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Getting Started and Staying Motivated: The Importance of Grant writing and Grantsmanship

Mar 19, 2021 from 10:00-11:00am, JCSU’s Dr. Tracy Brown-Fox, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Natural Science and Mathematics will speak during a workshop hosted by the office of Sponsored Programs, entitled Getting Started and Staying Motivated: The Importance of Grant writing and Grantsmanship. Faculty and staff are invited to the virtual workshop, which will provide perspectives for successful grant writers, principal investigators and grant-funded project directors to consider about how to manage the grantsmanship process, from grant writing to grant close-out.

Dr. Brown-Fox’s workshop will provide encouragement if you have ever:

  • been frustrated about how to start writing a grant proposal.
  • stopped working on a grant proposal due to myriad internal and external factors.
  • failed to get a grant award after multiple submissions.
  • felt stressed while meeting a grant proposal submission deadline.
  • been discouraged by the amount of paperwork required to administer a grant award.

Contact: Xia “Anna” Wood, xwood@jcsu.edu 

Please RSVP using the registration link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIlc-6orT8uHdEM5Ogb6Gc5uzi8bh5gwVx2

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