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While there are many reasons an application may not be selected for funding, there are common themes of errors noted among potential sponsors. In this session, learn more about common grant writing pitfalls, strategies for overcoming those snags and how to increase the odds for crossing the funding finish line.
Solicitation, guidelines or request for proposal. Each grant opportunity will have instructions that need to be followed for success and failing to follow the RFP can cost you an award. In this session, you will learn how to find key information in the RFP and present great ideas that appeal to the values and priorities of the sponsor.
A budget is more than a statement of proposed expenditures, it is another way to express a research project’s story. In addition to being accurate, the budget must be aligned between a sponsor’s available funding and a project’s scope of work. In this session, you will learn how to build a strong budget and craft a winning budget justification.
Funding opportunities are available in countless fields and disciplines, including within the humanities, social sciences and the fine arts. With the focus of this session on these fields, you will learn about private and public sponsors that are available to support your research, scholarship and creative activities.
The WiSys Big Idea Tournament is an entrepreneurship competition open to undergraduate and graduate students attending University of Wisconsin System school across the state (except UW-Madison). The competition teaches cutting-edge lean startup business development tools, provides business mentorship and allows participants to compete at a state level for a chance to win seed funding for their idea.
WEBINAR: Funding Focus: National Institutes of Health AREA (Academic Research Enhancement Award) and National Science Foundation RUI (Research in Undergraduate Institutions)
In this session examine two federal programs created to support small scale research grants at institutions that do not receive substantial funding from the NIH or NSF. Their emphasis is on providing research experiences primarily for undergraduate students and enhancing the research environment at applicant institutions. In this session you will learn how to apply for these mechanisms and best strategies for success.