Introduction to National Science Foundation
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is a federal agency whose mission includes support for all fields of fundamental science and engineering, except for medical sciences. It funds approximately 25 percent of all federally supported basic research conducted by America's colleges and universities and is the major source of federal funding for fields such as mathematics, computer science, and the social sciences. This presentation provides an overview of NSF and how to find your funding home.
Presenter: Associate Vice President for Research Colleen Fitzgerald
When: Wednesday, September 23, noon – 1:00
Pivot Funding Database Training
Learn how to get started with the Pivot funding opportunity database, including creating an account and claiming a profile. We'll also review how to run a basic or advanced search, discuss helpful search tips, and review the new user interface.
Presenter: Sara Branch, PhD, Research Solutions Specialist
When: Wednesday, October 7, 12 to 1:00,
Faculty Share Their Stories: Finding Success in External Funding
Faculty with success at different funding agencies share their stories, struggles and successes in securing external grants and fellowships.
When: Wednesday, October 21, noon – 1:00
Strategies for Planning, Developing, and Writing Large Team Grants
Webinar for faculty who have been successful in winning single-PI and small team grants and are looking to transition to larger team and center-level grants. We will discuss how these larger grants are different, what the expectations of the funding agencies are for large team and center grants, successful strategies and common mistakes to avoid.
Presenter: Lucy Deckard, Academic Research Strategies
When: Wednesday, November 4, noon to 2:00 – note extended time
Registration link: https://tamucc.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6ifAOQvk0yGWi4B
Keys to a Competitive NSF CAREER
One of the most prestigious awards for early investigators, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) requires an integrated plan for innovative research and education that sets the stage for a high-impact career. In this webinar, we will address:
Presenter: Hanover Research
When: Wednesday, November 18, noon to 1:00