GrantGPS sponsors grant-writing workshops, retreats, and presentations. These programs provide opportunities for you to learn the nuts and bolts of grant proposal writing, share tips for funding success with colleagues, and meet individually with grant-writing experts for feedback on a proposal. We will post information about these programs as they become available.
Workshop on Fundamentals of Scientific Writing (Nov. 2, 9, and 16, 2023)
Hosted by GrantGPS and the Irving Institute and geared toward Dartmouth junior faculty, post-docs, and graduate students, this free class will focus on the basic principles of good scientific style and composition. The course stresses writing with the reader in mind, and thus pays particular attention to impact, logic, and sharp technical style. Emphasis will be on practical applications to create clear text including a discussion of creating strong figures and tables. This class is recommended as a pre-requisite for our spring 2024 grant writing workshop.
The class meets on three Thursdays from 9-10:30 am via Zoom: November 2, November 9, and November 16, 2023.
- Essential scientific writing principles with hands-on exercises (word choice and location; sentences structure and placement; paragraph organization and location; impact of writing)
- Creating clear figures and tables
- References and plagiarism
This course is only open to Dartmouth faculty and researchers. Spaces are limited and registration is required. There is no fee for this course.
About the Presenter
Angelika Hofmann is Sr. Associate Director, Environmental and Physical Sciences at the Irving Institute and GrantGPS and author of two major textbooks on the topic: Scientific Writing and Communication – Papers, Proposals, and Presentations and Writing in the Biological Sciences published by Oxford University Press.
- Fundamentals of Scientific Writing
- NSF & NIH Grant Writing Seminars
- Zoom Panel on Fellowships
- NEH Regional Grant-Writing Workshop
- Grant Writers Retreat, hosted by Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries for NIH R01 and R21 grants
- NSF Career Workshop Series
- Fellowship Panel Discussion
- Humanities Grant-Writing Mini-Retreat