Throughout the year, GGC hosts a variety of self-paced, online courses designed to assist graduate students with preparing proposals for different funding opportunities. Participation in these courses is voluntary, and the degree to which you engage in assignments is up to you. However, by fully engaging with the course material, participants are able to develop fairly complete drafts of proposals for their grant applications.
As course moderators rather than traditional “instructors,” GradGrants Center staff will comment on the work you submit, identifying areas of concern and helping you to learn more about putting together a competitive application. You get to decide what to do with the feedback we offer.
The GradGrants Center (GGC) "Introduction to Grant Proposal Writing Boot Camp" is an online, Canvas-based course that will help you develop and organize grant proposal essentials for current and future use. The boot camp includes weekly readings and assignments to guide you through the basic principles of grant writing and help you develop a basic draft of a proposal. By the end of the boot camp, participants will have a proposal with the fundamental components of most grants.
The GradGrants Center (GGC) Fulbright U.S. Student Program Bootcamp is an online, Canvas-based course that will help you develop a complete Fulbright proposal for both types of awards: Open Study/Research and English Teaching Assistant. The Bootcamp includes weekly readings and assignments to guide you through the application process. The course objective is to help you draft your materials early; Fulbright polls show that successful applicants spend a minimum of two months on their applications.
This online course will guide participants through the process of developing and submitting an application for the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship. Fulbright-Hays annually funds doctoral candidates to engage in full-time dissertation research abroad in modern foreign languages and area studies. Our course is organized into a series of lessons and assignments that divide components of the application into manageable sections.
This self-paced, online course will guide you through the process of developing and applying for the Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Innovation Fellowship (DIF). Mellon/ACLS DIF funds graduate students in the humanities and social sciences who are at the formative stage of dissertation development. The course is organized into a series of lessons and assignments that divide components of the application into manageable weekly work.