We at Paper-Due-Now.com make sure that you have all the necessary resources for your grant writing. These resources will help you write a good grant proposal with no extra effort.
Grant Resources Collection
Students can visit the Memorial Library to get a lot of information that will be useful at every stage of the grant writing process. There is a librarian who is specialized in maintaining and distributing grant information. You can also visit their website that also contains many sources for both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as links to various databases. There is also a range of sources for those who are looking for nonprofit grants.
You can visit this page to learn from workshops dedicated to grant proposal writing. There are lots of information about graduate and undergraduate education grants.
On the Memorial Library website, you can find references to online resources and books that will help you get proven and relevant information on grant writing. However, we also made a list of the best texts that deserve your particular attention, and you can check it out below.
Here are some books that our experts consider especially useful when writing a grant proposal.
General Information on Grant Proposals
- Mary Hall and Susan Howlett, Getting Funded: The Complete Guide to Writing Grant Proposals
You can use it as a textbook. This book has a lot of information about grant proposal writing. Hall and Howlett give actionable advice and teach you secrets of grant writing in various contexts.
Grants for Nonprofits and Organizations
- Martin Teitel, “Thank You for Submitting Your Proposal”: A Foundation Director Reveals What Happens Next
Teitel has been working with funding agencies for many years. In this book, he explains what a successful proposal looks like. We recommend that you read chapter 4 for insights into proposal writing.
- Waddy Thompson, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Grant Writing
This book has many tips, insights, and strategies for those who are working on grant proposals. We recommend that you read part 5 and also check out appendices C-F to see examples of various proposals.
- Soraya M. Coley and Cynthia A. Scheinberg, Proposal Writing
This is a quick guide to proposal writing that will provide you with crucial information.
Grants for Educational Development
- Kenneth T. Henson, Grant Writing in Higher Education: A Step-by-Step Guide
Henson provides tips on grant writing of all kinds. However, this book will be especially useful for educators and those who need funding for their scholarly projects.
- Gerard M. Crawley and Eoin O’Sullivan, The Grant Writer’s Handbook: How to Write a Research Proposal and Succeed
This resource will be especially appreciated by academic researchers and graduate students who study engineering, social sciences, medicine, and economics. Chapters 4 and 5 are devoted to proposal writing.
- Lisa Patrick Bentley, “Grant-Writing Tips for Graduate Students.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 11 Nov. 2000
This article provides general information on grant writing and the results of a survey with almost 200 participants. You can learn from the experiences of graduate students who succeeded or failed to receive National Science Foundation grants.