**Registration for the 2020 Grant Writers' Boot Camp has been closed**
The Grant Writers’ Boot Camp is a two-day intensive session focusing on persuasive writing and peer review. The program covers the elements of a proposal and is designed around a seed funding request for proposal (RFP). Faculty with experience at funding agencies will explain what makes a wining proposal and how peer review works.
When and where is it?
The Grant Writers’ Boot Camp is scheduled for January 7 and 8, 2020 in 87-1600. Breakfast is available at 8:00 a.m. on both days and the program begins at 8:30.
Who is eligible?
The boot camp is open to faculty who are expected to conduct externally funded research. This is a basic program designed for people with limited experience writing proposals. A proposal in response to the Grant Writers’ Boot Camp Seed Funding RFP is required for participation.
How do I register?
Registration for the 2020 Boot Camp has been closed
How can I get the RFP?
The seed funding rfp is attached below.
What is the deadline for seed funding proposals?
Proposals will be due by December 2, 2019.
How do I submit a proposal?
Before you submit your proposal, please check the following:
- Your filename uses the convention [PI last name]_[College acronym]_GWBC20.pdf
- Your font is no smaller than 11 point.
- Your cover sheet, project narrative, additional documents, biosketch, and dean’s letter are included in a single pdf file. You may only upload one document.
- Your file size cannot exceed 2MB
Submissions for the 2020 Boot Camp has been closed
How do I submit a revised proposal?
Revised proposals will only be accepted if made between Jan. 8 and Jan. 14
Submissions can be made here: https://www.rit.edu/research/srs/node/1813
What about the awards?
A limited number of awards will be made after review. Awards will support a plan of work to improve the investigator’s competitiveness for external funding and will be for one year.