The Grants & Contracts Office is pleased to announce the 2015-2016 workshops and trainings schedule. Workshop descriptions are listed below. Unless otherwise noted, all trainings and workshops will be hosted in LRC 109, unless otherwise noted. If you have any questions about the workshops or if you have a suggestion for a workshop or training you would be interested in attending, please contact Kristin Beck. Please sign up for session by going to: http://www.acs.nmu.edu/2.10.php?app=GER
New Faculty Tech Talks
September 11, 2015 2:00pm - 4:00pm Room: Jamrich 1320
New Faculty "Tech Talks" and Introduction to the Grants and Contracts Office Session It will cover a brief Introduction to the Grants and Contracts Office, but more importantly feature new faculty member's research and/or scholarly activity!
Each new faculty member will have a few minutes and two PowerPoint slides to present and discuss their interests and/or scholarly activity. This is to give colleagues a background into these new faces on campus. There is also time for questions and discussion with the new faculty, as this is a great opportunity to connect research interests and activities across campus! Beverages and snacks are also served.
It is not necessary to sign up for this event, it is open to everyone!
Four Part Series on the Basics of Proposal Writing:
(1) Searching for Funding Opportunities and How to Find a Good Fit (Sept. and Jan.);
(2) Proposal Writing II: Significance, Objectives, and Research Plan (Oct. and Feb.);
(3) Proposal Writing II: Abstract/Summary, Title, Structure, and Common Pitfalls (Nov. and Mar.);
(4) Budgets and Budget Justification (Dec. and Apr.)
NSF Fellowship Application Workshop for Students - September
Faculty Grants/Internal Funding Session - October
Funding for the Non-Sciences - January/February
Panel Discussion: External Funding - March
Introduction to External/Grant Funding for Students (graduate and undergraduate) - March
Faculty Tech Talks - Nov., Feb., Mar.
PRIME Funding Workshop
NEH Summer Stipend Session
The Grants and Contracts Office has also presented sessions for students such as Research Ethics, and Basics of External/Grant Funding. We can come to your classroom, department meeting, or small group, in addition to meeting individually. Please contact us for information!