Definition of grantsmanship in English:

grantsmanship

Syllabification: grants·man·ship
Pronunciation: /ˈɡrantsmənˌSHip
 
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noun

The skill or practice of obtaining grants-in-aid, especially for research.
More example sentences
  • The variables authorship, grantsmanship and leadership were used to measure faculty productivity.
  • The University research and technology office may have experts who can speak on grantsmanship and other related subject matter.
  • Next, education provides a deeply satisfying sense of joy for professors who are not distracted by constant demands to prove their worth or to fund their positions through successful grantsmanship.

Derivatives

grantsman

noun
More example sentences
  • The following is a list of grantsmen in Montana who may be willing either to coach about a shooting range grant application, or to put a grant application together for you for a fee.
  • In addition, Fanning is a skilled grantsman, garnering 11 fellowships and research awards in 10 years.
  • The programs typically cover in highlight form practically everything one needs to know about the technique of wresting grants from foundations, corporations, or government; taught by successful grantsmen, the typical tuition is $295.00 to $325.00.

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