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The RDO and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Grant Support Office presented a NIH Reviewer Panel Discussion and Q&A session. This panel provided an opportunity to hear from five accomplished NIH investigators regarding their participation in the NIH review process, including how this has impacted their grant writing efforts.
Paul Casella (MFA; Consultant, CCOM Office of Faculty Affairs and Development) presented a three-part series designed to provide you strategies to improve the clarity of your scholarly communications, both written and oral. Sessions included 1) Writing for Publication, 2) Writing an effective NIH Grant Application, and 3) Speaking for Success.
Analyzing the Research Funding Landscape
The RDO, CLAS Grants Support Office, and the Center for Advancement presented a session focus on the exploration of different types of research funding sources (i.e., corporate, federal, and private) to identify potential paths to fund your research endeavors.
Support for Teaching and Learning Research at UI
The Office of Teaching, Learning, and Technology Research & Analytics (OTLT R&A) presented a session on how they can offer support to UI faculty members interested in conducting teaching and learning research. In this session, participants learned more about the umbrella IRB process, along with other initiatives that address critical components of successful teaching and learning research.
Identifying and Capturing Research Funding
The RDO, CLAS Grants Support Office, and DSP presented a session focused on identifying and evaluating potential funding opportunities including tips and tools for developing competitive proposals.
Data Management and Sharing Plans for Grant Proposals
NIH, NSF, and many other research funders require data management plans as part of the funding proposal. A good plan may help you provide a more competitive proposal. This session coverd the foundational elements of these plans, campus resources and policies you can include in the plan, and look at some examples. Presented by Brian Westra, UI Libraries.
The Training Team from the NSF-supported Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS) organization conducted five interactive virtual workshops in the Spring of 2022.
To see recording links for workshops from the Spring of 2023, click here.