Grant-Writing COURSE May 14- Aug 5, links & tips via Kathleen Gradel, SUNY Fredonia & creator of “Grant Writing: If you write it, they will fund!” online course

Grants and Proposals

May 14 – August 5, 2024   REGISTER

Online Course  (asynchronous via Brightspace)

Scholarships available through SUNY Research Foundation.

This virtual workshop outlines the components of a successful proposal and the steps to get there. Learn how to improve your chances of getting funded through fund sourcing, proper planning and organization, concise writing, collaboration, and proposal submission. From the comfort of your home or office participate in learning activities, independent grant writing work, and online discussions.

What you will learn:  

  • Define the types of funding/potential funding sources
  • Connect to local grant seeking/application resources and entities on our own campus
  • Identify the relevance of project collaborators, while respecting ethical authoring
  • Develop proposal sections
  • Identify steps needed for proposal submission
  • Personalize the grant seeking/application process for your own interests/disciplines

Who should take this course?

Faculty and project staff, grants administration staff, postdoctoral scholars, graduate students, grant writers.

More information and registration:

Reach out to your Campus CPD Points contact Kate Bohan to use campus points to pay for this program (if you do not win the scholarship – try that first!). 

Questions?  Email


A brief blog post: The Most Important Advice to New Grant Writers (

This complementary blog post: Five Lethal Research Grant Flaws (Harris, 2015); also accessible @

One hour long training video:  Tony Coehlo’s Formula for Grant Success video, also accessible @