Upcoming Workshops, Tips and Metadata
Congratulations to the Grant Awardees of the Fall 2022 Cycle!
Those awardees who did not wish to have their personal information displayed have been omitted from the above tables.
For additional information about previous academic grant awardees contact:
Writing Fundable Grant Proposals in the Humanities and Social Sciences
September 21st (Tuesday), 2021 @ 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. (CDT)
Presented by: Dr. Noro Andriamanalina (Director of Academic and Professional Development, Graduate School)
This workshop is for graduate students seeking to apply for grants and fellowships within and external to the University of Minnesota. This highly interactive session will focus on general components of a proposal and strategies to increase your chances of getting funding. Examples of successful proposals for various types of funding sources will be discussed.
Writing Fundable Grant Proposals in the Sciences and Engineering
October 12th (Tuesday, 2021 @ 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. (CDT)
(previously scheduled for September 28th)
Presented by: Dr. Kumi Smith (Epidemiology and Community Health)
In the words of science writing guru, Joshua Schimel, "as a scientist, you are a professional writer: your career is built on successful proposals and papers." Why, then, is so little of our time in graduate schools devoted to writing? In this workshop you will learn the fundamentals of science writing, particularly as it pertains to writing winning proposals. We will discuss the importance of storytelling and persuasion as well as strategies to foster a sustainable writing habit.
Past Workshop Slides and Recordings
> Finding Grant Funding <
(Fall 2020; presented by the University of Minnesota Libraries)
> Writing Fundable Grants in the Humanities and Social Sciences <
(Spring 2019; presented by Dr. Noro Andriamanalina)
> Writing Grant Proposals in the Sciences & Engineering <
(Spring 2019; presented by Dr. Esam El-Fakahany)