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November 2017 FUNDED is available!

Whether you’re just starting out as a grantseeker or have been working in the field for years, and whether you work in education, government, or healthcare, you should find some useful information and insights in this issue of FUNDED – our biggest issue yet!

You can download the issue directly at http://grantsoffice.com/Portals/0/funded/issues/FUNDEDNov2017.pdf

Higher education takes the lead with highlights of two NSF grant programs that support research infrastructure-building initiatives across the country, accompanied by a Q&A by Chris LaPage that answers common questions about these and other technology-friendly research grants. Ever-versatile in discussing all things grants, Chris also returns later in the issue to explain healthcare service designations that relate to HRSA grants.

With STEM education emerging as a top priority among education professionals, grants supporting STEM initiatives are also popular among funders. And that’s where Elizabeth Evans begins her significant contribution to this issue - with an introduction to several upcoming and potential sources for STEM funding. She follows with a timely update on the status of education funding in the federal budget.

The headline of the issue is on partnerships, and in her article on the topic, Ashley Schultz navigates some of the types of partnerships grants often involve and provides tips for developing and maintaining successful grant partnerships. Not to be outdone, Ashley also takes us through tips on developing a successful JAG proposal, and later in the issue, she teams up with Elizabeth Evans to discuss campus safety, a topic that lies at the intersection of education and public safety, and about which they also published a recent joint article in Campus Safety magazine.

Be sure to check out our webcasts and come visit us at the conferences our team will be presenting at all over the country in the coming months. We’d love to meet you in person!