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Research Development & Proposal Editing

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In the competition to obtain research funding, a compelling proposal can ensure a positive impact on reviewers. The Research Development Strategist & Editor provides School of Engineering assistant professors with support for identifying funding opportunities, best practices in proposal preparation; writing and developing proposals throughout the initial planning phases—until final submission. 

To learn more about how the editor can assist with your proposal, view Working with the Research Development Strategist & Editor

Blythe Nobleman Research Development Strategist & Editor, School of Engineering

For nearly three decades, Blythe has worked as a research development professional at major universities across the country, specifically for engineering. Simultaneously, she also served as an educator of writing for science and technology, teaching undergraduates scholarly and technical writing. Blythe maintains an avid interest in supporting diversity and inclusion for underrepresented minority groups in STEM disciplines by participating in ERA's DEI Working Group, the SoE BRIDGES Committee and Stanford's IDEAL Learning Journey. Using this experience, Blythe is focused on developing broadening participation plans for grant proposals.