Hanover’s Grant Solutions for Higher Education provide targeted guidance for your programmatic and research grants work – uncovering new opportunities, supporting institutional funding initiatives and bolstering faculty development.
We help you answer key questions:
How can we secure more institutional program funding?
How can we support implementation of key initiatives and scale successful programs?
How can we improve our current grantseeking capacity and strategies?
How can our faculty craft the most competitive submissions?
Which grants should we pursue based on past performance and current institutional relationships?
Which grants are our peers securing?
Hanover’s Grants for Higher Education Solution
We will customize an approach that leverages the expertise of our team and employs a holistic strategy for supporting your ongoing goals.
Build institutional grants capacity.
Supports the development of institutional capacity to pursue and manage grant funding through training, strategic assessment, and benchmarking. Includes grantsmanship workshops, one-on-one guidance, and cohort-based support through Hanover’s Grant Academy.
Identify grant funding opportunities.
Explores and evaluates grant opportunities aligned to programs, funding levels, and faculty research needs. Facilitates planning through research on historical and future funding trends, while monitoring which funders your peers are targeting.
Refine pre-drafting strategies.
Streamlines the assessment and development of competitive project concepts, helping to navigate funder expectations and providing coaching on program officer outreach prior to proposal development.
Enhance your proposal quality.
Bolsters client-led grant proposal projects through hands-on review and revision services, ensuring that the most competitive proposals are submitted.
Support full-cycle proposal production.
Provides primary writing and project management capabilities, ushering institutional teams from iterative drafts to polished, on-time submissions.
Increase the quality, volume, and success rates of programmatic and research grant applications
Grow the overall grantwriting competency of individuals and teams at your organization
Fill gaps in expertise and bandwidth among existing institutional resources
In the coming year, our goals are to improve the proposals of faculty who have been close to receiving NSF or NIH funding within the last few years, as well as to gain a better understanding of how the college can tap into NIH funding. We decided to engage with Hanover for grant development support due to its reputation and the good experience that my UND colleagues have had with Hanover.
Bradley Rundquist, Interim Dean, College of Arts & Sciences