The USF Summer Grant Writing Workshops walks participants through the proposal development process; beginning with identifying the right grant opportunity, and progressing to Mock Peer Review. New this year, grant strategies to rapidly respond to funding opportunities with short turnaround times.

Registration is free. Registered participants will receive an email confirmation, followed by Calendar invite with the TEAMS link for the workshops.

The USF Summer Grant Writing Workshops participants will:

  • Receive the Monday Message with relevant RFPs and presentation
  • Participate in a forward moving trajectory of grant writing workshops
  • Access templates and sample proposals in the Research Tool Kit
  • Invited to participate in virtual Grant Writing Labs   

2020 Summer Grant Writing Workshop Series Schedule. 

To accommodate teaching schedules, workshops are provided twice each week. The content will be the same on Mondays/Tuesdays.

Monday mornings – 10 a.m. – Noon
Tuesday afternoons – 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

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June 8-9, 2020 Funding Strategy and Sponsors
June 15-16 eRA and Research Systems
June 22-23 Research Compliance
June 29-30 Research Methods, Tools & Tactics
July 6-7 Collaboration, Communication & Planning
July 13-14 Proposal Assembly & Submission Process
July 20-21 Mock Peer Review
July 27-28 Peer Review Feedback

Feedback from last year’s participants:

  • Great presentations! Lots of humor and clarity. The information is comprehensive and very helpful.
  • It is always important for faculty to both learn and refresh their knowledge about grants, as the information changes.
  • I've learned a lot about grant writing … the workshops kept me motivated to stay on top of grant writing this summer.
  • Because of these workshops, I feel motivated and more confident about seeking external grants.
  • The presentations were very thorough and concise. The information in presentations was very well prepared/organized, and delivery was also engaging and understandable.

For more information, please email Research@sar.usf.edu

 Go Bulls!

Toolkit