WSU Office of Research Workshop: October 2, 2020

Join Fran Cook of the WSU Office of Research for a one-hour Zoom workshop, Friday, October 2, 2020.   Topics will include 1) WSU research office resources and contacts, 2) finding funding, 3) project budgeting and 4) grant-writing tips with time for questions and answers.  Two workshops will be held (choose either 1:30-2:30pm or 3:00-4:00pm). 

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Hanover Research: October 30, 2020 and January 22, 2021

Wichita State University is partnering with Hanover Research to provide faculty with three webinars designed to increase your grant-writing success and research competitiveness.  These webinars build upon our in-house workshop series, and attendance therefore requires participation in one or more previous WSU Office of Research workshops, such as one of those offered on October 2, or prior approval from Fran Cook, Training Manager.  If there is sufficient need, an additional WSU workshop will be added prior to the Hanover webinars.

  • Grants for Clinical & Health Sciences Faculty Webinar- Friday, October 30, 2020, 10am - 12pm.  An overview of agencies and opportunities specific to health sciences/clinical faculty (e.g. NIH, HRSA, PCORI), followed by a grant consultant panel with expertise in this area.
  • Building Your Research Career Webinar- Friday, October 30, 2020, 1:30pm – 3:30pm.  Topics will include: an overview of research opportunities for mid-career faculty, how to get back into research after a pause, incremental funding strategies, and program officer outreach.
  • Good vs Fundable Proposals Webinar- Friday, January 22, 2021, 10am - 12pm. This training will explore the difference between a good project and a fundable one, with particular emphasis on how to speak to funders’ expectations around innovation.  A panel of grant consultants from a range of backgrounds will follow. 
  • Faculty Consultations- Friday, January 22, 2021 - If you register and attend one or more of the Hanover webinars on October 30th or January 22nd, you will have a chance to receive a one-on-one consultation with a grant consultant expert from Hanover Research, who specializes in your area of research.  Only eight slots are available and faculty (or groups of faculty with similar interests) must provide a white paper in advance of the Faculty Consultation to be considered for this opportunity. 

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