Senior Project Advisor
Grant writing, Practical writing
Grant writing is deceptively complex. On the surface it seems to be a purely technical exercise—one that invites dismissal from academia because of its business-like nature. Consequently, most writing on granting takes a very practical, “how to” approach that seeks to guide a new grant writer through the process of making an application. I intend to argue that this approach is insufficient to understanding the complexities of grant writing as a field. The fact that granting has not gained footing in the fields of academic research is problematic and unreflective of the deep complexities functioning within the genre.
Seabury, Kate, "The Complicated Art Of Successful Grant-Writing" (2005). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 282.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Proposal writing for grants
student projects; term papers
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