Event: Grant Development and Management Professional Course - HDFS 801
Receive 8 weeks of instruction by Dr. Elaine Johannes, Professor in Community Health & Extension Specialist (email@example.com). Interact with other students who are taking the course for credit. Complete a fundable proposal.
Introduces students to the grant development process and provides an overview of what happens after a grant is awarded. Topics include: identifying funding sources, generating fundable ideas, assessing needs, project planning, budget design, evaluation and project management.
- Establish Grant development basics.
- Identify sources of funding information.
- Examine the essential components of a proposal.
- Increase comfort with grant proposal writing.
- Explore best practices for program management.
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