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Download your report: “8 Concepts Every Grant Writer Must Master For a Successful Proposal“. By Dr. Morgan Giddings PhD

I created this report to help out my colleagues and friends, people like you who are struggling in this current grant funding environment. The precipitous decline in funding that started several years ago has not abated, but many faculty jobs are still tied to grant funding brought in. It’s brutal out there.

This report gives you some key insights into how to do better with your grants. Insights which many people are not even aware of.  Although I wrote this some time ago, the content is STILL as timely and effective as ever!

Over the next few weeks, I’ll send you some more information about writing funded grants, and how to move forward on this journey of becoming a successful faculty. If at any time you do not find these resources helpful, please click the Unsubscribe Link, which is located at the bottom of every email.

I hope you enjoy this…



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2 thoughts

  1. I have been writing grants for a while, but never got constructive (if any) feedback from my supervisors to really make them soar. Years later, I learned critical elements that were never disclosed that were wrapped up in the wrong approach that we were being taught in school. You cannot imagine my anger at that point. But I learned to forgive and try again. Now I really need to make this time and effort pay in these hard times of underemployment. I am counting on your resource to help me nail much-needed grants.

    1. I’m sorry to hear you felt deceived. Unfortunately, many of the techniques used in writing for school are counter to the techniques used in writing proposals. Please take advantage of the free resources available here, and if you want to go in depth, check out our courses and trainings.

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