Scholarships Available for 2021 Summer Grant Writing Workshops

Are you interested in learning about or improving your grant winning skills? The Stetson Grants Office is offering a limited number of full scholarships to these 2021 Summer Grant Writing Workshops (normal cost is $500). Scholarships are available on a first-come, first-served basis. This is an 8-week grant writing program that will help you increase your skills to plan, write, illustrate, budget and submit a winning grant! For researchers at all skill levels.

Live online classes will be delivered on Wednesdays, June 2 – July 21, 2021. Registration is now open with an early bird rate if you register by April 15. The classes are offered by the University of South Florida, where these workshops have been offered for more than 15 years.

The workshops have attracted a range of research disciplines — faculty and student researchers. These workshops are ideal for those who want to develop or sharpen grant writing skills, whether that be a proposal to a foundation in your community, to a full proposal for a federal or international sponsor.

Attendees will have access to all program materials and receive a certificate upon completion. Instructor is Sandra Justice, CRA, associate director for USF Research & Innovation.

Email Carol Buckels, director of Grants, Sponsored Research & Strategic Initiatives for details: cbuckels@stetson.edu.

2020 Testimonials

This was an incredible opportunity to engage with faculty, researchers and
students across USF campuses. My favorite part was to
receive valuable peer feedback on each part of the project development.

I have taken a Summer Grant Writing Workshop three times over 16 years at USF.
I always learn something new to improve my proposals. There is so much to learn!

This was one of the most helpful courses that I have taken at USF
for not only learning more about and understanding resources available to
faculty and students interested in research, but was presented in a way that
takes that fear out of the grant writing process. I recommend every faculty
and doctorate student to take this course.

You had very knowledgeable presenters, well-organized slideshows, good
answers to questions, and a very friendly attitude.