Grant Seeker’s Workshop: Seeking Federal Funding
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from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
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The major Federal funding funding agencies (NSF, NIH, etc.) have indicated that competitive grant applications should propose work that is "transformative." The definition of that term is less than clear to most applicants, however.
The next Grant Seekers' Workshop will host a panel of three of UMD's most successful Federal grant writers, Sukalyan Sengupta, Guarav Khana, and Erin Bromage, on this topic. Each will offer a short presentation of his perspective on transformative research, and how to convince review panels that your work is transformative. The panel will then be open for questions and discussion on the topic. This is an important panel for anyone planning to seek Federal funds, as the major agencies' RFPs all indicate that successful applications will propose transformative research.
Please join us for a lively and informative discussion on Wednesday, April 3 at 12.
Lunch will be provided. If you wish to attend, please RSVP to Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 9182, or contact the facilitator, Amy Shapiro, for more information email@example.com.