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Office of Grants & Faculty Development
800 Algoma Boulevard
Dempsey Hall, Suite 214
Oshkosh, WI  54901-8601
Phone Numbers:
(920) 424-3215 (main phone)
(920) 424-3375 (Kelly Schill)
(920) 424-1315 (Cindy Maas)
(920) 424-1195 (Susan Surendonk)
(920) 424-0848 (Amy Knoll)

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Proposal Writing Resources

Grant and research proposal writing resources including helpful links and books available in the Office of Grants and Faculty Development.

The Office of Grants and Faculty Development is available as your first resource for proposal writing assistance. Please contact us if you need assistance with any stage of your proposal writing process. 

  • For help with proposal development, please contact the Director of the Office of Grants and Faculty Development at or (920) 424-3215.
  • If you need assistance with proposal editing, contact  (920) 424-3220. Please contact us early to establish an appropriate editing schedule.
  • Information about budget development can be found in the Budget Development section of our website. If you need additional assistance with budget development, please contact Bob Roberts or in the Grants office.
  • For additional proposal writing resources, please explore the following links.


Links to Proposal Writing Resources


Books about Proposal Writing

Many of these helpful books are available through popular online bookstores or at the Oshkosh Public Library through inter-library loan. 

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