RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT & GRANT WRITING SUBSCRIPTION NEWSLETTER
Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC publishes a monthly electronic newsletter for faculty on how to compete successfully for research and education funding from federal agencies and foundations.
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About the Publishers
Newsletter co-publishers Mike Cronan, PE (Texas 063512, inactive) served as Director, and Lucy Deckard (BS/MS Materials Science) served as Associate Director, of two highly successful research and proposal development offices at Texas A&M. They both now serve as proposal development consultants at Academic Research Funding Strategies.
Regents Fellow Mike Cronan led the development and writing of center-level proposals funded at over $100 million System-wide.
Lucy Deckard led Texas A&M’s New Faculty Research Initiative (2004-2009) to help assistant professors compete successfully for research funding with special emphasis on NSF CAREER and other young investigator awards. More about us.