August 21, 2018

Greetings!

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) is offering workshops this semester on a variety of public grant topics. September workshops are noted below along with a link to register. Looking forward to seeing you at a workshop!

Grant Proposal Development: Tips and Techniques
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 10 am-12 Noon
L2135 CTE Conference Room

Have you ever considered writing a grant but don’t know where to start? This workshop will cover the basics of grant proposal development. It will provide easy to follow guidelines that are applicable to numerous grant types including review of the RFP, essential elements of all proposals, project design techniques, and basic budget tips. Examples of successful proposals will be shared. Register early to reserve your seat by clicking the link below.

Grant Proposal Development: Tips and Techniques

 
Budget Development: Creating a Comprehensive Grant Proposal Budget
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 2:00-4:00 pm
L2135 – CTE Conference Room

The budget is an essential component of any grant proposal. This workshop will review the common elements required in a budget. Learn how to construct a grant proposal budget that meets the needs of the research/project while keeping within the sponsors’ guidelines and limits.

Register to reserve your seat by clicking the link below.

Grant Budget Development: Creating a Comprehensive Grant Proposal Budget

 
Everything You Need To Know About the National Science Foundation (NSF)
November 15, 2018 2:00-4:00 pm
B3650

Presented by Dr. Charles Pibel, SST Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, this workshop will outline NSF's mission within the Federal Government's Science and Technology enterprise. Dr. Pibel will discuss the numerous opportunities for funding that faculty and students at GGC have available to them through NSF. Charles is well versed on the subject having been associated with NSF for over 12 years where he was program director in the chemistry division. In addition, members of the SST faculty who have attended NSF sponsored workshops will be on hand to share their experiences. Register for this workshop soon by using the link below.

Everything You Need To Know About the National Science Foundation

 

Access ORSP's Recent Workshop Presentations

Access slides of workshops (PDF requires login through MyGGC) presented by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

Contact Dr. Cathy Hakes at chakes@ggc.edu if there are any grant-related topics you wish for ORSP to conduct.