GradGrants Proposal Development Workshop Series and Walk-in Hours
The GradGrants Center is pleased to announce its workshops for Spring 2017!
Workshops are aimed at equipping students with the skills to find relevant funding sources and write successful research proposals to attain grant support.
Spring 2017 Workshops will be in the Social Science Research Commons (SSRC), Woodburn 200. All workshops are approximately 1 hour long, followed by an hour of one-on-one availability with GGC consultants to answer specific grant and funding questions.
Mapping and Grant Planning: Wednesday, January 25, 1-2pm (plus Q&A to follow)
Introduction to Funding Databases: Thursday, February 9, 1-2pm (plus Q&A to follow)
Funding databases are an incredible source of grant opportunities for graduate students at all points in their graduate careers. This workshop will introduce students to popular databases (such as COS Pivot) and equip them with the tools to find opportunities that fit their needs.
The Art of Proposal Writing: Wednesday, February 22, 1-2pm (plus Q&A to follow)
Proposal writing, like all writing, is a craft. This workshop will introduce students to specific mechanics and strategies necessary to write successful proposals, and more broadly, how to shape a research project into something attractive to funding agencies. We will talk about how to tailor your research for different grants and fellowships, and ways to frame your project.
Avoiding Common Application Errors: Thursday, February 23, 1-2pm (plus Q&A to follow)
Walk-in hours will occur weekly in Wells Library, Room E546:
Tuesdays, 12-2pm and Fridays, 12-2pm