Events and Services*
Planning and Writing Successful NSF CAREER Grant Proposals: 4 two-hour CAREER-focused grant writing sessions presented by Dr. Peg AtKisson (AtKisson Training Group).
Broader Impacts (BI) Seminars : Five two-hour BI-focused seminars cover basic to advanced concepts. Sessions include: BI 101; Broadening Participation; NSF CAREER; BI Partners; BI Identity; and Evaluating BI. Presented by ARIS.
Graphic Design: Have one key figure designed for your proposal.
External Grant Review: Receive expert feedback from one external reviewer.
Internal Panel Review: Receive critical feedback from up to 3 internal (UI) reviewers.
Editing: Receive up to ten hours of editing assistance to improve your writing's clarity.
*Club participants receive these events and services free. It is expected the Club members participate in all events and services.
|Planning and Writing Successful NSF CAREER Proposals
(Dec. 2; Jan. 7, 14, 21 @ 9am-11am)
|Broader Impacts Seminars
(Feb. 11, 25; March 11, 25; April 8 @ 9am-11am)
|External & Internal Review||X|
|Submit to NSF||X|
Assistant professors (or equivalent) who are eligible to submit NSF CAREER awards are welcome to register for this seminar.
Register here to sign up for CAREER Club.
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