NSF Career Working Groups Being Formed
April 16, 2018
The Research and Faculty Development Team (RFDT) in the Office of Research and Economic Development is forming groups of faculty peers who are submitting proposals to the National Science Foundation Career program.
RFDT will establish regular weekly hourlong (or bi-monthly 90-minute) meetings at the same place/time, beginning the first week in May. We'll use a Doodle Poll to survey interested individuals to find a time that works for the majority. Off-campus participants may Zoom in.
The group will work on one section of the proposal per meeting. Prior to each meeting, participants will email their draft of the current section to the group to preview. During the meetings, an equal amount of time will be spent discussing each participant's draft section for the purpose of improvement.
Please contact [email protected] if you'd like to participate in a working group.
Also, remember to register for the 2018 NSF CAREER Webinar on May 15, 2018 at . Participants may submit questions about CAREER proposal development and submissions in advance of the webinar by sending an email to [email protected] Questions received by May 11, 2018, will be considered for inclusion in the webinar. ORED has registered for this webinar. All are welcome to join us from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday, May 15 in Morrill Hall Room 402.
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