Editing and Proofreading
Proposals must be carefully edited not only for spelling and grammar but also to make sure the proposal meets each and every funding agency’s guidelines. These guidelines usually specify page counts as well as points (sometimes for each section of the proposal) and it is critical to include all pertinent information for making your case.
The final draft of a proposal should be proofread by someone other that the primary grant writer. This will help insure that any errors in logic and presentation can be corrected before submittal.
Please contact Institutional Services if you are interested in working with the grant writer on these items.