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Write Winning Grants Seminar

Wednesday, October 2, 2013
University Inn, Best Western, Moscow
Check-In 8:00 � 8:30 a.m.
Seminar 8:30 am - 4:30 p.m.

Presented by Dr. Peg AtKisson, Ph.D.

Associate Member Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops, LLC

Write Winning Grants Seminar General Information:

Sponsored by Washington State University's Office of Research and the University of Idaho's Office of Research and Economic Development, this full-day seminar on successful grant writing will address both conceptual and practical aspects. Rather than what is usually presented � little more than how to fill out the forms and conform to what is covered in the instructions � this grant-writing workshop emphasizes idea development, how to write for reviewers, and tips and strategies that have kept the presenter, Peg AtKisson, Ph.D., funded continuously throughout her research career. This presentation is designed to be informative while at the same time, entertaining. An extensive handout that illustrates points made in the seminar will help maximize the value of this seminar. Plenty of time will be allowed for questions and discussion.

While the principals and fundamentals of good proposal writing emphasized throughout the program are applicable to the preparation of a grant application to any agency, in any discipline, NIH and NSF are used as prototypical examples. Dr. AtKisson also provides agency specific tips to increase chances of funding. This program will benefit anyone contemplating a competitive research application to federal and state agencies, as well as private foundations.

The Write Winning Grants Seminar is a pre-requisite for the follow-up
Mentored Proposal-Writing Workshop:

Write and Submit a Competitive Grant Application

Selected faculty personally work with Dr. AtKisson on their proposal submission. This is a 26-week long interactive opportunity to work with Dr. AtKisson directly to develop a proposal. This mentoring program offers ample one-on-one interaction to meet the specific needs of each proposal. At the conclusion of the Write Winning Grants Seminar, tenured or tenure-track faculty may competitively apply to enter this workshop. For more information and testimonials on the Proposal Writing Workshop Series contact Sammy Rodriguez-Flecha or Dan Nordquist in ORSO.

Interest forms for this series will be available at the seminar.

Cost: $95 Required workbooks: $80
(includes lunch and handouts) (additional requirement to attend)

To receive workbook at the seminar please order by September 18, 2013.
Workbooks ordered after the deadline will arrive approximately 2-3 weeks after the seminar.

To Register: Please fill out the registration form, submit by email, and send payment to ORSO. An e-confirmation will be sent after seminar payment has been received.

Registration Deadline: September 25, 2013
Please email Pam Kelley regarding late registration.

REGISTRATION FORM (Please Submit Electronically)

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