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CEHD Grantwriting Courses

CPSY 8102 - Writing Developmental Psych Grants for NIH and NSF 
(1.0 - 3.0 cr [max 4.0 cr]; Prereq-Doctoral students in second year of study or beyond; A-F only, spring, offered in even academic years) 
Research/identify potential funding sources at NIH/NSF, create right fit between proposals/agency program goals, address guideline of proposals, write effective key elements of proposal, understand review criteria, complete grant review, interpret feedback from reviews. 

KIN 5987 - Professional Skills and Grant Writing for Health Sciences

EPSY 8117 - Writing Empirical Paper and Research/Grant Proposals in Educ and Psychology

EPSY 8600 - Special Topics in Special Education: Writing Grant Proposals

Grantwriting & Research Resources

Education in the Responsible Conduct of Research

Graduate research assistants paid by some federal grants must complete training in the responsible conduct of research. In general, graduate students can satisfy this requirement by completing the online training provided by the Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI).  To access this training:

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