Research Development

Workshops

 

The Office of Research Development, in collaboration with Foundation, Corporate and Government Relations and Grants Accounting provide faculty development opportunities throughout the year. For more information on educational opportunities, please contact the Office of Research Development at (210) 805-3036.

 

Current Scheduled Workshops

The workshop schedule for the Fall 2013 semester has not been finalized.

 

Workshops by Appointment

We understand the complexities of scheduling and parking. The ORD is able to take any of the following workshops to your location for a presentation at your convenience. To schedule, call (210) 805-3036.

Intro to Grants at UIW
An overview of grant-related offices, services, and procedures at UIW covering Foundation, Corporate, and Government Relations, Grants Accounting, and the Office of Research Development. This workshop will provide attendees with a basic knowledge of both pre- and post-award processes to aid in their search for and execution of sponsored projects. Designed for faculty and students.

Authorship: Issues for Faculty and Students
Who should be an author?  This interactive presentation and discussion focuses on standards and practices for responsible authorship and offers case study discussion featuring relevant issues for both faculty and students who wish to publish collaborative pieces. Designed for faculty and students.

COS Pivot - Platform Updates and Utilizing Search Capabilities
A walkthrough of account setup, searches, and automated alerts in the funding database platform.This workshop will familiarize attendees with effective use of search parameters and features for narrowing down thousands of funding opportunities to those most relevant to their line of research. Designed for faculty investigators.

Seeking Support to Fund, Present, and Publish Your Research
This workshop will provide attendees with a basic knowledge of current University resources (Pivot and Papers Invited) and searchable databases for research funding, presentations, and publication opportunities; assist in identifying appropriate opportunities for graduate students; and outline resources for seeking support in the development of competitive applications. Designed for graduate and doctoral students.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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