NEED FELLOWSHIP? Writing series begins Feb. 11, 3-4:30 pm, 3.324 Levin Hall


Have you started working on a fellowship or career development application?
Should you begin work on one? 
Could you use some help?

The first session of the new Comprehensive Grant Writing course is set for TODAY, February 11.  Meetings will be held for 9 consecutive Tuesdays, 3 – 4:30 pm in Levin Hall, Room 3.324.  The sessions are open to all graduate students and postdoctoral scientists – registration is unnecessary.
This new course focuses on equipping participants with the knowledge and skills they need to write a viable research fellowship or career development award application. Most sessions are dedicated to specific sections of the application. Check out the list of topics and dates below:

Week One          Feb 11   Introduction/Grantsmanship      Overview of funding types, how to use SciVal
Week Two          Feb 18   Working with the Office of Sponsored Programs
Week Three       Feb 25   Specific Aims
Week Four          Mar 4    Research Strategy Session #1
Week Five           Mar 11  Research Strategy Session #2
Week Six             Mar 18  Research Strategy Session #3
Week Seven      Mar 25  Return to Specific Aims
Week Eight         Apr 1     Other Important Sections – Abstract, letters of support, public health relevance, etc
Week Nine         Apr 8     Final tasks and NRSA Fellowships – cover letter, responsible conduct of research, sponsor & institution, etc.

Registration is not required – you may attend any or all sessions, as your specific needs/schedule dictate.



Dates:2/11/2014 - 4/8/2014
Times:3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Location:3.324 levin Hall
Audience:Education Research Staff Students
Contact:Tammie Taylor