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Gear Up for Grants Seminars and Workshops

The Office of Research and Creative Activity (RCA) sponsors seminars and workshops on topics related to research and grants.

Most seminars and workshops are open to all faculty, postdocs, students and staff involved in research.  For more information or to register for each, click on the register link for each seminar description below.

2017-2018 Seminar Series

Seminars listed below are offered for the 2017–2018 academic year.  As seminar dates. topics, and other details are confirmed, more information will be added to this webpage. Please mark your calendar for these dates and check back again as the year progresses.

"Finding Federal Funding: The Budget"
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by David B. Lee from Lee & Smith, PC
TUES, OCT. 17, 2017 - 3:00-4:30pm - Memorial Union Hidatsa Room
David B. Lee will provide an overview of the federal budget and how that impacts federal funding.  For more than fifteen years, Mr. Lee has been an advocate for NDSU in Washington, DC, and has served as the institution's registered lobbyist.  During this period, Mr. Lee has helped NDSU develop and implement strategies resulting in more than $500 million in federal research and infrastructure funding. Mr. Lee is a founding principal of Lee & Smith, PC, a Washington, DC-based law firm specializing in federal legislative and regulatory matters.  The firm's commitment to ethical and vigorous advocacy has earned it an AV Preeminent rating, the highest peer review rating in the legal profession.  Mr. Lee is a frequent lecturer on matters relating to the federal legislative process.  His clients include public land grant institutions, research foundations, and municipalities.
Jolynne Tschetter from the NDSU Office of Research and Creative Activity will provide information on the federal programmatic request process.  NDSU may submit a limited number of requests for consideration by the North Dakota Congressional Delegation as part of the annual appropriations cycle.  This session will involve discussion of this opportunity and NDSU’s submission process.
For questions related to this seminar, please contact NDSU Research Development.

Pursuing Funding for Large Team and Center Grants
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Lucy Deckard, Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC
MON, NOV. 20, 2017 - 8:30am -12:30pm - Memorial Union Badlands Room
This workshop is interactive and geared toward mid-career and senior faculty who are ready or considering applying for large team or center grants within the next few years. Information on funding programs being considered is requested in the registration process. Discussion topics include: building and positioning your team, anticipating funding opportunities and assessing fit, developing a shared vision, building synergy and avoiding siloes, proposal planning and production, and characteristics of successful narratives.
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How to Write Successful Grants for Instrumentation 
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Lucy Deckard, Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC
TUES, NOV. 21, 2017 
- 8:00-10:00am - Memorial Union Room of Nations
This session discusses grants that fund instrumentation and equipment and how to develop a successful proposal for these types of grants. Emphasis will be on NSF Major Research Instrumentation and NIH Shared Instrumentation Grants, but other funding programs will also be discussed.
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Pursuing Funding in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Lucy Deckard, Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC
TUES, NOV. 21, 2017 - 10:30am-12:30pm - Memorial Union Room of Nations
This session discusses the types of funding available to support research in the humanities and humanities-related social sciences and how to be competitive when applying for these opportunities. This seminar focuses on how to compete for grants from the NEH, the NEA, and private foundations as well as grants to travel to collections and libraries.
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"Using PIVOT for Customized Grant Searches and Your Expertise Profile"
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Kay Sizer, NDSU Research Development
WED, DEC. 6, 2017 - 3:00-4:30pm - A. Glenn Hill Center, Rm #240
NDSU subscribes to Pivot, an online database that provides several useful resources: (1) customized grant searches with email alerts, and (2) a massive inventory of faculty expertise profiles. This workshop will be held in a computer cluster to allow attendees to practice while Pivot is being demonstrated on the big screen. Pivot is user friendly and free to faculty, staff, and students.  Come find out how to receive useful grant email alerts and how to manage your own expertise profile in Pivot.  Questions? Please contact NDSU Research Development.
Handouts:
Getting Started With Pivot
Tips for Successful Searches
Creating a Website Link to a Pivot Search

“National Science Foundation Program Director Visit”
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Dr. Brigid Mullany; NSF Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI) division
WED, SEPT. 13, 2017
9:00-10:30am -
Memorial Union Arikara Room - NSF Overview
12:15-1:15pm - Memorial Union Hidatsa Room
- NSF CAREER brown bag sesssion
SEPT. 13 & 14 - By appointment: one-on-one meetings with Dr. Mullany - (limited availability)
Priority will be given to faculty members actively planning an NSF proposal submission in the next year.
REGISTER NOW >> 
Dr. Brigid Mullany will provide an overview of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the funding opportunities within the Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI) division. Emphasis will be on the Advanced Manufacturing cluster which includes the following programs: Cybermanufacturing Systems (CM), Design of Engineering Material Systems (DEMS), Manufacturing, Machines and Equipment (MME), Materials Engineering and Processing (MEP), and Nanomanufacturing (NM).  She will also speak about the review process, the elements required for a strong proposal submission, and the benefits of getting involved in the review process.
Dr. Mullany will host a brown bag session on the NSF CAREER program and will be available for a limited number of one-on-one meetings.   REGISTER NOW >> 
For questions related to this visit, please contact NDSU Research Development.

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2016-2017 Seminar Series

The following seminars were offered for the 2016–2017 academic year. 

LIVE WEBINAR WORKSHOP - "Writing Successful Proposals to NSF CAREER
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Facilitated by Lucy Deckard, Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC
WED, APR. 26, 2017 - 11:00am-1:30pm - Quentin Burdick Building, Room 422
The Research Development office is facilitating participation in a live webinar focused on how to write a successful proposal to NSF’s Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER).  The workshop will be presented by Lucy Deckard of Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC.

Topics will include:
* How to decide when and if to apply for a CAREER grant
* How to position yourself and your research to be competitive for a CAREER
* How to structure your proposal
* How to develop an education plan
* Addressing diversity
* Keys to success and common mistakes to avoid
* A step-by-step discussion of each section of the proposal and what it needs to tell the reviewers
* How to analyze reviews and decide whether to revise and resubmit
* Questions and Answers
Participants will also receive a package that includes annotated excerpts from successful proposals and other helpful resources.

NIH COBRE Informational Session
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
THURS, APR. 6, 2017 - 3:00-4:00pm - Memorial Union, Arikara Room

Proposals are being solicited for the the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) program.  Dr. Mukund Sibi, Director of the NDSU Center for Protease Research, and Dr. Sanku Mallik, co-Director of the NDSU Center for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Strategies for Pancreatic Cancer, will provide insights and answer questions based on their experiences with the program.  
NIH COBRE Handout

"Interactive Grant Proposal Development Workshop"
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC
TUES, MAR. 21, 2017 - Memorial Union Prairie Rose Room
This highly interactive all-day workshop will cover setting your research and education agendas, identifying and understanding funding agencies, talking to Program Officers, planning your project, writing the proposal (section by section), understanding the review process, and interpreting and responding to reviews. Workshop materials will include the slides, examples, and additional resources and can be accessed online by entering your NDSU password. 

"FM Area Foundation Community Grants"
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Lexi Oestreich, FM Area Foundation Program Officer
WED, MAR. 8, 2017 - 12:00-1:00pm - Memorial Union Arikara Room
Lexi Oestreich, FM Area Foundation Program Officer, will visit NDSU campus on Wed., March 8, to present a Brown Bag Seminar from noon to 1pm in the Memorial Union Arikara Room.  She will talk about the FM Area Foundation Community Grants program and their topics of interest, in anticipation of their next application deadlines on April 7 and May 25.  FM Area Foundation will accept up to seven applications per calendar year from seven different NDSU units, but all potential proposals should be discussed with Ms. Oestreich before submission.   Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend the Brown Bag seminar.

"Education Outreach: Working with K-12" 
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Holly Erickson, STEM Outreach Coordinator for the NDSU College of Engineering; Dr. Chad Ulven, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering; Dr. Wendy Troop-Gordon, Associate Professor of Psychology; and Kristy Shirley, NDSU IRB Administrator.
WED, FEB. 15, 2017 - 3:00-4:30pm - Memorial Union Hidatsa Room
This seminar will provide advice and guidance for faculty who are seeking to develop collaborations with elementary and high schools and other organizations that work with children and students in grades K-12.  For questions related to the seminar, please contact NDSU Research Development.  

 "Best Practices and Tips for Creating a Successful Proposal Budget"
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Sponsored Programs Administration staff
THURS, JAN. 19, 2017 - 3:00-4:30pm - Memorial Union Hidatsa Room
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“Research Results: Beyond Publishing—Intellectual Property, Licensing to Companies, Starting a Company”
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Henry Nowak, Technology Manager, NDSU Technology Transfer Office
WED, DEC. 14, 2016 - 3:00-4:30pm - Memorial Union Hidatsa Room

This seminar will provide guidance for faculty, research staff, and students who are interested in learning how intellectual property (such as patents or copyrights) is handled at NDSU.  Information about NDSU policy and procedure will be covered, as well as advice on when and where to seek help from the Technology Transfer Office.  For questions related to the seminar, please contact NDSU Research Development.
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"Working with Industry"
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Jolynne Tschetter and Joycelyn Lucke-Love, Business Development Office
TUES, NOV. 15, 2016 - 3:00-4:30p.m. - Memorial Union Hidatsa Room
Presented by Business Development staff from the Office of Research and Creative Activity, this seminar will discuss tips and strategies that faculty members need to know when developing partnerships with private industry and other outside for-profit companies.  An overview of research opportunities and sponsored research agreements will be presented.  Other topics to be covered include confidentiality agreements and material transfer agreements and why these agreements are important.  Additionally, information will be provided regarding what to expect during contract negotiations, including some troublesome contract clauses. For questions related to the seminar, please contact NDSU Research Development.
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"Working with Corporate Foundations" (webinar)
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development and the Grant Resource Center
Presented by Kim Patton, Director of The Foundation Center Northeast
THURS, SEPT. 22, 2016 - 2-3:30p.m. - Quentin Burdick Building Room 422
Working with corporate foundations presents unique challenges and opportunities for campuses seeking to support initiatives and programming. Hear from an expert about cultivating these important relationships and the opportunities they present.
Webinar recording 

"Art Works and Our Town" (webinar)
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development and the Grant Resource Center
Presented by Jennifer Hughes, National Endowment for the Arts
THURS, SEPT. 15, 2016 - 2-3:30p.m. - Quentin Burdick Building Room 422
Colleges and universities are increasingly recognizing the potential of becoming involved in creative placemaking projects where public, private, not-for-profit, and community stakeholders partner to strategically shape the physical and social character of a community around arts and cultural activities.
Webinar recording

"Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES)" (webinar)
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development and the Grant Resource Center
Presented by Max Bernstein, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
WED, SEPT. 14, 2016 - 2-3:30p.m.  - Quentin Burdick Building Room 422
NASA supports basic and applied research in a variety of fields, including earth science, heliophysics, planetary science, and astrophysics. This research platform includes opportunities for faculty from multiple academic disciplines. 

"Grants from the Foundation for Food and Agricultural Research (FFAR)" (webinar)
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development and the Grant Resource Center
Presented by Sally Rockey, Executive Director, FFAR
WED, AUG. 24, 2016 - 2:00-3:30pm - Quentin Burdick Building Room 422
FFAR supports the mission of “sustainably nourishing the growing global community.” Established in 2014 under the Farm Bill, FFAR funds cutting edge research that approaches issues from all types of scientific perspectives, including anthropology, sociology, and technology.

"Using PIVOT for Customized Grant Searches and Your Expertise Profile"
Sponsored by NDSU Research Development
Presented by Kay Sizer from the Research Development Office
WED, AUG. 17, 2016 - 10:30-11:20am - Memorial Union Room TBD

2015–2016 Seminar Series

The following seminars were offered for the 2015–2016 academic year.

"NSF Day"
Sponsored by Research Development
This day-long workshop will provide background on the National Science Foundation (NSF), its mission, priorities, and budget. During the event, NSF will give an overview on proposal writing, NSF's merit review process, and programs that fall within the seven scientific and engineering directorates, as well as funding opportunities that cross disciplinary boundaries.  Representatives from each of NSF's seven directorates will be on hand to answer questions and to host discipline-specific breakout sessions to personally engage in discussions with attendees.
WED., MAY 18, 2016 - view agenda
$30 attendance fee.
REGISTER NOW!  (Registration closes Friday, May 6, 2016)

"Compliance"
Sponsored by Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA)
From NCURA's Life Cycle of the Award Series
MON., MAY 16, 2016 - 11:30am-2:30pm - Research 1, Room 148/154
Produced by the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), this three part webinar series is open to NDSU faculty, staff, and students free of charge. No registration is necessary. Videos and handouts of this webinar are available through the Moodle Learning System.  To access the videos – please go to https://community.ndus.edu/login/index.php  Your sign-on will be your NDUS sign-on (same as PeopleSoft). Use Google or Firefox as your browser (not Internet Explorer).

"Write Winning NSF Grant Proposals"
Sponsored by Research Development
Presented by John D. Robertson, Ph.D., of Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops, LLC
THURS., MAY 5, 2016 - Memorial Union Plains Room

This seminar will focus on NSF grant application guidelines.  It will help you:
* write for reviewers and "sell" your proposal
* develop ideas and organize your presentations using linear progression of logic to guide reviewers through your application, and
* write for two different reviewer audiences - those who have read the entire application before the review meeting and those who have not - and develop advocacy for funding in both groups.
Attendees will receive extensive handouts, including the slides and examples used during the seminars, as well as a copy of The Grant Application Writer's WorkbookView Seminar Agenda > >  REGISTER NOW

"Sponsored Programs: The How, What, Why, & Where"
Sponsored by Research Development
Presented by Sponsored Programs Administration staff members
WED., APR. 20, 2016 - Memorial Union Arikara Room
Information will be provided on NDSU research administration policies, procedures, budget development, proposal processing, and the award lifecycle.  Meet Sponsored Programs staff and learn about resources and tools available to assist with your grant activities.  This session is geared toward new faculty or those who are looking for a refresher on these topics. REGISTER NOW

"Award Monitoring / Award Management" 
Sponsored by Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA)
From NCURA's Life Cycle of the Award Series
TUES., APR. 12, 2016 - 11:30am-2:30pm - Research 1, Room 148/154
Produced by the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), this three part webinar series is open to NDSU faculty, staff, and students free of charge. No registration is necessary. Videos and handouts of this webinar are available through the Moodle Learning System.  To access the videos – please go to https://community.ndus.edu/login/index.php  Your sign-on will be your NDUS sign-on (same as PeopleSoft). Use Google or Firefox as your browser (not Internet Explorer).

"Broader Impacts Workshop"
Sponsored by Research Development
Presented by representatives of the Broader Impacts Network
THURS., MAR. 31, 2016 - 3:00-4:30pm - Memorial Union Arikara Room
REGISTER NOW!

"Developing Evaluation Plans for Grant Proposals"
Sponsored by Research Development
Presented by NDSU faculty members Dr. Jim Deal and Dr. Shannon David      
TUES., MAR. 22, 2016 - 3:00-4:30pm - Memorial Union Arikara Room
REGISTER NOW!

"Utilizing Institutional Data in Grant Proposals"
Sponsored by Research Development
Presented by Emily Berg, Director - NDSU Office of Institutional Research and Analysis, and Paul Kelter, Director - NDSU Office of Teaching and Learning
WED, JAN. 20, 2016 - 3:00-4:30pm - Memorial Union Arikara Room
This seminar will provide an overview of NDSU's Office of Institutional Research and Analysis (OIRA), including information on what data is collected and the analysis and reporting of the data on the NDSU community.  Collaboration with the OIRA will also be discussed.  Paul Kelter from the Office of Teaching and Learning will present on how institutional data was utilized in the recently funded $2.6M NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education proposal entitled "Gateways-ND." For questions related to the workshop, please contact NDSU Research Development.

"Award Negotiation and Acceptance" (a 3-part webinar series)
Sponsored by Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA)
From NCURA's Life Cycle of the Award Series
WED., JAN. 20, 2016
WED. JAN. 27, 2016
WED., FEB. 3, 2016
Produced by the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), this three part webinar series is open to NDSU faculty, staff, and students free of charge. No registration is necessary. Videos and handouts of this webinar are available through the Moodle Learning System.  To access the videos – please go to https://community.ndus.edu/login/index.php  Your sign-on will be your NDUS sign-on (same as PeopleSoft). Use Google or Firefox as your browser (not Internet Explorer).

"Early Investigator Proposal Writing Workshop" (interactive video seminar)
Sponsored by Research Development
Presented by TIG (The Implementation Group)
MON, JAN. 11, 2016 - 9:00am-12:00 pm - Quentin Burdick Building Room 422
Kelvin Chu, Vice President of TIG, will present an interactive video seminar on proposal writing specifically focused on early investigator programs. Dr. Chu brings significant experience with research development, program building, and administration of research capacity-building programs, in both academia and at the federal level.  He served as a Program Officer at the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR). Space is limited, and preference will be given to faculty who are eligible to apply for new investigator programs. For questions related to the workshop, please contact NDSU Research Development.     

"Pre-Award / Budgeting" (a 3-part webinar series)
Sponsored by Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA)
From NCURA's Life Cycle of the Award Series
THURS., NOV. 12 - 1:00-2:30pm  (Part 2) - Memorial Union Century Theater
MON. NOV. 16 - 1:00-2:30pm (Part 3) - Memorial Union Century Theater

Produced by the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), this three part webinar series is open to NDSU faculty, staff, and students free of charge. No registration is necessary. Videos and handouts of this webinar are available through the Moodle Learning System.  To access the videos – please go to https://community.ndus.edu/login/index.php  Your sign-on will be your NDUS Sign-on (same as PeopleSoft). Use Google or Firefox as your browser (not Internet Explorer).

"What You Need to Know About NIH Application Submission and Review"
NIH experts will present this webinar designed to give participants useful insights into the National Institutes of Health (NIH) application submission and peer review processes, with a focus on Research Project Grants (R01).
FRI., NOV. 6 - 1:00-3:00pm CST
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"Scaffolding Research Skills across the Curriculum, from the First Year to Capstone Courses"
Jenny Olin Shanahan, Ph.D.
Director of Undergraduate Research at Bridgewater State University
Executive Board Member of the Council on Undergraduate Research
TUES., NOV. 3, 2015 - 3:00-5:00pm - MU ARIKARA RM.

“Understanding the Federal Budget Process”
Presented by Lee & Smith, PC
MON., OCT. 26, 2015 - 1:00-3:00pm - MU PLAINS RM.
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"Proposal Development" (a 3-part webinar series)
Sponsored by Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA)
From NCURA's Life Cycle of the Award Series
OCT. 14 - 1:00-2:30pm - MU Century Theatre
OCT. 28 & 29 - 1:00-2:30pm -  Research 1, Rm. 148/154
Produced by the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), this three part webinar series is open to NDSU faculty, staff, and students free of charge. No registration is necessary. Videos and handouts of this webinar are available through the Moodle Learning System.  To access the videos – please go to https://community.ndus.edu/login/index.php  Your sign-on will be your NDUS sign-on (same as PeopleSoft). Use Google or Firefox as your browser (not Internet Explorer).

2014–2015 Seminar Series

The following seminars were offered for the 2014–2015 academic year.

"Write Winning Grant Proposals to USDA and NIH"
Seminar for NDSU faculty and researchers
with focus on U.S. Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA-NIFA) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants
Presenter: Dr. John D. Robertson, Ph.D., of Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops, LLC.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
8:00 A.M.–4:30 P.M.
NDSU Alumni Center (Available by Interactive Video at remote locations.) 
More information at https://sites.google.com/a/ndsu.edu/seminar/

"National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Regional Grant Application Writing Workshop"
Sponsored by NDSU, Concordia College, and ND Humanities Council
Presenter: Dr. Russell Wyland, NEH Deputy Director of Research Programs  Presentation Slides
Activities include an overview of NEH, overview of ND, SD, and MN state programs and initiatives, strategies for application writing, mock peer review panel session, networking and luncheon (at Fargo location only).
Free and open to anyone interested in learning about these opportunities and strategies.
Friday, February 13, 2015

8:30 A.M.–3:00 P.M.
NDSU Alumni Center (Available by Interactive Video at remote locations.) 
More information at https://sites.google.com/a/ndsu.edu/neh-workshop/
ND Travel Reimbursement Form

"NDSU's Corporate and Foundation Research Relations"
Presenters:  Dennis K. Anderson, Associate Vice President for Business Development, and Jolynne Tschetter, Ph.D., Executive Director of Corporate and Foundation Research Relations
The Office of Research and Creative Activity has two staff members actively engaged in business development, corporate relations, and foundation relations. Dennis Anderson and Jolynne Tschetter will talk about the types of assistance and resources they have to offer to faculty, staff, and students who may conduct research or other activity of potential interest to companies or foundations.
Thursday, January 22, 2014
3:00–4:30 P.M.
NDSU Memorial Union-Hidatsa Room
More information at https://sites.google.com/a/ndsu.edu/gufg/

"Using PIVOT for Customized Grant Searches and Your Expertise Profile"
NDSU subscribes to Pivot, a searchable database that provides several useful resources: (1) customized grant searches with email alerts, and (2) a massive inventory of faculty expertise profiles. This workshop will provide hands-on practice in using Pivot - each attendee is encouraged to bring their own laptop or ipad (with wireless) to practice while Pivot is being demonstrated on the big screen. Pivot is user friendly and free to faculty, staff, and students.  Come find out how to receive useful grant email alerts and how to manage your own expertise profile in Pivot.
Thursday, December 11, 2014
3:00–4:30 P.M.
Memorial Union-Meadow Lark Room
More information at https://sites.google.com/a/ndsu.edu/gufg/

"Research Resources Available Around Campus"
There are many units at NDSU that provide services and resources useful to researchers. Information about these resources will be shared, such as core laboratory facilities, library services, information technology, high performance computing, and Center for Writers.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
3:00–4:30 P.M.
NDSU Memorial Union-Hidatsa Room
More information at https://sites.google.com/a/ndsu.edu/gufg/

"Getting Started: Research and Grants at NDSU"
Geared especially for new faculty, this seminar will be an introduction to the processes one needs to know to get started with research and grants at NDSU. Topics covered will include the grant proposal process, proposal transmittal forms, resources on the web, as well as an introduction to grant budgets and understanding indirect costs.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
3:00–4:30 P.M.
NDSU Memorial Union-Hidatsa Room
More information at https://sites.google.com/a/ndsu.edu/gufg/

"New Faculty Welcome"
All new NDSU faculty invited.  Information packets and introduction of staff in the Office of Research and Creative Activity.
Monday, September 29, 2014
3:00–5:00 P.M.
NDSU Research 1 Building, Rm 148-154

"Writing an Effective GRFP Application"
Workshop on National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Co-hosted by NDSU Office of Research & Creative Activity, Graduate School and ND-EPSCoR
Presented by successful grant-writing coach, Alan Paul. 
Wednesday, September 11-12, 2014
Student Workshop: 9:00–11:00 A.M. or 4:00–6:00 P.M. Sept. 11
Faculty Workshop: 11:30 A.M.–1:00 P.M. Sept. 11 or 9:00–10:30 A.M. Sept. 12
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