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Prolific grant writer shares his advice on landing grants

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The key element in grant writing is attitude, said Kenneth Henson, distinguished professor at the Citadel's School of Education, and author of a new book by Allyn & Bacon, Grant Writing in Higher Education: A Step-by-Step Guide. "You have to believe that you can take it as far as you want to as long as you're willing to work hard," said Henson. "If you don't have a belief in your ability to succeed, it's not going to happen." Henson, whose grant writing has brought in more than $100 million, said that pursing grant writing in an organized, controlled way will eventually lead to success.

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