No. of awards offered: 153 grants in 1995. Frequency: Usually three times yearly. Value: A total of US$7,600,423 in 1995. Most AC grants provide US$50,000 ...
Author: Ruth Austin
In response to changing market needs, The Grants Register has been substantially revised from previous editions for this, its 15th edition. With increased student and professional mobility world-wide, coverage in The Grants Register has been extended from the English speaking world to the whole world, making it the only truly international guide of its kind. The number of awards has increased by 25% from the last edition, with all the information supplied directly by the awarding body. To improve ease of use, the layout and field structure has also been completely update. This has included the introduction of new fields on the level of study, individual eligibility and applications procedures as well as additional contact details such as email and World Wide Web addresses. The indexes have also been completely revised, with the introduction of an internationally recognised subject index which simultaneously incorporates a geographical guide to eligibility. An alphabetical list of awards will also be given. Now significantly extended, The Grants Register continues to be the only complete guide to awards and grants for postgraduates, young professionals, mature students and advanced scholars.
The Grants Register 1995-1997 ( 1994 ) . Macmillan , London . The Association of Medical Research Charities Handbook 1995–1996 ( 1995 ) . AMRC , London .
Author: Mike Saks
Publisher: CRC Press
The rapid development of NHS trusts is making unprecendented demands on those responsible for strategic planning and management for which many are unprepared. This manual is based upon the experience of those who have faced the questions and found the answers. It is intended for all those involved in Trust management. The questions are not all board-level strategic questions; some are quite mundane and managerial. However, the questions will have to be asked and the answers will determine what it is like to work within the organization, be one of its patients or a user of its services.
... AMERICAN ARTISTS OF SIXTH EDITION THE GRANTS REGISTER 1995- 1997 FOURTEENTH EDITION Lisa Williams , editor " The Grant's Register gives
users broader access to combinations of eligibility for advanced - study grants
and a ...
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Author: Richard G. Jones
Publisher: Amer Assn for Clinical Chemistry
This text is designed for laboratory workers and clinicians but should also be useful for other healthcare workers. The authors assume that the reader has access to a computer with statistical software for inspection and analysis of data. The book has four main parts. Chapter 1 describes the different kinds of data and statistical analyses that can be applied to them. Topics include how to assess the shape of distributions, how to transform data, when to use parametric and non-parametric tests, and how to check data input and deal with outliers. Chapter 2 deals with the inaccuracy, imprecision, detection limits, analytical goals and other aspects of analytical methods used in laboratory medicine, and explains how to compare both quantitative and qualitative analytical methods.
The Grants Register 1995-1997 The Statesman's Year - Book 1994-95 131st
edition Edited by Brian Hunter " The Statesman's Year - Book contains all you
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Author: Peterson's Guides StaffPublish On: 1997-01-05
The Grants Register 1995–97 , 14th ed . Edited by Lisa Williams . New York : St.
Martin's , 1995. This lists grant agencies alphabetically and gives information on
awards available to graduate students , young professionals , and scholars for ...
Author: Peterson's Guides Staff
Publisher: Peterson Nelnet Company
Graduate students depend on this series and ask for it by name. Why? For over 30 years, it's been the only one-stop source that supplies all of their information needs. The new editions of this six-volume set contain the most comprehensive information available on more than 1,500 colleges offering over 31,000 master's, doctoral, and professional-degree programs in more than 350 disciplines. New for 1997 -- Non-degree-granting research centers, institutes, and training programs that are part of a graduate degree program. Five discipline-specific volumes detail entrance and program requirements, deadlines, costs, contacts, and special options, such as distance learning, for each program, if available. Each Guide features "The Graduate Adviser", which discusses entrance exams, financial aid, accreditation, and more. The only source that covers nearly 4,000 programs in such areas as oncology, conservation biology, pharmacology, and zoology.
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to per rende wide The Grants Register ® 1997 15th Edition Edited by Ruth Austin
Completely redesigned and updated , the 15th edition of The Grants Register
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Entries , arranged alphabetically by sponsoring organization , supply information
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application procedures , and contact person . [ 2157 ] The Grants Register ...
Author: Gail A. Schlachter
Category: Hispanic Americans
Lists scholarships, loans, and other assistance designed for minorities
Linden , VA , electronic and print newsletter , issued monthly . Grants ,
Fellowships , and Prizes of Interest to Historians . Washington , DC : American
Historical Association , 1995 . The Grants Register . Chicago : St . James Press , 1997 .
Author: Lynn E. Miner
Category: Proposal writing for grants
Now newly revised and expanded, this excellent self-help book is designed for first-time proposal writers and planners. The authors use a concise, straightforward approach, offering specific examples of how to find grants and how to plan, write, and submit proposals that get results. They also share their streamlining techniques for submitting more proposals in less time. Each of the techniques presented in the book has been extensively field tested. The authors offer greatly expanded coverage of computerized grants seeking, covering such topics as sources of public and private funding information on the World Wide Web, search engines, award information, online editorial advice, and access to forms and policy manuals. Also updated is the chapter on the basics of effective technical writing that includes helpful tips on document design, computer editing, and improving proposal readability.