Webinars & Podcast

Resources from Hanover Research
This year we are partnering with Hanover Research as we continue to strengthen our grantmaking capacities across campus. The Career Collective is excited to support opportunities for all faculty and staff to expand their grantwriting skills as we celebrate, support, and make visible your good work. 

Scroll to the bottom of this page to watch recorded versions of previous webinars. 

Identifying the Funding Landscape for Your Grant Project
Wednesday September 22, 1:30-2:30 pm

This session will focus on the art of prospecting opportunities that align with your interest areas and project concepts. We will include an overview of funding entities and their grant-making programs, and discuss the different resources available to find opportunities. 

We'll record and share the session for those unable to attend synchronously. 

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writing a competitive proposal

Essentials of Competitive Proposal Writing
Tuesday October 26, 1:00-2:00

An overview of how grantmaking works, what types of entities award funding and for what types of projects, information on effective proposal development practices, and guidance for developing common grant applicant requirements and components.

We'll record and share the session for those unable to attend synchronously. 

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logic model

The Logic Behind Logic Models
Thursday January 27, 12:30-1:30

Competitive grant proposals require compelling ideas and strong project design. Logic models are a useful tool for framing the design (and are often a funder requirement). In this session we'll explore the components of a logic model, and practice developing one. 

We'll record and share the session for those unable to attend synchronously.
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budget narrative

Developing a Budget and Budget Narrative
Monday February 21, 1:00-2:00

Proposal budgeting can be tricky. This training will provide an overview of what funders expect to see in a proposal budget, how to calculate realistic budget numbers, what challenges to consider, and what fatal flaws to avoid.

We'll record and share the session for those unable to attend synchronously. 

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PREVIOUS WEBINARS: available on demand

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Good vs. Fundable Proposals

This session provided a close look at how a good idea might be turned into a fundable opportunity. Topics covered include an overview of project design principles, best practices for achieving alignment with funders' interests, and guidance on how to reach out to program officers. 


the grant rant podcast

featuring Mallory Waters and Katy Bristow from Hanover Research.
Listen on Apple Podcasts.
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