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Re: Proposal courses texts Mary Watson 16 Nov 2001 11:04 EST

Re: Proposal courses texts Mary Watson 16 Nov 2001 11:04 EST

spanky

He's baaaaaccccccccckkk!   Good to have you!

I use

 Finding Funding:  Grantwriting and Project Management from Start
to Finish, Second Edition
 Rrnest W. Brewer, Charles M. Achilles, Jay R. Fuhriman
 Published by Corwin Press, Inc. A Sage Publications Company,
Thousand Oaks, CA.

I use lots of other stuff, too, including some online resources.  But this
book is sort of the spine for any course I teach.  it, still, has a lot of
science related proposal stuff but is more accessible, generlaly, for other
types of projects.

Mary Watson

At 09:06 AM 11/16/2001 -0600, you wrote:
>I'm back.
>
>I am to teach a doctoral level course on proposal design and
>development this Spring in our college of Education.  Most of the
>books that I use in my for-hire proposal workshops lean toward
>science and such and are not really useful for education/social
>sciences/fuzzier areas.  I've not taught the course in a while and
>the request has jumped up suddenly-- I have no recent text.
>
>Do any of you teach a similar course and do you have books that you
>use as primary or secondary texts that you'd recommend?  I'm not
>looking for a "book to teach" but rather a resource that the more
>motivated can keep and use as a resource later on in their careers.
>
>Thanks
>
>Spanky
>
>
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Director, Grants and Contracts
Room 215, Regional Center for Continuing Education
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, GA  31698

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