Definition of grantsman in US English:

grantsman

noun

  • See grantsmanship

    • ‘In addition, Fanning is a skilled grantsman, garnering 11 fellowships and research awards in 10 years.’
    • ‘He has been a very highly regarded grantsman averaging over $250,000 per year for the past five years.’
    • ‘The following is a list of grantsmen in Montana who may be willing either to coach about a shooting range grant application, or to put a grant application together for you for a fee.’
    • ‘The programs typically cover in highlight form practically everything one needs to know about the technique of wresting grants from foundations, corporations, or government; taught by successful grantsmen, the typical tuition is $295.00 to $325.00.’
    • ‘I am retired from a federal career with the US Public Health Service and the US Department of Veterans Affairs hospital system, as a budget office and later as a medical research grantsman for affiliated UAB Medical School here in Birmingham.’