Are you looking for help in writing proposals? The Office of Research Development and Education (ORDE) offers multiple seminar series targeted to the University of Colorado Denver research community. These series are designed to give our researchers an edge when seeking external funding in today's highly competitive market.
Naomi Nishi, the ORDE Assistant Director for Educational Outreach, is developing the Faculty Seminar Series for Fall Semester, 2013. She recently completed an analysis of an on-line survey and series of interviews with faculty on both the Denver and Anschutz Medical Campuses designed to give us a better understanding of faculty needs surrounding the proposal development process. Based on your input, Naomi produced an Executive Summary outlining ORDE's future educational outreach efforts.
To be among the first to receive notice about upcoming Seminars, please sign up for ORDE updates. Also, let us know if you have a topic of interest you would like us to consider for inclusion in the Seminar Series or other educational venues. We look forward to hearing from you.
SEMINARS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION:
Creating a Compelling Case for Your Grant: Writing an Overview or Introduction that Captures Your Reader's Attention
Learn how to assess and write for your reviewers, and how to structure your grant overview (aka abstract or project summary) effectively. Hear from a seasoned principal investigator on how they have made their research compelling for sponsors. Two sessions are planned -
April 10th on the Denver Campus and May 20th on the Anschutz Medical Campus.