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It’s almost time for Research Development’s 8th annual Faculty Research Networking Symposium! This event is the perfect opportunity to find collaborators, or simply to find out about some of the amazing research happening at BYU.
Faculty will have the opportunity to attend as a presenter or as a listener! Presentations will be given a 3 minute time limit, with slides being due 2 weeks prior to the event. After you sign up to present, you will be emailed a sample slide that you will complete and send back to Research Development.
This event is open to all disciplines across campus and we welcome a variety of topics! The more variety, the better! This symposium has been a wonderful tool in the past for faculty to find collaborators for interdisciplinary research.
After the presentations, lunch will be provided, along with the opportunity for faculty to network with those they listened to present. Please RSVP if you would like to present and/or attend to listen.
If you have any questions, please email Kaylie Winterton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 13-14 | 9 am-12 pm | 256 Clyde Building | Sign up here
Pizza will be provided after the workshop
Would you like to learn how to apply for funding opportunities that are specifically for graduate students? Do you want to write a grant proposal but don’t know where to begin? Then plan on attending the Graduate Student Grant Writing Workshop on June 13th and 14th , 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (each day) in 270 McDonald Building. This is a two-day, instructor-led, program for learning and applying proposal writing skills. At the end of this writing-focused experience, you will have created the first draft of a proposal.
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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