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CLASS NEH Grant Writing Workshop Program (Dec. 2020-Apr. 2021)

CLASS is offering a grant writing workshop program to support faculty as they write and revise their grant proposals for National Endowment for the Humanities fellowships. Organized by Julie Tolliver (MCL) and running December 2020 to April 2021, the program will provide a structured revision schedule and review experience with the NEH’s evaluation criteria.

Submit a short application to be considered for participation in the CLASS NEH Grant Writing Workshop Program

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Past Presentations

09.07.19 // Navigating Funding Databases

Time: 10:00AM

Presenter: Latricia Vaughns, Research Development Administrator

In this webinar, we explore the different databases available for grant funding searches. We explain everything from profile set-ups to saving searches.

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10.05.19 // Interpreting Federal Funding Opportunity Announcements

Time: 10:00am

Presenter: Latricia Vaughns, Research Development Administrator

Learn about the different types of federal funding opportunity announcements and how to better understand them.

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11.02.19 // Common Proposal Mistakes

Time: 10:00am

Presenter: Latricia Vaughns, Research Development Administrator

The purpose of this webinar is to explore the common mistakes made by applicants that cause their proposals to be declined along with learning best practices for strengthening your approach to proposal preparation.

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Effective Communication and the Grant Life Cycle

Date: April 27, 2018

In this webinar, we explore the different phases of the grant life cycle and the most effective ways to communicate throughout.

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Advancing Your Idea

In an effort to promote and assist in research development, CLASS is holding a brief presentation overviewing the phases of the proposal preparation process. The focus this session will be on recognizing an idea and outlining the steps leading up to proposal submission, with the goal of assisting researchers develop quality, well thought out proposals. This will kick off the first session of the “ Key Topics in Research Development” series. The presentation is open to faculty and graduate students.

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