Grant Writing Support
DoR is the resource at Stanford for grant writing support at Stanford: https://doresearch.stanford.edu/research-scholarship/about-proposals/successful-proposal-writing
Blythe Nobleman of Engineering Research Administration runs CAREER proposal development workshops for engineering faculty, and also serves as a grant writing coach and advisor for engineering faculty; her website might be useful to faculty at other schools at Stanford who are new investigators: https://insidesoe.stanford.edu/era/new-investigator-resources/research-development-events
Those applying for NSF grants should also consult with the Office of Science Outreach led by Kyle Cole, who can be helpful in creating successful part of the proposal that address “Broader Impacts” requirements.
IRiSS (II. Institute for Research in the Social Sciences) provides support to faculty members seeking to obtain or who have already secured a grant. We work together with the faculty and the university’s administrative units to assist with grant management, including grants from the National Science Foundation. https://iriss.stanford.edu/resources-funding/faculty-grant-support
Grant Writing Workshop - https://grantwriting.stanford.edu/
STEP into success with grant writing by:
Supporting you in creating proposals and productive writing practice
Training you to write and edit efficiently
Empowering you to elicit and provide effective feedback
Providing you with coaching, editing and review of proposals and scientific writings
Recommended non-Stanford resources include:
https://grantwriter.mybigcommerce.com/national-science-foundation-6-20-fastlane-version/ published by Grantwriters Seminars and Workshops
NSF offers free webinars about many of its programs.