RGDO Services for Students


We all have just 24 hours in every day. Developing a competitive fellowship or grant application will require you to make a firm commitment of your time and effort and follow your grant proposal development timeline to ensure you can submit your proposal by the deadline.

Grant Development Services to KU Graduate Students

Proposal Development

We offer:

  • Information on how to search for grant and fellowship opportunities
  • Advice on time management related to grant and fellowship proposal development
  • Information on developing the individual components of grant and fellowship applications
  • One-on-one assistance developing and submitting National Science Foundation (NSF) Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants (DDIG) and other institutional proposals that must be submitted through the KU Center for Research, Inc. (KUCR) 


We offer:

  • Advice via email on how to find information about grants and fellowships for graduate students
  • Introduction to grant and fellowship proposal development workshops for humanities graduate students
  • Presentations on grant and fellowship development to graduate classes, and student organizations upon request

We are committed to assisting KU humanities graduate students to develop their knowledge and skills to successfully compete in the grants and fellowships arena. Check out our links to funding information for graduate students in the Funding Resources section. To receive a packet of information through campus mail or request private instruction or a workshop for a graduate student group, contact us at:

Research & Grant Development Office
Hall Center
Phone: 785-864-7887

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