Jesse Lutabingwa

Institute Partner and Reciprocal Exchange Awardee

Grant Writing: Get your next grant through collaboration

2019 Awardee Jesse Lutabingwa from Appalachian State University follows up with a discussion from participants during the group work assignment a workshop in Tanzania.
Professor Lutabingwa follows up with participants during a workshop.

Jesse Lutabingwa, Associate Vice Chancellor of International Education and Development at Appalachian State University, one of the Fellowship’s Leadership in Civic Engagement Institutes, has written over 300 international project proposals and earned over $5 million in grants.  He says even excellent projects need help from outside supporters.

Check out Professor Lutabingwa’s tips on how to meet and work with partners and funders for your next project in a YALI Network blog post.

Fellowship Alumni and selected candidates for 2021 who are interested in learning more about this topic are encouraged to take the Intermediate to Advanced Grant Writing course, taught by Professor Lutabingwa, through the Fellowship PortalLearn more about the course.

If you have not yet registered for the Portal, please contact the Fellowship Team at mwfellowship@irex.org.