Please contact Jerilyn Hansen at jerilyn.hansen@usu.edu to check-out any of the materials listed below (subject to availability):

  • Winning More Grants! Best Tactics for use on NIH Short Form (Principal Investigators Association) – CD
  • Writing Successful Proposals (Principal Investigators Association) – CD
  • The Grant Application Writer’s Workbook – Successful Proposals to Any Agency (Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops)
  • The Grant Application Writer’s Workbook – National Institutes of Health (Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops)
  • The Grant Application Writer’s Workbook – National Science Foundation – Fastlane (Grant Writer’s Seminars and Workshops)
  • Collaboration and Team Science: A Field Guide (National Institutes of Health) – can also be accessed electronically here. For a comprehensive list of collaborative funding mechanisms, see here.

The following workshop can be downloaded and/or viewed at any time – no need to check-out:

National Science Foundation CAREER webinar (links to PDF documents)

The following titles are available via e-book courtesy of the Merrill-Cazier Library. For e-book access, click on the linked book title.

The following titles are available in the Merrill-Cazier Library in print only. To view the library catalog record, click on the linked book title.

In addition to the selection of books above, be sure to check out the two following e-books:

  • New Faculty Guide to Competing for Research Funding
  • Strategies for Planning, Developing, and Writing Large Team Grants

These e-books are provided via an institutional license from Academic Research Funding Strategies. Information on how to access can be found here.

In addition to the selection of articles above, be sure to check out the many articles on grant writing available in Research Development & Grant Writing News. Access to this monthly newsletter is provided via an institutional license from Academic Research Funding Strategies. Information on current and back issues and how to access can be found here.