Each month we offer one- to two- hour sessions focused on specific topics related to research development. Topic 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. 

Upcoming workshops

Grant Idea Development: Starting with a logic model or theory of change

September 29, 2022, Noon to 1:00 p.m. via Zoom
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There are many different approaches to conceptualizing research projects. Join us to learn how starting with a logic model or theory of change can help you create a cohesive vision before you even start writing. We will discuss characteristics of a good model, how to develop one, and how to communicate your model effectively.

Participants are welcome stay online after the presentation for feedback/assistance from our presenter(s).

Crafting a Winning NSF Broader Impacts Plan

October 26, 2022, Noon to 1:00 p.m. via Zoom
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Join Dr. Sara Vassmer, Director of The Connector and Director for Operations for NSF-funded Center for Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS). She will discuss characteristics of a winning broader impacts plan and discuss tried-and-true broader impacts strategies.

Self-paced learning workshop archive

When possible, our previous workshops have been recorded. Sessions and additional resources are available for self-paced learning.

 

Contact Us

310 Jesse Hall
Email: muresearchprodev@missouri.edu Phone: 573-882-9500