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Grant Writing

Fri, 05/22/2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am
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The prospect of writing your first big grant proposal can be daunting. Take some of the anxiety out of the process by participating in this Grant Writing workshop. In this interactive workshop, we will break down the process of writing a successful grant proposal into a series of manageable steps,including:

 ·      refining your research subject

·      understanding the funding organization’s perspective

·      organizing your proposal, one section at a time, and

·      tailoring your writing for the target audience.

Instructor:  Andrea Ross has served as a lecturer in the UWP since 2017and specializes in business writing, environmental writing, and multimodal literacies. She has worked as a grant writer for California Poets in the Schools, the Cache Creek Nature Preserve, Common Earth Wilderness Education for Women, and she is currently the grant writing coordinator for Davis High Madrigal Choir. She has twenty years of experience teaching writing and rhetoric at institutions of higher education, and five years running a small business, which provide her with a wide-ranging background in writing across the curriculum.

Sponsored by the University Writing Program: Writing Across the Curriculum Program and the GradPathways Institute for Professional Development.