Copy Editing

The grant review process is incredibly competitive. To help you put your best foot forward, PRI will provide funds to cover the fees of a copy editor for grant proposals submitted to federal agencies or foundations by PRI faculty associates and affiliates.

PRI will provide funds to PRI Associates only for copy-editing on manuscripts.

If you are interested in copy editing services, please read the guidelines below.

 

Guidelines for Copy Editing on Grant Applications

  • Proposals to federal and foundation funding agencies only (exceptions may be made on case-by-case basis)
  • The principal investigator must be a PRI Faculty Affiliate or Associate
  • Up to $200 for small grant proposals (e.g., R03, R21, most foundation grants), and up to $300 for large grant proposals (e.g., R01, large foundation grants, P01s)
  • It is up to the principal investigator to make arrangements with a copy editor. Keep in mind that copy editors need lead time to complete their work. They may not accept jobs if they are booked up
  • Contact Diane Diviney to make arrangements for reimbursement or payment of invoiced fees

 

Guidelines for Copy Editing on Manuscripts

  • The first author must be a PRI Faculty Associate
  • A maximum of $100 per year may be charged to PRI. Remaining fees must be paid by the author(s)
  • It is up to the author to make arrangements with a copy editor. Copy editors need lead time to complete their work and may not accept jobs if they are booked up
  • Contact Diane Diviney to make arrangements for reimbursement or payment of invoiced fees

 

Copy Editors

A list of professional copy editors is provided below. Each editor has experience working on social science grant proposals and was recommended to us.