Grant Writing Seminar
October 18, 2019
This one-day workshop presents sharp, concise information designed to help faculty write better grant proposals. It is primarily aimed at early career faculty or faculty with limited grant writing experience, but all faculty are welcome to attend. This workshop is offered at no cost to faculty by virtue of sponsorship from the Research Office and each faculty member’s college.
The workshop will be held this year on October 18 at the WVU Law School, Event Hall, Room 180. Registration information will be sent out in mid-Aug through ENEWS and the Teaching and Learning Commons listserv. Contact Deanna Messenger for more information.
West Virginia University Research Office Initiative for Research Development Inaugural Workshop
This workshop is designed for all tenure-track and tenured faculty seeking funding for a research project or planning a proposal.
The WIReD workshop is designed to help investigators communicate the most essential components of their proposal into the project abstract or specific aims, frame the project significance within the larger disciplinary context, and emphasize the impact and potential novelty of the project.
The inaugural WIReD cohort will meet for six, one-hour sessions during the Spring 2019 Semester. Light breakfast will be provided.
This initiative and series has been developed and will be presented by Associate Vice President for Research Development, Dr. Sheena Murphy and Assistant Vice President for Research Administration, Dr. Katie Stores.
For additional information please contact Dr. Sheena Murphy.
Workshops are scheduled for the listed Tuesdays from 8:15 am to 9:15 am:
- January 22
- February 5
- February 19
- March 5
- March 19
- April 2
- April 16 (optional)
Brief online applications are due by Tuesday, January 15.Online Application