Offered annually in early December.
The Grant Proposal Development Workshop, offered annually, is an intensive and comprehensive hands-on program for faculty and postdocs who are interested in developing or revising a proposal. Participants complete the program with a fully-developed proposal that has been through several rounds of peer review, and a number of successfully-funded proposals have originated in this workshop.
Topics covered include:
This is a multi-day workshop (with daily homework assignments) that culminates in a mock panel review. Although the workshop is focused on NSF and NIH requirements, the general principles presented will apply to all grant submissions. Each session builds upon previous sessions and we rely on ongoing peer review, so you must commit to attend all sessions. Facilitators include Matthew Gage, associate professor of Chemistry and Anne Maglia, associate vice chancellor for Research Administration & Integrity.
If you are interested in participating, please register far below. Upon confirmation, you will be prompted to submit a no more than one-page proposal abstract on or before March 15. For additional resources to help you prepare for the workshop, see the EBites Lunch-and-Learn archive and the lunchtime seminars associated with Faculty Writing Spaces.
Questions may be directed by email to: Matthew_Gage@uml.edu. For logistical questions, please email: VCRI_Events@uml.edu.