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 recommended books on various elements of proposal development are available in the Merrill-Cazier Library:

  • Proposal Planning and Writing, Lynn E. Miner
  • Guide to Getting Arts Grants, Ellen Liberatori
  • Style: Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace, Joseph M. Williams
  • How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing, Paul J. Silvia
  • Envisioning Information, Edward R. Tufte
  • Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative, Edward R. Tufte