Fall 2022 Faculty Grantsmanship Workshop

Date and Time

Wednesday, December 14, 2022 - 8:00am to 5:00pm
Add to Calendar 12/14/2022 08:00 AM 12/14/2022 05:00 PM America/Chicago Fall 2022 Faculty Grantsmanship Workshop

Planning and Writing Successful Grant Proposals

The Division of Research and Innovation is partnered with the distinguished AtKisson Training Group LLC, which is focused on proposal preparation and review processes that lead to increased external funding submission success. This research development faculty training is designed to convey the fundamentals of proposal writing, concrete tips, and operational strategies. The session combines a lecture format with engagement activities to fit the range of potential funding targets identified by UNT. The targeted learning outcomes include: 
 

  • Understanding the preparation steps before beginning the writing process; 
  • Learning techniques for creating a strong argument for the proposed project; 
  • Developing techniques for communicating the approach clearly; and 
  • Understanding how these techniques connect to the process by which a grant proposal is reviewed. 

Integrated into all sessions are ways to make the proposal process part of the everyday academic process and how to strategically plan for longer-term funding. 
 

  • Registration is REQUIRED.
  • Event will be held in person only.
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
  • Registering is a commitment to the full day.
  • Limited to the first 100 registrants on a first-come, first-serve basis.
University Union Room 333 - Jade Ballroom

Location

University Union Room 333 - Jade Ballroom

Description

Planning and Writing Successful Grant Proposals

The Division of Research and Innovation is partnered with the distinguished AtKisson Training Group LLC, which is focused on proposal preparation and review processes that lead to increased external funding submission success. This research development faculty training is designed to convey the fundamentals of proposal writing, concrete tips, and operational strategies. The session combines a lecture format with engagement activities to fit the range of potential funding targets identified by UNT. The targeted learning outcomes include: 
 

  • Understanding the preparation steps before beginning the writing process; 
  • Learning techniques for creating a strong argument for the proposed project; 
  • Developing techniques for communicating the approach clearly; and 
  • Understanding how these techniques connect to the process by which a grant proposal is reviewed. 

Integrated into all sessions are ways to make the proposal process part of the everyday academic process and how to strategically plan for longer-term funding. 
 

  • Registration is REQUIRED.
  • Event will be held in person only.
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
  • Registering is a commitment to the full day.
  • Limited to the first 100 registrants on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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