Guides, Tutorials, Language, Human subjects, Assessment
EPA Grant Writing Tutorial
EPA/Purdue University Grant-Writing Tutorial,
UM Proposal Writer's Guide U. Michigan
The Art of Grantsmanship by Jacob Kraicer
The Art of Writing Proposals: SSRC download Social Science Research Council
Grant Writing Information from Texas A&M University Office of Proposal Development
Do's and Don'ts of Proposal Writing
Grant Writing Tips from © Sylvie McGee/All For A Good Cause - 1995
Growing Your Business: A Guide to Grant Writing (Thanks Taylor!)
Top Twelve Grant Writing Tips
Basic Elements of Grant
NIAID Proposal Tutorial
NIH: Grant Writing Tips Sheets
NSF: A Guide for Proposal Writing
CFDA: Developing and Writing Grant Proposals
"Right your Writing" How to sharpen your writing and make your manuscripts more engaging. by Bob Grant. In The Scientist, vol. 23, no. 11, p.65.
Resources for Writing Artist's Statements
Grant Applications: 5 Mistakes Not to Make by Molly Sheridan (written for musicians, but good rules for everyone to follow)
Science Magazine Grant Writing for Tight
PhD2Published provides academic publishing advice for first-timers.
The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr.
Columbia Journalism Review's "Language Corner"
American Heritage® Book of English Usage
Common Errors in English by Paul Brians, WSU
Fifty Writing Tools by Roy Peter Clark (This is really for Journalists, but some of the tools will serve you well.)
Porter, Robert (2009). Can We Talk? Contacting Grant Program Officers. Research Management Review, Volume 17, Issue 1, Fall/Winter 2009.
The Kenyon College IRB (Institutional Review Board) oversees research proposals that deal with human subjects. You may encounter a granting organization that requires certain documentation and/or proof of training before funding a proposal that involves human subjects. Here are some "Human Subjects" pages and resources.
Institutional Review Board IRB Kenyon
Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects Code of Federal Regulations
Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP)
NSF on Human Subjects