Hosted by the Office of Faculty Development in collaboration with Institute of Social Science Research, Office of Foundation Relations and Office of Research Development
If you are a mid-career faculty member who has received tenure, you may be seeking ways to support your scholarly activities through pursuing new research directions and collaborations, sabbatical year projects, or restarting a research program after a gap in funding. If so, please join us for an information session and a faculty panel discussion on how to identify and evaluate funding opportunities for these three specific circumstances, including a brief overview of some relevant federal, foundation, and internal funding programs. Faculty panelists will share the funding strategies that led to success in their particular mid-career situation.
The session will also offer the chance to form small, ongoing cohorts of faculty grant writing accountability groups.
Moderator and presenter: Sarah Poissant, OFD Chancellor’s Leadership Fellow, Associate Professor of Communication Disorders
Mary K. Green, Research Development Associate, Office of Research Development
Marco Cocito-Monoc, Executive Director, Foundation Relations
Peter Chien, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, CNS
Krista Harper, Professor of Anthropology and Public Policy, Associate Director of ISSR
Alicia R. Timme-Laragy, Associate Professor of Environmental Health Sciences, SPHHS