• NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
    August 27 1:00pm
    This information session is sponsored by the following OVCR divisions: Proposal Development Services and the STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute. This session introduces interested students to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). The GRFP is an NSF-wide program that provides fellowsh more »
  • Basic Proposal Development
    August 30 10:00am
    This information session focuses on basic procedures for developing successful proposals to external funding agencies that support the research, teaching, and service missions of the university and campus. Topics to be discussed include clarifying project objectives (e.g., narrowing the scope of research), matching project objectives to funding more »
  • Introduction to the National Science Foundation (NSF)
    September 07 1:00pm
    This information session is sponsored by the following OVCR divisions: Proposal Development Services and the STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute. This session is an introduction to developing grant proposals for submission to the National Science Foundation (NSF). Topics to be discussed include the origins and mission of NSF, bu more »
  • NSF CAREER Program, Session 1: General Information and Eligibility
    September 21 9:00am
    This information session is sponsored by the following OVCR units: Proposal Development Services and the STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute. The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a National Science Foundation-wide activity offering prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teac more »
  • Introduction to the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
    October 05 9:30am
    This information session is an introduction to developing grant proposals for submission to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Topics to be discussed include the origins and mission of NIH, budgetary trends at NIH, the organizational structure of NIH, the different types of NIH funding mechanisms, the mechanics of preparing proposals for N more »
July 2018