Each month we offer one- to two-hour sessions focused on specific topics related to research development. Topics might include finding funding, mentoring, proposal development, and broader impacts. Attendees also will be introduced to program officers at various national funding agencies and will be provided with strategies to approach and build the relationships that are vital to success.
Unless otherwise indicated, our workshops are open to all faculty, students and staff.
Research Analytics: Data analytics for the research support staff
May 12, 2023, Noon – 1:00 PM, via Zoom
Do you help faculty develop their proposals? Do you create reports for leadership? Do you want to learn how to use an Excel pivot table? Join Research Analytics in this “deeper dive” session on the Monthly Sponsored Projects Pivot Table, designed for the Excel-familiar, hands-on research administrator or development professional. You may access the file at: https://research.missouri.edu/research-analytics/reports-and-access
Hansa Magee is the director of RII Research Analytics. This team provides sponsored project reporting, competitive intelligence analyses and responds to the HERD survey for MU.
Research Analytics Competitive Intelligence Spotlight
May 18, 2023, Noon – 1:00 PM, via Zoom
This presentation will introduce Research Analytics Competitive Intelligence (CI) services. We will discuss the CI process and some use cases for CI insights such as program analyses, federal priorities reports, and potential collaborators by research area. We will invite participants to provide feedback and suggestions on CI services that would better support their research efforts.
Sabrina Woo leads the competitive intelligence function within RII's Research Analytics department. She has strengths in data manipulation and process automation. Outside of work, Sabrina enjoys singing and practicing Krav Maga.
Applying for NSF Supplements: REUs, RETs, & More
August 25, 2023, Noon – 1:00 PM, via Zoom
Sarah Polasky, RII Director of Strategic Proposal Development Services and Christie Terry, RII Director of Professional Development will explain the variety of supplements available through the NSF, different paths for applying for those supplements, and support available to help you create a successful request.