||Twelve Keys to Successful Grant Writing
||BCBS Auditorium 0001 Michael Hooker Research Center
Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
- 12:30 PM
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Designed for the grant writer with limited experience, this workshop starts from the premise that nothing succeeds like a good idea. But there are other important ingredients of success, from assembling a winning team to achieving a strong match between the idea and a potential sponsor. In all, this workshop presents twelve key concepts related to success in grant writing. It stresses the importance of planning, and presents the sponsor as a potential ally, not an adversary. This in-person, 3.5-hour workshop is designed for junior faculty and postdocs in any discipline. Spaces are limited, so we encourage you to register soon to avoid disappointment. Please only register if you know you can attend and cancel your registration if you cannot make it. This allows for those on the waitlist to be given an opportunity to participate.
Bob Lowman is the owner of Workshops for Grant Writers, LLC. He has spent most of his career working in executive positions in academic research settings and has presented workshops on grant writing at more than 50 colleges, universities and research hospitals throughout the country. As former associate vice chancellor for research and a research professor of psychology at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he served as senior advisor to the vice chancellor in the areas of research policy, planning, regulatory compliance, training and infrastructure. He also served as research integrity officer for the university for more than 20 years.