In part one of this series, we highlighted five of our past blog articles that we felt would be excellent resources when developing grant applications. In this article, the final article in a two-part series, we feature five more past blog articles that also can be excellent resources to refer to.
Do you remember ever reading a document to find yourself struggling to keep up with its complex language? Now imagine a proposal reviewer eyeing a thick stack of documents and a cooling coffee mug in the late afternoon. What is going to appeal to that reviewer?
Nearly every grant application requires a summary or abstract of some sort, and it is often the first thing a review committee will see. So it is vital that the summary or abstract be very strong, as it will set the tone of your application and may even determine whether or not reviewers will continue through the rest of your application. Here are some tips to help you write a powerful grant summary or grant abstract.