Chapman University – Orange, CA
July 7-11, 2013
Registration deadline: Friday, May 24, 2013
This Institute will bring together faculty and administrators interested in preparing proposals for submission to external funding agencies. The four-day institute will consist of one-on-one work with a mentor, writing, small group discussions, and critiquing of proposals. The institute has been developed to assist novice to experienced proposal writers in drafting complete proposals for submission.
Please submit your application by Friday, May 24, 2013.
Please visit the CUR website to complete your application.
For any questions, please do not hesitate to contact MeLisa Zackery at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.783.4810 x 204.
The CUR Proposal Writing Institute will be held July 7-11, 201 at Chapman University, Orange, CA.
This Institute will bring together faculty and administrators interested in preparing proposals for submission to external funding agencies. The four-day institute will consist of one-on-one work with a mentor, writing, small group discussions, and critiquing of proposals. The institute has been developed to assist novice to experienced proposal writers in drafting complete proposals for submission. Prior to the institute participants will be able to access information that will help them begin to draft their proposal. Deadline is May 24, 2013.
More information available by visiting: http://www.cur.org/conferences_and_events/institutes/proposal_writing_institute/.
The International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) Service in the U.S. Department of Education administers a variety of international programs. IFLE continually seeks language and area studies specialists to serve as readers for grant competitions. Readers participate in a panel review of applications (usually no longer than one to two weeks), and are provided with modest compensation. Most reviews are conducted electronically, via the U.S. Department of Education’s e-Reader system, and travel will not be necessary. In cases where travel is necessary, readers are provided with roundtrip travel, hotel room, and meal allowances. The review process involves orientation, reading of the applications, and daily discussions with other panelists. Scores are based on U.S. Department of Education selection criteria. If you or anyone you know is interested in serving as a reader please visit the U.S. Department of Education Field Reader System Web site at: http://opeweb.ed.gov/frs/register.cfm to enter your information.
Faculty interested in applying for a Fulbright Fellowship are invited to attend this event led by Ruqayya Khan. Early-career faculty are especially encouraged to participate.
12:30 – Tehuacana Room (get lunch in Skyline at noon)
Capacity is limited to the first 30 who rsvp via this form:
Please address any questions about this event to Dr. Khan.
Please join the Open Access committee, the Library Activities Committee and the Beer Tuesday folks at a celebration ofInternational Open Access Week, 2012 and Trinity’s leadership in this important movement.
Date: Tuesday, October 23
Location: Gold Room (note venue change)
What: Beer, wine, snacks….and a celebration of all things open.
We hope to see you there. Bring your friends and colleagues!
Jane Costanza, Open Access Committee Chair
Douglas Brine, Library Activities Committee Chair
The Associated Colleges of the South have awarded $8,500 to Trinity in support of Virtual Collaboration for Grants Development, a series of on-line workshops to help faculty compete for federal and foundation funding. Coordinator of Research Programs Claudia Scholz led a team of faculty and administrators from Trinity, Southwestern University, Rollins College and the University of the South in preparing the proposal.