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Graduate grant writing assistantship opportunity

The Center for Excellence in Disabilities (CED) at WVU is offering a graduate grant writing assistantship. The assistantship will begin in late May or early June and is a 12-month assistantship (standard WVU GA pay scale and a tuition waiver included).

Duties include:

  • Grant proposal development
  • Developing program reports
  • Needs assessment and program evaluation research
  • Collaboration with WVU faculty from a variety of disciplines

Scheduling is very flexible, and office space and equipment is provided at the CED.

This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students who would like to gain some additional experience with grant writing.

Those interested should apply immediately, and any WVU graduate student pursuing a Master’s or Doctorate is eligible to apply.

Students and faculty who are interested in applying for this position should directly contact Research and Resource Development Manager, Leo Schlosnagle at 304-293-4692 ext. 1195.