Grant Writing Success Strategies

It was my pleasure to present at ASU’s Faculty Women’s Association (FWA) annual grants workshop on Wednesday, December 11, 2013. This event is co-sponsored by OKED, the research arm of the university.

Over 100 attendees listened to me share my experience with academic proposals. This year, there were two break out sections: Humanities & Social Sciences and Sciences & Engineering. The majority of my experience is with sciences and engineering, so I listened to the humanities and social sciences session. I was inspired by the panelists: Joni Adamson (Professor, English and Environmental Humanities), Kimberly Scott (Director, CompuGirls), and Mark Lussier (Chair, Department of English).

Download the presentation: FWA presentation_Dec 2013.

The recording will be available soon. For more information on OKED sponsored events, please review our research forums here.

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About Faye Farmer

As Associate Director of the Research Strategy Group, Faye contributes to the development of high impact, high dollar trans-disciplinary, intra/inter-university proposals and other collaborative research opportunities in support of ASU’s mission. Faye is a results driven performer. She received her B.S. from the University of Arizona in Plant Sciences and her M.S. from Arizona State University in Plant Biology. She has over five years experience in proposal management, technical editing, and writing. Her previous experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in Southern Africa, a laboratory technician, and educator, round out a skill set that emphasizes collaboration, clarity, and alacrity. She is an active member of the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP), the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP), the Association for Women in Science (AWIS), and Friends of Lesotho.

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