And you can't get too many-even if you can't keep all the money, having more grants on your CV always looks good.
Start early—deadlines have a habit of creeping up on you and coming on in clusters.
It helps to apply to 3 or more sources-this simply increases your statistical chances of getting a grant.
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Be creative about what you search for, don't limit it to anthropology only-- if you are working on a project on reproductive politics among Palestinians-you may qualify for sources that focus on population and demography, gender issues and women, medicine and health, peace and conflict resolution… In addition to consulting with you advisor and committee members on funding sources and proposals, some faculty at AU have reviewed applications for different sources and will have specific advice for you. Dolores Koenig has reviewed NSF applications, and Prof. They have insight into what reviewers were looking for in proposals.
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