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By: John F. Dovidio, Louis A. Penner & Terrance L. Albrecht

In: Writing Successful Grant Proposals from the Top Down and Bottom Up

Chapter 9: Writing a Grant Proposal for the National Science Foundation

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Writing a Grant Proposal for the National Science Foundation
Writing a grant proposal for the national science foundation
John F.Dovidio, Louis A.Penner and Terrance L.Albrecht

Obtaining external support for research has become increasingly important for faculty members over the past decade as institutions have faced significant economic challenges (Blumenstyk & Brainard, 2011). Grants have also become a marker of institutional prestige. Grants received by faculty members were used by the National Research Council as a criterion in its 2010 assessment of the more than 5,000 doctoral programs in 212 universities across the United States (The National Academies, 2010). The emphasis on faculty grants is likely to continue. Just a few years ago, many institutions expected new faculty to pursue outside funding; now many expect faculty to obtain ...

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