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Technical Communication for Electrical and Computer Engineers ESE 300 Professor Ronald C. Marge Spring 2009
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Proposals A proposal is a request for money (or other resources) to perform some work or research. The world is filled with different kinds of proposals, including: Research Proposals: a proposal to a foundation such as NIH or NSF to fund scientific research. This is the most common type of proposal here at Stony Brook University. Business Plan: a proposal to someone (VC, bank, etc.) to fund or expand a company. Summary Ask and you shall receive, but only if you ask properly.
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Proposals Engineering Proposal: a proposal within an existing company to provide the funding for a new product or new product line. After Stony Brook University, in the first few years of your career, this is the most common type of proposal most of you will write. Such proposals include details on: The product The schedule (typically, this must be very detailed) • The resources (people and equipment) Book proposals: a proposal to a publisher by an author to write a new book. Such proposals include details such as: Marketing • Competition • Pricing Outline of the book
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