How to read research grant proposals like an editor

How to read research grant proposals like an editor

How to read research grant proposals like an editor

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Event date: May 16, 2023

Event time: 14:00 - 15:00 CET

Location: Online via Zoom to be accessed via the EARMA website

Title: How to read research grant proposals like an editor 

 

Research grant proposals need to communicate their message clearly, efficiently, and persuasively. In this 60-minute webinar, a professional academic editor will share three of her favourite strategies for improving the written content in research grant proposals. These are strategies specific to research grants and backed by peer-reviewed evidence. By the end of this webinar, participants who work with grants will be better equipped to support researchers in developing compelling, well-written proposals--and will know as well when to bring in an editor to help.

 

Speaker Bio

 

Letitia Henville

Letitia Henville

Letitia Henville, PhD, is a fine-details person who enables others to express themselves clearly and concisely. Her job is to help scholars to articulate their skills, experiences, and plans to the right audience in the right genre. She writes the monthly academic writing advice column "Ask Dr. Editor" for University Affairs. While she has taught effective writing strategies to a range of audiences, in her consultations and editing, she focuses on grant applications, P&T dossiers and manuscripts for established researchers. Her websites are shortishard.com and writingwellishard.com.

 

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