Learn about opportunities for early career research funding.
Thursday, March 3rd the Research Community is invited to first Thursday coffee and donuts.
Located in the Albertsons Library – 1st Floor – MakerLab
There will be a Round Table discussion on opportunities for Early Career Research Funding facilitated by Harold Blackman, associate vice president of Research and Economic Development.
9 – 10 a.m. – Open forum to mingle
10 – 11 a.m. – Round table discussion
Learn About Opportunities for Early Career Research Funding
Opportunities Abound for Early Career Research Funding! The March 3rd Coffee and Donuts will feature a round table discussion facilitated by Harold Blackman, associate vice president of Research and Economic Development. The round table goal is to introduce the variety of early career funding opportunities available to new faculty, discuss strategies for preparing for and responding to solicitations, and highlight some lessons learned. During the hour round table, research development and grant specialist staff, library personnel, and faculty will present and share:
- Share “Funding Strategies & Opportunities for New & Early Career Faculty” toolkit, including resources for funding opportunities that span the disciplines
- Provide a template for developing your individual research plan
- Provide an NSF CAREER grant “Prep Sheet” to jump start attendees for the CAREER workshop on March 18
- Lessons learned from faculty who have recently submitted on a variety of “new faculty” funding opportunities
You can also sign up for a one-on-one with the Research Computing Services Department’s programmer, system administrator, or HPC engineer to learn more about research computing tools and resources.