NSF Workshop on Competitive Grant Writing at GSA 2017
October 17, 2017
Ready! Set! Grant! Join Division of Earth Sciences Program Directors at the NSF Grants Writing Workshop at GSA 2017
What: Workshop on Competitive Grant Writing
When: 12:15-1:15 PM, Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017
Where: WA Convention Center, Room 3A
Hot Topics at NSF Grant Writing Workshops:
- Merit Review Process
- Characteristics of Successful Proposals
- Building Quality “Broader Impacts” Components
- Postdoc Mentoring and Data Management Plans
- Identifying the Best Program for Your Proposal
- Submitting to a No-Deadline Program
- Common Grant-Writing Mistakes
- Emerging Trends in Geosciences
Can't make the workshop? Stop by the Division of Earth Sciences Booth #410.
Coming to the workshop? Stop by the Division of Earth Sciences Booth #410.
Seriously, stop by and see us at the Division of Earth Sciences Booth #410.
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