The Professional Development Committee is excited to announce a three-part workshop on grant writing this spring. These workshops are being developed and offered by experienced professionals Ann Hodges and Danielle Plumer, who have given a great deal of thought to the best way to prepare people to write grants that get funded.
Part one of the grant writing workshop series will be a one hour webinar, covering available sources of funding and basic information about grants, intended for those who are new to the enterprise.
· Title: Grants 101: Becoming a Grant-Ready Institution
· Date: April 22, 2014
Part two of the grant writing series is a three-hour in person workshop, covering grant planning and basic application information, intended for all audiences but especially people fairly new to grant writing.
· Title: Planning Fundable Grant Projects
· Date and Time: Wednesday, May 28, 2014, 8:30-12:30
Part three of the grant writing series is a three-hour, in person grant writing clinic, intended for experienced grant writers. Attendees will be asked to submit an application.
· Title: Grant writing Clinic
· Date and Time: Wednesday, May 28, 2014, 1:30-5:00
These last two in-person workshops will be offered on the Wednesday before the
Annual Meeting in New Orleans. More information and how to register will be
available on the Annual Meeting page. You may contact Professional Development Committee Chair Felicia
Williamson for more information at email@example.com.