Agency Sponsored Grant Writing Workshops
Each year, NIH conducts two Regional Seminars on Program Funding and Grants. These seminars explain the application and review process; clarify Federal regulations and policies; and highlight current areas of special interest or concern. The seminars are appropriate for grants administrators, researchers, and graduate students.
|June 25-27, 2014||Baltimore, MD||Register here|
|NOTE: There will only be one regional seminar in 2014.|
In addition to the Regional Seminars, NIH offers podcasts on various different grant writing topics (transcripts available as well). More information can be found here.
The two-day Regional Grants Conference provides key insight into a wide range of current issues at NSF including the state of current funding; new and current policies and procedures; and pertinent administrative issues. The conference is appropriate for new faculty, researchers, educators, and administrators.
|June 23-24, 2014||Denver, CO||TBA|
|Fall 2014||Washington, D.C.||TBA|
Presentation materials from the most recent Regional Grants Conference can be found here.
USDA/NIFA conducts various grantsmanship workshops throughout the year, providing overviews of competitive grants (including program goals and priorities); the grant evaluation process; and past funding statistics. The workshops are appropriate for researchers, educators, extension specialists, and administrators.
|No workshops are scheduled at this time|
Information on past workshops, including links to PowerPoint and video presentations, can be found here.
The Institute of Education Sciences periodically conducts webinars related to research funding. A schedule of upcoming webinars can be found here.
Information on past webinars, including links to PowerPoint presentations and PDF transcripts, can be found here.