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Writing/Designing Winning NSF Proposals Workshop

June 04, 2015

Greetings - We would like to remind you about this one-day workshop to be held at Baylor University. This seminar is perfect for those who want to submit research proposals to the National Science Foundation (NSF). It is taught by experienced faculty who have received various NSF grants and served as evaluators on review panels. You will participate in interactive exercises and discussions, and leave the workshop with a better understanding of how to research, write and develop your proposal.

You will learn how to:

·        Navigate the NSF website

·        Read and interpret RFAs

·        Compose the pieces of the NSF proposal

·        Develop and write the Intellectual Merit and Broader Impact statements

·        Understand the scoring and review process

·        Submit proposals that reach the top of competitions

 

Space is limited and this course will fill up quickly!

See More Details and Register Here  Course Fee - $375*

For more information on future workshops, visit our website or contact us at 1.866.704.7268.

You may also be interested in the NIH counterpart to this workshop 
on June 3, 2015

There is a $25/person discount available for groups or a $135 discount for those who take both the NIH and NSF workshops. Only the highest discount will be applied. 

Can't make it? We also have:
An Online Version of this Workshop



IACUC Board Meeting, Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

Researchers including faculty, staff or students, who use live vertebrate animals in research, research training, experimentation, teaching, biological testing or for other related purposes must have approval of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) which meets on a monthly basis to review protocols and research proposals.


IRB Meeting, Tuesday, July 14, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

The Institutional Review Board's monthly meeting is held to review research that is conducted or supported by the University of Texas at Arlington faculty, staff or students, in order to determine that the rights and welfare of the human subjects are adequately protected.


IACUC Board Meeting, Wednesday, July 8, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

Researchers including faculty, staff or students, who use live vertebrate animals in research, research training, experimentation, teaching, biological testing or for other related purposes must have approval of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) which meets on a monthly basis to review protocols and research proposals.


IRB Meeting, Tuesday, August 11, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

The Institutional Review Board's monthly meeting is held to review research that is conducted or supported by the University of Texas at Arlington faculty, staff or students, in order to determine that the rights and welfare of the human subjects are adequately protected.


IACUC Board Meeting, Wednesday, August 12, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

Researchers including faculty, staff or students, who use live vertebrate animals in research, research training, experimentation, teaching, biological testing or for other related purposes must have approval of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) which meets on a monthly basis to review protocols and research proposals.


IRB Meeting, Tuesday, September 8, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

The Institutional Review Board's monthly meeting is held to review research that is conducted or supported by the University of Texas at Arlington faculty, staff or students, in order to determine that the rights and welfare of the human subjects are adequately protected.


IACUC Board Meeting, Wednesday, September 9, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

Researchers including faculty, staff or students, who use live vertebrate animals in research, research training, experimentation, teaching, biological testing or for other related purposes must have approval of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) which meets on a monthly basis to review protocols and research proposals.


IRB Meeting, Tuesday, October 13, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

The Institutional Review Board's monthly meeting is held to review research that is conducted or supported by the University of Texas at Arlington faculty, staff or students, in order to determine that the rights and welfare of the human subjects are adequately protected.


IACUC Board Meeting, Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

Researchers including faculty, staff or students, who use live vertebrate animals in research, research training, experimentation, teaching, biological testing or for other related purposes must have approval of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) which meets on a monthly basis to review protocols and research proposals.


IRB Meeting, Tuesday, November 10, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

The Institutional Review Board's monthly meeting is held to review research that is conducted or supported by the University of Texas at Arlington faculty, staff or students, in order to determine that the rights and welfare of the human subjects are adequately protected.


IACUC Board Meeting, Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

Researchers including faculty, staff or students, who use live vertebrate animals in research, research training, experimentation, teaching, biological testing or for other related purposes must have approval of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) which meets on a monthly basis to review protocols and research proposals.


IRB Meeting, Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

The Institutional Review Board's monthly meeting is held to review research that is conducted or supported by the University of Texas at Arlington faculty, staff or students, in order to determine that the rights and welfare of the human subjects are adequately protected.


IACUC Board Meeting, Wednesday, December 9, 2015 - Center for Innovation, Room 215

Researchers including faculty, staff or students, who use live vertebrate animals in research, research training, experimentation, teaching, biological testing or for other related purposes must have approval of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) which meets on a monthly basis to review protocols and research proposals.


RCR Institute Offers Certification Opportunity Specifically for Students 

Graduate Studies coordinates the RCR Institute to promote the Responsible Conduct of Research on Campus.  The Institute routinely presents RCR-related workshops on topics such as research misconduct, data management, and intellectual property.  Although all faculty, staff, and students are invited to the workshops, students have the opportunity to achieve RCR certification through a combination of workshop attendance and other training opportunities.   Participants will be recognized with a certificate and a transcript notation once they have completed the requirements. 

Find more about the RCR Institute and the schedule of workshops here: http://www.uta.edu/gradstudies/admitted/edge/research.php.