nativegrants

Spring Semesters: Online

3 Credits, Graduate Level

Instructor: Dr. Tonya Robinson

Course Description

Course co-convenes with NASX 471

This course will provide instruction and practice in planning for, researching, and preparing grant proposals for a range of funders. Students will also participate in a mock grant review process, and finish the course with a grant proposal template from which to develop future grant proposals on their own.

Reading for this course may include, but are not limited to:

*Resource and materials list subject to change. Check with the instructor before purchasing books!*

  • Miner, Jeremy T. and Kelly C. Ball. (2019). Proposal Planning & Writing, 6th Ed. Greenwood Press. ISBN: 978-1440863349

Instructor

Dr. Tonya Robinson

Tonya Robinson, PhD. Her research concerns intersections of cultural production and environmental degradation, as well as historic and contemporary issues impacting Indian Country. She is currently working on issues concerning national metanarratives and mythmaking. She also has more than 20 years’ professional experience in the grant world.

Tuition and Fees

If you are accepted into a qualified online program, see the appropriate MSU Tuition and Fee table below:

For more information, view MSU Fee Schedules.

 

How to Register

You must be accepted as a student to Montana State University to take this course. Learn how to apply.

Students register for courses via MSU's online registration system, MyInfo.

Registration requires a PIN number. Learn how to find your PIN.

Once you have your PIN, learn how to register through MyInfo.

 

For course information: Please contact Erika Ross at [email protected] or Tonya Robinson at [email protected].