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Mistakes That Grant Proposers Make
Mistakes that grant proposers make
Robert W.Levenson

The moment has arrived. Your grant proposal is up for discussion. The buzzing in the room lessens and the committee becomes silent as the reviewers begin to speak. Each is clearly awestruck by your brilliance. There really is no score high enough to reflect the quality of the research you have proposed. Funding is not in question, only whether the review committee is free to recommend more than you actually requested …

The alarm clock rings harshly and you wake up to face the realities of another day of working on your grant proposal.

Writing grant proposals has become a ubiquitous part of academic life. Beginning prior to graduate school with fellowship applications, continuing during the predoctoral ...

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