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Fundamentals of Effective Research Grant Writing (UTSC)
September 10 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm EDT
Refreshments at 2:00; the workshop begins at 2:30.
Presenter: Bernie Kraatz, Vice-Principal Research and Professor, Chemistry
Graduate students who attend this session will learn key components of successful research grants. The session will break down the grant writing and evaluation process from the point of view of a successful research grant holder and an evaluation committee member. Factors that strengthen or impede a proposal’s chances to be funded will be the focus. This session is co-sponsored by the Office of the Vice-Principal, Research, and the Centre for Teaching and Learning.
Professor Bernie Kraatz, UTSC’s Vice-Principal, Research, has extensive experience in grant writing and evaluation, having written successful proposals for multiple national and international research funding bodies, and having served as a research grant proposal reviewer and review panel member for numerous local, national, and international funding organisations.
To complete the GPS credit for this session and/or get further help with your current grant proposal:
As a follow-up to this workshop, U of T graduate students can either attend a 1-hour session, “Strengthening and Editing Your Funding Proposal,” Tuesday, September 18 (2:30 – 3:30 pm) in AA160 OR schedule a writing and editing consultation on one of their grant proposals through the Centre for Teaching and Learning’s Graduate Writing Support program: http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/ctl/graduate-writing-support