A workshop series addressing the ins-and-outs of managing a grant
Just got funding for a new grant? Are you experiencing both joy and panic? Don’t worry, this workshop series and the resources provided will help you to prioritize and manage your grant while staying focused on the research.
This is an ongoing workshop series with rotating and changing topics. Registration is requested for all events; click each event below for more information.
Fall 2019-Spring 2020 Series
October 25, 2019 - Project Management: Project management is an essential part of being a PI, yet few of us are trained in this crucial skill. This hands-on, interactive workshop will expose PIs to the basic principles of project management and introduce faculty to modern project management toolkits.
November 15, 2019 - Personnel Management: Managing personnel--including students, staff, and colleagues--can be a challenging part of the job for PIs. In this workshop, PIs will use case studies and self-discovery to hone effective personnel management skills.
February 14, 2020 - Effective Collaborations: Scholarly work and research has become increasingly collaborative. Effective teamwork and collaboration is essential for projects to succeed. In this workshop, a panel of faculty will discuss various mechanisms for working in effective collaborative teams.
April 10, 2020 - Technical Tools for Collaborations: Research and scholarship collaborations can be enhanced through effective communication and setting expectations. This hands-on workshop will review several administrative and technical tools that are useful for managing collaborations, including memoranda of understanding, conflict resolution, and succession plans for research teams.
The "I'm a PI, Now What?" workshop series is co-sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development, Center for Research on Families (CRF), Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR), Office of Research and Engagement, College of Education, College of Natural Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the School of Public Health and Health Sciences.