Summer Grant Writing Workshops

The College of Arts and Sciences and the Office of Research & Innovation have announced the 2011 Summer Grant Writing Workshops. Registration is open through May 24, 2011.  

 

The USF Summer Grant Proposal Writing Workshop Series walks research faculty through the proposal writing and peer review process. Offered in three distinct tracks covering the grant proposal process for the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the USF Summer Grant Proposal Writing Workshop Series are led by faculty, each with significant federal funding experience. There will also be special sessions conducted by Train®, covering Grants.gov, responsible conduct of research, and the IRB.

 

The end product for many participating faculty is a competitive proposal that is ready for submission. Over the past eight years program participants have submitted 752 competitive proposals for more than $225 million, resulting in 277 awards totaling over $54 million in award dollars.

 

The program is open to all USF System faculty, staff and graduate students. A schedule of all workshops can be downloaded here. The syllabus for each track is available in pdf format:

 

1. NIH National Institutes of Health led by Cheryl L. Kirstein

2. NSF National Science Foundation led by Jeff Ryan

3. NEH National Endowment for the Humanities led by Roger Ariew

 

The workshops are underwritten by the Office of Research & Innovation and the College of Arts and Sciences. For more information, contact casresearch@usf.edu