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- Review Questions
(as these are REAL questions, multiple
choices have been excluded!). If you can answer these 35 questions, then you
should be OK in this test. Some answers for this review are True/False or Yes/No.
Stella is planning to apply for a grant from the EPA. She has decided not to
send an inquiry letter. Is Stella’s approach correct?
Stella heard that non-profit organisations can fund her project on childhood
obesity. Her friend recommended an organisation that does not have
“childhood obesity” as one of its priority areas, but funds health projects
nevertheless. What should Stella do?
If Stella decides to also contact the American Diabetic Association for
funding, should she send an inquiry letter first?
Martin, a biochemistry professor at a local CSU has decided to send an
inquiry letter to American Cancer Society. He should include on the cover
sheet all the following except:
Stella has approached NIH for funding by sending her proposal. However,
her institution does not have the appropriate lab space where she will
conduct most of her research. Assuming her proposal is robust enough to
warrant funding, what would you expect NIH to do?
Martin, nervous that his proposal might not be funded by NIH decided to
contact them and discuss his proposal with an NIH staff member before
submitting it. Was this a prudent approach?
A typical inquiry letter should have the following components except:
If Peter decides to send an inquiry letter to a non-profit, it should be
____pages long, while a full proposal should be about ____ pages long (in
In a proposal to a non-profit, what should the cover sheet include? The
This section covers the actions that will accomplish the proposal objectives.
This section is usually about half a page.
This section covers funds requested from the organisation.
This section must be done on grant seeker’s institution letterhead.
Which of these is(are) part of the narrative?
Stella feels she should not let the organisation she is requesting funds from
know that she already has secured part of the funding from another
organisation, lest her proposal is not funded. Is this right?