIH/NSF grant proposal.
Chapter from the book The Research Funding Guidebook: Getting It, Managing It, & Renewing It by Joanne B. Ries and Carol G. Leukefeld. This chapter is about investigators' behavioral and emotional responses to not being funded and suggests strategies that might help keep their research program on course.
Grant Services & Analysis serves several functions for the Medical School and Michigan Medicine, including:
- Review all proposals routed through eResearch Proposal Management (eRPM)(link is external)
- Provide pre- and post-award support
- Provide data for sections of the M-DASH(link is external) and M-STAT(link is external) systems
- Design and implement Research Development services that help faculty become successful in obtaining and maintaining extramural funding