At its March 2022 meeting, the OVEC Board of Directors approved a contract with Jason Adkins to succeed Dr. Mooneyhan on October 1.
Four librarians share their tips and methods for researching, writing and apply for grants have been well-rewarded.
The Grant Training Center will host a professional grant development workshop Aug. 21-22 at the University of Louisville. The workshop is designed for those who want to strengthen their grant writing skills and for beginners who want to acquire proven techniques of preparing and writing winning proposals. Participants will learn how to: navigate the world of grant procurement; research and [...]
The Grant Training Center is offering workshops on writing proposals for National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants March 27-28 at the University of Louisville. “Writing/Designing NSF Proposals” on March 27 and “Writing/Designing NIH Proposals” on March 28 are designed to help participants transform their ideas into fundable grants. The overall strategic plan for writing grants [...]
The Grant Training Center will host a professional grant development workshops July 21-22 at the University of Louisville Shelby Campus. The workshops are designed for those who want to strengthen their grant-writing skills and for beginners who want to acquire proven techniques of preparing and writing winning proposals. Participants will design an abstract, grant design and budget for their next [...]
The University of Louisville will host a grant writing certificate program targeted to beginner or intermediate grants professionals working in education or for a nonprofit organization July 27-29 at its Shelby Campus in Louisville. “Grant Writing Certificate: Application Development and Funding,” led by Jefferson County Public Schools Director of Resource Development Rebecca Crump, will help participants develop the skills to [...]
The American Printing House for the Blind and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grants workshop Nov. 19-20 in Louisville. This training is for grant-seekers across all disciplines, including educators. Participants will learn how to find grants and write winning grant proposals. Tuition is $455, and advance registration is required. Click here for more information.
Mason County Middle School teacher Brian McDowell took learning on the page and turned it into a real-life experience.
The Professional Grant Development Workshop will be June 26-28 at the University of Louisville. Participants can learn how to master the techniques of writing superior and winning proposals. This intensive three-day grant proposal workshop is geared for those who wish to strengthen their grant writing skills and for beginners who wish to acquire and master the techniques of preparing, writing [...]