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Title: Introduction to Grant Writing at Meredith College or Innovative Grants 101


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Introduction to Grant Writing at Meredith College
or Innovative Grants 101
2
Objectives
  • Faculty and staff will be able to
  • 1. locate the new Meredith Sponsored Programs
    Web pages and will be aware of the major
    categories of information provided in the
    webpages as well as the limitations of the
    webpages

3
  • 2. locate and read the Meredith Grants Procedures
    Manual found on the Sponsored Programs webpages
  • 3. locate the appropriate Meredith Grant Forms
    necessary to initiate a grant request
  • 4. identify general sources of grant funding to
    help formulate project ideas

4
  • 5. identify the trends that are occurring in
    grantsmanship
  • 6. identify the merits of collaborating
  • 7. identify one or more projects that have the
    potential of being funded
  • 8. identify the components of a well written
    grant

5
  • 9. locate the webpages with links that will help
    with the preparation of grant writing
  • 10. begin to develop a project into a grant by
    writing a justifiable need statement
  • 11. develop a page of references (at least 5
    that have been published within the past two
    years) that support your need statement

6
  • To locate Sponsored Program webpages Select
    www.meredith.edu/enews
  • On the green bar at the top of the screen, select
    Faculty Staff
  • Under Faculty Information select Sponsored
    Programs

7
Major Categories
  • Recent RFP Announcements
  • Forms
  • Funding Sources
  • Procedures
  • Guide to Preparing a Proposal
  • Recent Awards
  • Information and Trends

8
  • Sample Abstracts
  • AAVP Report
  • Searchable databases
  • Contact Sponsored Programs
  • Other useful Links

9
Mission Once a faculty member has developed a
concept or project, the Director of Sponsored
Programs will be able to assist the faculty
member in grant acquisition by
  • seeking granting agencies that would support such
    project
  • informing faculty of due dates and deadlines

10
  • assisting faculty in grant application and
    requirement interpretation
  • preparing the grant section that addresses
    institutional information
  • editing grant application
  • being a source for grant writing tips
  • providing grant guides and forms to facilitate
    communication on campus

11
  • maintaining a faculty grants website
  • supervising grants administration (reporting,
    compliance, budget management)
  • coordinating efforts between Faculty and
    Institutional Advancement

12
  • 2. locate and read the Meredith Grants Procedures
    Manual found on the Sponsored Programs webpages

13
  • 3. locate the appropriate Meredith Grant Forms
    necessary to initiate a grant request

14
  • 4. identify general sources of grant funding to
    help formulate project ideas

15
Sponsored Programs WebPage
  • Select Searchable databases
  • Select the Foundation Center
  • Select searchzone on the bottom left
  • Go to PND RFP Search
  • Enter search term

16
Sponsored Programs WebPage
  • Select Funding Sources
  • Select Grants

17
  • 5. identify the trends that are occurring in
    grantsmanship

18
Trends
  • Collaborate with faculty and staff on campus and
    on other campus
  • Form networks through conferences and emails
  • Use existing college funds to start small
    innovative project. Request external support for
    expansion and continuation.

19
Trends
  • Request support from multiple funders for
    different components of project or different
    stages of project.
  • Package several related projects in one large
    grant proposal.
  • Use themes to your advantage when working on a
    project.

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Themes
  • Social Equity Grants our world our
    responsibility
  • We the People Grants largest womens college in
    SE, women colleges in the US, first European
    women born in the US, documentation of history in
    NC

21
Themes
  • Math and Science Behind the Lives of NC Women
    website
  • Women and Technology Innovative uses of PDAs

22
  • 6. identify the merits of collaborating
  • division of workload
  • multiple ideas
  • multiple perspectives
  • multiple benefits of project
  • stronger grant proposal

23
  • 7. identify one or more projects that have the
    potential of being funded

24
  • 8. identify the components of a well written grant

25
  • 8. identify the components of a well written
    grant
  • Need Statement
  • Goal Objectives
  • Methods
  • Evaluation
  • Sustainability strategies
  • Budget
  • Background or applicant description

26
  • 9. locate the webpages with links that will help
    with the preparation of grant writing

27
  • 10. begin to develop a project into a grant by
    writing a justifiable need statement

28
  • (Homework for next week)
  • 11. develop a page of references (at least 5
    that have been published within the past two
    years) that support your need statement
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