Proposal Development Services
Editorial and Writing Assistance
This can be either a simple grammatical review or a more complex review for style, grantsmanship, and cohesiveness. IIT faculty may follow these instructions to obtain a copy of a funded IIT proposal.
This is the most read part of the proposal, so it must be well written. Tips for the executive summary.
Integrating the sponsor’s “goal language” into your narrative
This is done by thoroughly reviewing the solicitation/program announcement for the proposal you are preparing, and then suggesting ways to integrate the sponsor’s language into your own. The intent is to ensure that your narrative and abstract fully address the specifics and requirements of the program the sponsor is trying to fund.
Resubmitting Rejected Proposals
Addressing reviewers' comments in your revised proposal. You can also get assistance with revising a proposal that has been submitted to one sponsor so that it will be well-received by a second or even a third sponsor.
Often a proposal must include certain "template" information so that the sponsor has sufficient information about IIT. These may be found on the OSRP site under specific institutional instructions.
Fund Searching Workshop
Crafting a Strong Research Proposal Workshop