Webinar: Navigating Research Collaborations as a Teaching-Based Professor
When: Thursday, March 25, 2021; 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
National Institute of Health’s National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) is committed to increasing biomedical research capacity, including at institutions where faculty have significant teaching responsibilities. In these settings, research collaborations across institutions can be especially beneficial. An upcoming webinar explores this topic.
The panelists, all NIH Research Enhancement Award (R15) grantees who collaborate with principal investigators outside their institutions, include:
- Timothy B. Clark, professor, department of chemistry and biochemistry, University of San Diego
- Wendi M. David, senior lecturer, department of chemistry and biochemistry, Texas State University
- Megan Núñez, professor of chemistry and dean of faculty affairs, Wellesley College
- Peter Woodruff, associate professor of chemistry, University of Southern Maine
Following the panel presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions.
See the NIGMS Feedback Loop Post here for more information. To attend the webinar, visit the Zoom Meeting page and enter the meeting number 160 708 1032 and the passcode 668131. If you’re unable to attend online, you can join by calling 646-828-7666 or 669-254-5252 and entering the passcode. A recording will be available on the NIGMS website following the event.
National Science Foundation Virtual Grants Conference
The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs holds ongoing workshops for faculty and staff about various aspects of grantsmanship. View resources from past workshops here:
Funding Searches & Small Grants (2/2020):
Lindell Library research guide: Grant Funding & Management
Preparing and Managing Your Grant Budget (12/2019):
Powerpoint slides: Preparing and Managing Your Grant Budget
Handout: Tips for budget development
Broader Impacts and NSF (10/2019):
Powerpoint slides: Broader Impacts
Resource: NABI Guiding Principles Article
Overview of the Grant Lifecycle (8/2019):