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Grant Writing: Home

This guide has been created to help those interested, at Lincoln University of Missouri, in writing grants .

Purpose

The purpose of this guide is to provide a central location for resource and information related to grants and grant writing for the Lincoln University of Missouri Community.

Lincoln University's Office of Sponsored Research and Grants

Address:

203 Young Hall

802 Chestnut Street

Jefferson City, MO 65101

573-681-5245

 

Dr. Tiffany Nolan

Director of Grants & Sponsored Research

Title III Programs

203C Young Hall

573-681-5582

Fax: 681-5570

nolant@lincolnu.edu

 

Website: https://www.lincolnu.edu/web/osrg 

 

 

Getting Started

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The following links lead to articles and websources about the process of starting out on one's grant writing journey. One article points out that grant writers don't write grants, they write proposals and that it's not as scary as it sounds. Another link drops one right into the knowledgebase of grantspace.org. Grantspace offers both free and paid courses on writing proposals and grants. Another link walks through the grant proposal writing process. And, of course, there is more.