How to Speed Up Your Grant Writing to Win More Funding
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The Wayne State University School of Medicine Women in Medicine and Science (WIMS) welcomes all members of our community to join us for their upcoming webinar:
"How to Speed Up Your Grant Writing to Win More Funding"
It is painful to see all the federal and state grant money available, but realize you do not have the time to win any of it. Dr. Drew understands your frustration. Based on his experience of winning millions of dollars in government funding for colleges and universities, he has developed his innovative Lightning-Fast Grant Writing system. It is an easy-to-implement practice that will help you dramatically increase the speed, volume, and quality of your grant applications. Although he cannot share with you everything he knows about Lightning-Fast Grant Writing in a 30-minute presentation, he will provide you with the most important things to remember as you strengthen your skills. In this event, Dr. Drew will share his techniques for speeding up grant writing by systematically reducing the number of decisions you make in the grant writing process. In particular, he will share best practices for improving your grant writing habits, reducing wasteful unnecessary research, and leveraging the power of your team members. Dr. Drew will answer all your questions and concerns after the presentation.
John C. Drew Ph.D., is the president and CEO of Lightning Fast Grant Writing. He is an author, trainer, speaker, and consultant. Dr. Drew has raised over $54 million for non-profit organizations including colleges and universities. He is the founder of the International Grant Writers Association on LinkedIn and a member of the American Evaluation Association. Dr. Drew has taught at Cornell University, Hope International University, University of Oregon, and Williams College. Dr. Drew received the William Anderson Award from the American Political Science Association (APSA) for his pioneering work in the field of child welfare and child protective programs in the United States.