Bondi Wood

Bondi Wood
Working Title
Adjunct Faculty, Instructor and Coordinator, Graduate Certificate in Grantsmanship
People Type
Adjunct Faculty

Master’s in English: Specialization in Composition and Rhetoric

Research Emphasis

Proposal Development/Grant Writing


Bondi Wood is the Director of the Graduate Grantsmanship Certificate at the University of Missouri’s Truman School of Public Affairs, where she is also an adjunct faculty member for the on-line, four-course graduate certificate program. A free-lance writer and writing consultant for more than 25 years, Bondi began her grant writing career working primarily for nonprofits delivering humanitarian aid. Since 2008, Bondi has also been a contract grant writer for several departments and divisions at MU. Bondi was an instructor for MU’s Faculty Grant Writing Institute and among the MU grant writers who authored, “Grant Seeking in Higher Education: Strategies and Tools for College Faculty.”

Courses Taught

Grant Writing 1, Grant Writing 2, Sponsor Relationships

Selected Publications

Wood, BJ (2012). Preparing to Write, The Writing, The Abstract, and The Heart of the

Matter: The Proposal Narrative. In Licklider MM, MU Grant Writer Network. Grant Seeking in Higher Education: Strategies and Tools for College Faculty (pp. 55-111) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass

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