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FSE Deep Dive Workshop Series 2021-2022

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Join us this year for a series of free Fulton Schools faculty workshops aimed at broadening understanding of various sponsor programs and facets of proposal development. These 45- to 60-minute monthly sessions will feature deep dives into program information, interactive panels with faculty and staff, as well as tips and tricks for developing competitive proposals.

Understanding NSF’s Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (IUCRC) Program
Monday, November 15, 2021
1–2 p.m.
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This session provides an overview of the IUCRC program, a panel discussion with faculty and staff and information on applying for, setting up and running an IUCRC.

Upcoming workshops

Maximizing Mid-Career Opportunities
Tuesday, December 14, 2021
1:30–2:30 p.m.
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This session will address some of the opportunities and challenges that arise in developing and expanding your research portfolio while juggling the demands of teaching and tenure.

Workforce Development: Developing Effective and Realistic Plans for Proposed Projects
February, TBD

Discussion on how to create meaningful workforce development opportunities within your research programs for students, professionals and those looking to shift careers.

Preparing for the NSF CAREER Program
March, TBD

This session will address key requirements of the NSF CAREER program, how to message your project idea to the correct directorate, tips from prior awardees and more!

Sponsored Fellowship Programs
April, TBD

This session will review various sponsored fellowship programs, requirements needed, templates available and campus resources available to interested students and faculty.

Working with Task-Driven Sponsors: Introductory and Advanced (2 sessions)
April, TBD

101: How to Develop a Task-based Project will address how to work with mission-driven sponsors (DOD, DARPA, DOE) that prefer task-driven project plans and budgets. 202: Tips and Tricks for Task-based Budgeting explores methods for strategically developing a task- based project plan/budget, what level of granularity is appropriate and considerations when planning project milestones.

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