The Grantsmanship Institute and Training Conference (GITC) is Fort Valley State University’s signature 1-day proposal writing, research administration and networking training conference. Held on Thursday, September 29, from 8 am. – 4:30 p.m., participants will network with federal agency program officers and private foundation representatives while they learn the finer points of grant writing, strategies that make a proposal or application more competitive, ethical research administration practices, pre- and post-award compliance, program fidelity, as well as, stewardship.
- Would you like to improve your grant writing skills?
- Do you want to learn proven tips to increase your chances of getting funded?
- Do you wish you knew what the reviewers look for and how to make your application stand out?
Then plan to attend the FVSU Fall 2016 GITC!
Program highlights include:
- Professional guidance on extending existing federal grants, such as National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health and United States Department of Agriculture including supplemental awards.
- Grant preparation tips with measurable outputs and outcomes that impact compliance and organization
- Guidance on preparing interim reports and final reports
- Breakout sessions on budget calculations and making proposals more competitive
- Presentations on ethical administration practices and pre- and post-award compliance, program fidelity and stewardship
GITC is open to the Fort Valley State University faculty, staff and students, regional universities, community and faith-based organizational representatives. The training conference includes a networking lunch. Reserve your seat today! Click Here!