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Research and Grants 1: Writing Successful Grants

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall , Room 618 66 West 12th Street , New York, NY 10011

Research and Grants 1: Writing Successful Grants
Tuesday, October 104:00-5:30 pmRoom 618, 66 W. 12th St.
Michael Schober, Vice Provost for Research Support and Professor of Psychology, David Ngo, Associate Provost for Research Support 

Hosted by the Provost’s Office of Research Support, these sessions do not require you to attend sequentially and you are encouraged to attend any/all as determined by your interests. Session 1 focuses on techniques and approaches for creating proposals for grants and sponsored projects that end up being funded. Topics discussed will include:

  • articulating how your project is exciting—addressing serious needs, answering important questions for the relevant audiences
  • meeting the funder’s overall mission and particular call for proposals
  • demonstrating your team’s credibility, positioning, and ability to deliver on the project
  • when and how it makes sense to talk with funding program officers along the way
  • getting useful feedback as you develop your proposal

To register for a workshop, please contact Please add the facdevnet calendar to your google calendar. The calendar is also available at And please refer to the faculty development website at the same address for information on all areas of faculty support including teaching and learning, research and creative practice, review and reappointment and resources for part-time faculty. 

Presented by The New School Faculty Professional Development Network. 

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