National Endowment for the Humanities Proposal Writing Workshop
Wednesday, October 12, 2022; 11-12:30 PM (MDT)
Dr. Victoria Sams, NEH Division of Education Programs, and Dr. Geoff Burrows, NEH Division of Research Programs, will lead this virtual workshop on writing proposals to the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). This event will provide in-depth information on what makes for a competitive NEH proposal. Examples of funded programs will be provided as well as tips for success with NEH funding. Learn more and Register for NEH Writing Proposal Workshop
INBRE Undergraduate Fellowship Applications
The Idaho INBRE Undergraduate Fellowship (INBRE Fellows) application for 2023 is now open!
Do you know any undergraduate students attending an Idaho institution of higher education who want to do hands-on research? If so, please share this link with them on how to apply to become an Idaho INBRE Fellow.
- Application Due Date: November 2, 2022
- Program Starting Date: May 15, 2023
- Conference Date: July 24-26, 2023
If you have any questions, contact Tracy Yarnell, program manager, Center of Excellence in Biomedical Research at email@example.com or (208) 426-2238; Julia Oxford (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Linda Liou at (email@example.com).
Research Development & Grant Writing Newsletter
The September 2022 issue of the Research Development & Grant Writing Newsletter is out!
This month’s Featured Articles:
- Select List of Humanities, HSS, and Arts Opportunities & News
- Where Research Begins: Choosing A Research Project in the Humanities and Social Sciences
- Getting the Writing Right—Newly Funded NSF ERCs
- New NSF Opportunities for Social Scientists
- Review Criteria Across Funding Agencies—What New Faculty Need to Know
- Editing, Revising, and Rewriting Your Proposal
- Preparing to Write Your Proposal
- Writing the Proposal
The Research Development and Grant Writing Newsletter is available to faculty, staff, students, and affiliates with log-in access to the Albertsons Library. This subscription is sponsored by the Division of Research and Economic Development with support from the Albertsons Library. For reference, previous newsletters are located here.