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Grant Writing Workshop: The National Science Foundation (NSF) - FACULTY


Jesse Morris, Ph.D.
Director of Research and Science
Office of Research Education
Research Associate Professor of Geography
Office of the Vice President for Research

Andrew George, Ph.D.
Associate Director, STEM Ambassador Program
Department of Communication









This is a REd Synchronous (live) class.

RED 910 | National Science Foundation (NSF) Basics online class recommended before attending this live (Zoom) workshop.

The Grant Writing Workshop: The National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty. Both workshops will be held on Zoom to help researchers develop competitive proposals for the NSF.

The workshop will cover the grant writing process from framing research ideas appropriate for NSF, outlining and drafting the core proposal elements, and addressing intellectual merit and broader impacts review criteria. Participants will share and receive feedback on their project ideas, research questions, and broader impacts activities from both peers and experienced grant writers.

REd Synchronous classes are taught by subject matter experts and provide both fundamental and advanced skills training in flipped classroom format. To register for upcoming trainings,  click here to view our calendar.


Last Updated: 11/17/23