CAO and VP for Research Launch
Lunchtime “Learning Webinar Series”
October 19, 2021 – March 22, 2022
October 7, 2021—Dr. Malva Reid, Assistant CAO for Graduate & Online Education and Academic Partnerships, and Dr. Victor McCrary, V.P. for Research, have developed a “Lunchtime Learning Webinar” series on grant writing and publication topics. The goal of the series is to provide information that is critical to conducting research and publishing. “The guidance shared will be of benefit to veteran and newer faculty, as well as graduate students, who want to be better grant writers and improve their prospects to be published,” said Dr. Reid.
The first of the seven (7) webinars, entitled “IRB 101 for Faculty and Graduate Students,” will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, October 19th from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. (Click here for more information about this session.)
All webinars in the series will be held via Zoom, on Tuesdays, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m., on the dates below:
- Tuesday, November 2, 2021: Grant Proposal Writing Process 101
- Tuesday, December 7, 2021: Publication Writing Process 101
- Tuesday, January 11, 2022: The Nuts and Bolts of Writing a Grant Proposal and Publication—A Hands-On Workshop
- Tuesday, January 25. 2022: Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) Routing Process
- Tuesday, February 8, 2022: The Essentials for Successfully Crafting a Grant Proposal for The National Science Foundation (NSF)
- Tuesday, February 22, 2022: Learning How to Make Oral and Poster Presentations at National and International Conferences
- Tuesday, March 22, 2022: Career Opportunities in Regulatory Sciences (optional)
Participants who attend all 7 webinars (October 19, 2021 – February 22, 2022) will receive a Certificate of Completion*. In addition, those who complete the webinar series will have their names entered into a drawing for an Apple iPad—one for a graduate student and one for a faculty member. The winners will be announced during Research Week (April 4 – 8, 2022)—save those dates.
* Also, attendance at these webinars will be required to meet new guidelines from the Office of Sponsored Programs for faculty eligibility to submit grants proposals.