Spend a few days with Research Development to learn and apply proposal writing skills. Faculty who attended in the past have found this “boot camp” to be very helpful in their proposal development efforts and have written successful proposals. At the end of this writing-focused experience, you will have created the first draft of a proposal. Dr. Jon Balzotti, a BYU expert in proposal writing, will provide hands-on writing instruction.
Day 1 -May 13: How do I create logically structured proposals?
Day 2 -May 14: How do I use proposal slots to answer the funder’s major question?
Day 3 -May 15: How do I create a value proposition?
Day 4 -May 16: How do I tailor my proposal to catch the attention of busy reviewers?
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Sign up for a one-hour time slot to have your NIH proposal reviewed by a panel of experts. Past participants have had a success rate of over 50%. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided.
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Don’t forget- If you would like to submit a proposal for an Interdisciplinary Research (IDR) Origination Award, you must submit your Letter of Intent by Friday, December 7.
Research Development will hold a seminar on Tuesday, December 18 at 12:00 pm for those who have submitted their Letters to review criteria for preparing and submitting proposals.
More information can be found here.