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Grant Writing Workshop:  - Friday, October 31 from 1:00-5:00, Denton ACT 301, Houston IHSH 3310, Dallas IHSD 8729

Grant Writing Workshop: Strategies for Planning, Developing, and Writing Large Team Grants, An Interactive Workshop taught by Mike Cronan (Academic Funding Strategies, LLC) Friday, October 31, 1:00-5:00, Denton ACT 301, Houston IHSH 3310 (videoconference), Dallas IHSD 8729 (videoconference).  RSVP by October 24 to Research@twu.edu      


Round Table Information Session on Research Services – Houston Campus, Thursday, November 13, 2014, from 9:00 a.m. – noon

The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs is pleased to host a morning of round table information sessions on the research services of ORSP. You may “come and go” or “come and stay” - each round table topic will be offered every hour until noon so faculty may rotate to three of the four sessions. Faculty new to TWU are encouraged to come and stay for each round table, but all TWU faculty are welcome to come for as many sessions as they wish.

The following four informal round table sessions will be offered. Staff from ORSP will be available at each session to facilitate and answer questions regarding Pre-Award Services: locating sources of funding, assistance with budgets, assistance with submitting grants (IHSH 4305); Post-Award Services: purchasing, budget management, reporting assistance (IHSH 6305 ); IRB: hot topics, writing your application, compliance issues (IHSH 10111); and Statistical Services: maintaining a fruitful relationship with a statistician, services available (IHSH 5305).

Please RSVP to ORSP - research@twu.edu if you plan to attend. You are welcome to attend without an RSVP, but please help us plan for seating.


National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant Writing Workshop on Undergraduate Education - Denton Campus, Friday, November 21, 2014, from 10:00 am - 12:00 noon

Paul Tymann, Program Director for the Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science Foundation (NSF), will visit the TWU Denton Campus to present a workshop about writing grants for NSF undergraduate education programs from 10:00 am – noon. Paul works on programs in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE), and he will talk about DUE programs that support undergraduate STEM education including S-STEM, iUSE, and CyberCorps: SFS (scholarship for Service).

In addition to the workshop, Paul will provide 30-minute individual consultations by request between 1:30 and 4:00 pm. To attend the workshop and/or schedule an individual consultation, RSVP to research@twu.edu by November 15Click here to view and/or print the flyer.

 

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