|Source:||National Association Of Science Writers|
|Eligibility:||The project must be in keeping with the mission of NASW. The project, if applicable, should be accessible to all science writers, and open to members and non-members. The project should not be for individual works, e.g. underwriting a single investigative piece or book, but it could, for instance, underwrite a study of the state of science writing in the U.S. or beyond.|
Do You Have A Great Idea For A Science Writing Resource? Are You A Member Of A Local Science-writing Group With Big Plans For An Important Project Workshop That Has Insufficient Funding?
The National Association Of Science Writers Invites Proposals From Individuals Or Groups To Apply For Grants Ranging From $1,000 To $50,000 For Projects And Programs That Are Designed To Help Science Writers In Their Professional Lives And/or To Benefit The Field Of Science Writing. Proposals Can Serve Non-members As Well As Members. We Encourage Creative Thinking, Thus The Guidelines For These Proposals Are Consciously Broad.
|Tinsley Davis, executive director
P.O. Box 7905
Berkeley, CA 94707
Phone: (510) 647-9500