Presented by Tom Hollon, PhD, grant consultant at Research & Innovation, this fall semester course of webinars and personal and group coaching will help you write an NIH R01 or R21 grant that wins. Advanced grant writing will be taught by example — revealing writing tricks and strategies from more than 50 funded NIH R01 grants for lab research, social science research, statistics, bioinformatics, and clinical trials.
The Undergraduate Research Office will host the 10th Annual Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences (Mid-SURE), which will be an asynchronous, virtual event consisting of pre-recorded poster presentations.
Join us for an informational webinar on the Assessment Tools for Biotechnology Products Request For Application (RFA). The webinar will cover application information and provide an overview of what has already been provided in the RFA.
Along with the review of the intellectual merit of each proposal, the National Science Foundation (NSF) reviews the merit of its broader impacts—the impacts and benefits to society of your proposed research. Each proposal submitted to the NSF must include a section about its intended broader impacts.
This workshop is designed to help you submit more competitive grant proposals by understanding the various components of broader impacts.