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Grant Writing Training

 

2016-17 Schedule:

Grant Writing Training

UC LEAF and the UC Research Programs office partnered to provide women STEM faculty members with grant writing training. The following opportunities are available in 2017 at no cost.

Registration is available online. Deadline: March 17, 2017.
 
Write Winning Grant Proposals
April 18, 2017, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Vontz Auditorium
A a one-day seminar that is an investment in your future - a decision that will help to ensure that you write a highly competitive application. This seminar is limited to faculty preparing to write a competitive extramural research grant proposal. No prerequisite. A workbook is included. No fee for up to 15 women STEM faculty members.
 
NIH Career Development Award Proposals
April 19, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Vontz Auditorium
A half-day seminar on NIH proposals (K and F32 grants). Prerequisite: Attend the Write Winning Grant Proposals seminar in April 2016 or April 2017. This seminar is for faculty preparing to write an NIH Career Development Award proposal. No fee.
 
Grant Writing: Getting Started
April 19, 2017, 1 p.m.-5 p.m., Vontz Auditorium
A half-day seminar on how to begin the grant writing process. The seminar will cover basic information, such as how to develop a fundable idea, the fundamentals of a grant, how to write for reviewers, and preparation of the application. This seminar is intended for faculty who have no prior grant writing experience, who are in the early stages of, or completely new to, grant writing. No prerequisite. A workbook is included. No fee for up to 15 women STEM faculty members. Note: if you are attending the all-day Write Winning Grant Proposals Seminar you do NOT need to attend this seminar, as the information will be included in the day-long workshop.

One-on-One Competitive Intenstive Grant Proposal Writing Workshop (Fall 2017)
Additionally, a one-on-one competitive Intensive Grant Proposal Writing workshop will be available fall 2017. Faculty who have participated in the all-day seminar in 2015, 2016 or 2017 will be eligible to apply for this program. Applications will be accepted after April 20, 2017. Faculty should contact Dawn O'Neill at dawn.oneill@uc.edu if interested. UC LEAF will sponsor one woman STEM faculty member to participate in this workshop free of charge.

Questions? Email Dawn.ONeill@uc.edu

 

2015-16 Schedule:

Grant Writing Training

UC LEAF and the UC Research Programs office partnered to provide women STEM faculty members with grant writing training. The following opportunities are available in 2016 at no cost.

Registration is available online. Deadline: March 18, 2016.
 
Write Winning Grant Proposals
April 19, 2016, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Location TBA
A a one-day seminar that is an investment in your future - a decision that will help to ensure that you write a highly competitive application. This seminar is limited to faculty preparing to write a competitive extramural research grant proposal. No prerequisite. A workbook is included. No fee for up to 15 women STEM faculty members.
 
NIH Career Development Award Proposals
April 20, 2016, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Vontz auditorium
A half-day seminar on NIH proposals (K and F32 grants). Prerequisite: Attend the Write Winning Grant Proposals seminar in April 2015 or April 2016. This seminar is for faculty preparing to write an NIH Career Development Award proposal. No fee.
 
Grant Writing: Getting Started (NEW)
April 20, 2015, 1 p.m.-5 p.m., Vontz auditorium
A half-day seminar on how to begin the grant writing process. The seminar will cover basic information, such as how to develop a fundable idea, the fundamentals of a grant, how to write for reviewers, and preparation of the application. This seminar is intended for faculty who have no prior grant writing experience, who are in the early stages of, or completely new to, grant writing. No prerequisite. A workbook is included. No fee for up to 15 women STEM faculty members. Note: if you are attending the all-day Write Winning Grant Proposals Seminar you do NOT need to attend this seminar, as the information will be included in the day-long workshop.

One-on-One Competitive Grant Writing Workshop (Fall 2016)
Additionally, a one-on-one competitive Intensive Grant Proposal Writing workshop will be available fall 2016. Faculty who have participated in the all-day seminar in 2014, 2015 or 2016 will be eligible to apply for this program. Applications will be accepted after April 20, 2016. Faculty should contact Dawn O'Neill at dawn.oneill@uc.edu if interested. UC LEAF will sponsor one woman STEM faculty member to participate in this workshop free of charge.

Questions? Email Dawn.ONeill@uc.edu

 

2014-15 Schedule:

Grant Writing Training

UC LEAF and the UC Research Programs office partnered to provide women STEM faculty members with grant writing training. The following opportunities were available in 2015 at no cost.
 
Write Winning Grant Proposals
April 21, 2015, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Vontz auditorium
A a one-day seminar that is an investment in your future - a decision that will help to ensure that you write a highly competitive application. This seminar is limited to faculty preparing to write a competitive extramural research grant proposal. No prerequisite. A workbook is included. No fee for up to 15 women STEM faculty members.
 
NIH Career Development Award Proposals
April 22, 2015, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Vontz auditorium
A half-day seminar on NIH proposals (K and F32 grants). Prerequisite: Attend the Write Winning Grant Proposals seminar in April 2014 or April 2015. This seminar is for faculty preparing to write an NIH Career Development Award proposal. No fee.
 
Grant Writing: Getting Started (NEW)
April 22, 2015, 1 p.m.-5 p.m., Vontz auditorium
A half-day seminar on how to begin the grant writing process. The seminar will cover basic information, such as how to develop a fundable idea, the fundamentals of a grant, how to write for reviewers, and preparation of the application. This seminar is intended for New/Early Stage Investigators, Graduate Students or Postdocs with no prior grant writing experience. No prerequisite. A workbook is included. No fee for up to 15 women STEM faculty members with no prior grant writing experience.

One-on-One Competitive Grant Writing Workshop (Fall 2015)
Additionally, a one-on-one competitive Intensive Grant Proposal Writing workshop will be available fall 2015. Faculty who have participated in the all-day seminar in 2013, 2014 or 2015 will be eligible to apply for this program. Applications will be accepted after April 21, 2015. Faculty should contact Dawn O'Neill at dawn.oneill@uc.edu if interested. UC LEAF will sponsor one woman STEM faculty member to participate in this workshop free of charge.

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