Workshops on Grant Writing
The Graduate School is hosting a series of workshops on grant writing for advanced graduate students and postdoctoral scholars throughout the fall semester.
An introductory workshop that assumes no prior experience with grant writing will kick off the series. This workshop will emphasize the basic aspects of grant writing, including types and sources of funding, grant terminology, and characteristics of proposals that have been funded.
The discipline-specific workshops are guided by principal investigators in arts and humanities, engineering, life sciences, medical sciences, physical sciences, and qualitative and quantitative social sciences, and are intended for individuals with some prior grant experience.
Registration opens on August 17 and is required for all workshops. Registration will close one day prior to each workshop date. Click here to register for a workshop.
The Introductory Workshop is open to all graduate students (regardless of program) and postdoctoral scholars and can accommodate up to 250 attendees. Students and postdoctoral scholars may attend only one of the discipline-specific workshops as attendance is limited to 50 participants per workshop.
The Introductory Workshop will be held in the Assembly Room of the Nittany Lion Inn; all other workshops will be in 102 Kern Graduate Building.
For questions about the workshops, contact the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School at 814-865-2516.
|Introductory Workshop||Tuesday, September 1||1:00 - 3:00 p.m.||Lee Carpenter||Presentation PDF|
|Arts and Humanities||Wednesday, September 9||1:00 - 3:00 p.m.||Michael Naydan||
|Quantitative and Qualitative Social Sciences||Wednesday, September 23||1:00 - 3:00 p.m.||Lee Carpenter||Presentation PDF|
|Life Sciences||Wednesday, September 30||1:00 - 3:00 p.m.||Michael Axtell||Presentation PDF|
|Medical Sciences||Wednesday, October 7||1:00 - 3:00 p.m.||Kent Vrana||Presentation PDF|
|Engineering||Wednesday, October 14||3:00 -5:00 p.m.||Michael Alley|
|Physical Sciences||Wednesday, October 28||1:00 - 3:00 p.m.||David Weiss|
* Materials are available in alternative media on request