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Best Practices for Grant Proposal Development: NSF, NIH, IMLS, IARPA, Amazon, and Google, etc.
Friday, 30/Oct/2020:
1:00pm - 5:00pm

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ID: 204 / [Single Presentation of ID 204]: 1
4 hours
Topics: Data Science; Analytics; and Visualization
Keywords: Grant, Proposal, Funding

Best Practices for Grant Proposal Development: NSF, NIH, IMLS, IARPA, Amazon, and Google, etc.

Amir Karami1, Kevin Crowston6, Kenneth R. Fleischmann2, Javed Mostafa3, Xia Lin4, Chirag Shah5, Jana Diesner8, Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi3, Catherine Dumas7, Jennifer Stromer-Galley1

1Syracuse University, USA; 2University of Texas at Austin, USA; 3University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; 4Drexel University, USA; 5University of Washington, USA; 6University of South Carolina, USA; 7Simmons University, USA; 8University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Proposal development is an essential skill for academics of all ranks. During proposal development, researchers can better organize their thoughts for what they want to plan and achieve in a research project. Even if research proposal is not awarded, the exercise of proposal writing is often beneficial to the research process. Today, one’s ability to seek and receive funding from grant agencies is often used as a yardstick for important personnel decisions by academic institutions. However, researchers, especially junior faculty members, who are just starting their careers often have limited experience with the grant development process. The goal of this half-day workshop is to provide practical guides to investigators, enhancing their understanding of the process and their abilities to write a successful external grant proposal. Participants will have the opportunity to learn best practices from senior scholars who have been awarded several external grants from multiple agencies and agreed to present in this workshop.

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