Texas Tech University


Finding Funding Workshop

Wednesday, Feb. 21 1:00-3:00
Thursday, Feb. 22 1:00-3:00
Library 309

Take the hassle and worry out of finding appropriate funding for your project.

Attend one of two workshops on Finding Funding to learn where to turn to find funding for YOUR project.

How do we work with Pivot COS? Why is it important to set up your profile in Pivot COS? What does Pivot COS do for ME?


Tuesday, Feb. 27 3:30-5:00
Wednesday, Feb. 28 1:30-3:00
Library 309

Are you planning on submitting an NSF CAREER proposal in the future? Attend one of two sessions on developing a competitive NSF CAREER proposal.

Hear from a panel of successful CAREER awardees, access exclusive materials, and receive a free-to-you copy of the NSF version of the Grant Application Writer's Workbook (an $85 value).

RSVP by Feb. 9

Broader Impacts Workshop

Wednesday, March 21 1:30-3:00
Thursday, March 22 3:30-5:00
Library 309

Don't let the Broader Impacts section of your proposal be the weak link that prevents your grant proposal from being funded.

Attend one of two workshop sessions on Broader Impacts to learn from successful examples of broader impacts activities and best practices in dissemination, and to develop your own broader impacts section of your proposal.

RSVP by March 9

Previous Workshops

Why Wait for the RFP? Crafting a Concept Paper for Fast Feedback

Learn about and practice developing an effective concept paper to discuss with the program officer. If you are interested in participating, send your RSVP to rdt.vpr@ttu.edu by September 8.

Did you know?

50% of NSF and 80% of NIH funding is awarded through unsolicited, investigator-initiated proposals (Cronan & Deckard, 2016). Funders want to fund good research, no matter how they learn about it. There is no need to wait until a formal call for proposals is announced to share your research project idea.

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TEMPLATE: Creating a Project Work Plan

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TEMPLATE: Crafting a Concept Paper

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