Funding Fridays Workshop 3: Framing is Everything: Making Your Research Questions Fundable

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Friday, October 14, 2022 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Online Event - Login credentials via email for registered participants

Next Up in Funding Fridays:  October 14     Workshop | Framing is Everything: Making Your Research Questions Fundable, with Mary Fechner (Proposal Development Specialist, Office of Research Development)

One of the challenges of writing a proposal is understanding how to effectively budget to support the research you want to do, and how to write a budget justification. Ideally, you should do this work early in the process, so that your proposed activities match up with your budget. This workshop will focus on how to write a preliminary budget and budget justification for your proposal. Speakers include Carrie Morrison Penland (Grants and Contracts Coordinator, ISSR) and Katie Smith (ISSR Associate Director for Research Administration and Operations).


About the Funding Fridays Series

Register once, for as many sessions as you need!

Grants funding can be critical to faculty careers, but difficult to pull off on your own given limited time. ISSR invites you to take part in a flexible, 8-session workshop series aimed at motivating, informing, and supporting faculty writing grants for submission.  

Stop by each week for remote workshops, writing sprints, and research design office hours that will help you stay on track for your goals, or hop on and off for only the sessions you need. Our registration form offers you a one-stop chance to sign up for the Funding Fridays sessions that interest you most, all semester long (*Note: a separate registration is required for the September 19 session on the ABCs of the IRB)

  • Missed the start but want to join in? No worries, you can sign up at any time. 
  • Already registered but want to add sessions? Send us an email, and we'll add your selections. 

All registered participants will be joined to the Funding Fridays Moodle course, where you will find a full library of helpful resources for all stages of the grant writing process. New registrants can review past materials, and seek support for early stages of grant development in our bi-weekly Research Design Office Hours.

Sessions meet most Fridays from 11 am - 12 pm on Zoom.  Put these dates into your calendar now to assure that you have a completed proposal draft by December! 


FALL 2022

September 30     Workshop | Finding Funding, with Marco Cocito-Monoc (Executive Director of Foundation Relations) and Loren Walker (Director, Office of Research Development)

October 7     Workshop | A Timeline to Success: Planning Your Proposal-Writing Process, with Katie Smith (ISSR Associate Director for Research Administration and Operations) and Sofiya Alhassan (ISSR Director of Faculty Research and Professor of Kinesiology)

October 14     Workshop | Framing is Everything: Making Your Research Questions Fundable, with Mary Fechner (Proposal Development Specialist, Office of Research Development)

October 28     Workshop | Budgeting 101: Creating a Realistic Budget, with Carrie Morrison Penland (Grants and Contracts Coordinator, ISSR) and Katie Smith

November 4     Workshop | Research Design: Matching Methods to Research Questions, with Jessica Pearlman (Director of Research Methods Programs, ISSR) and Laurel Smith-Doerr (Director of ADVANCE Program)

November 18     Workshop | So What? Significance and Broader Impacts, with Mary K. Green (Research Development Specialist, Office of Research Development) 

December 2     Workshop | Data Management Plans, with Steve McGinty (Social Science Librarian, W.E.B. Du Bois Library)
 
December 9     Workshop | You Did It, Get Ready to Submit It!, with Cristine Smith (Associate Dean of Research, College of Education)

ALSO | with separate registration

December TBA    Infosession | The ISSR/CRF Scholars Programs, a chance to learn about these competitve yearlong opportunities to take your research funding to the next level, supported by ISSR and the Center for Research on Families