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Three Common Pitfalls when Writing Abstracts

Three Common Pitfalls when Writing Abstracts

Abstracts are a challenging but important part of any fellowship application. The abstract is often the first (or one of the first) components of your application that the reviewer sees. Therefore, it is important to use the abstract to give the reviewer the best...

Formatting: Style and Function

So… You wrote a great proposal. You’re feeling pretty good about it. Wait. What just happened? It turns out your margins were too narrow, causing it to fall out of the first round of screening. Those pesky formatting guidelines… Formatting guidelines are a big part of...

The Quest to Find Funding: Navigating Pivot

Hello, Doctoral Funding Mentoring Program Participants and GradFund Conversation Readers! Today, I will be introducing you to a helpful online tool, the Pivot Database.   Rutgers subscribes to the service to allow students, faculty, and staff to find external funding...