Project Mapping Your Scholarship for the Public Good: Identifying Novel Questions and Matching Them to Funding
About This Event
This is a 3-part series and participation is required for all three events:
Part 1: Funding Opportunities for Collaborative Scholarship for the Public Good, Oct. 21, 2022, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Part 2: Project Mapping Your Scholarship for the Public Good: Identifying Novel Questions and Matching Them to Funding Friday, November 11, 2-4 p.m. A zoom link will be provided to accepted participants.
Part 3: Inclusive Collaboration Plans Friday, December 9, 2-3 p.m. A zoom link will be provided to accepted participants. In this workshop you will learn about best practices for developing an inclusive collaboration plan with your team to ensure project success and sustainability.
UPDATE: Registration is now closed.
It will be led by Barbara Endemaño Walker, Director of Research Development and the Special Assistant to the Executive Vice Chancellor for Diversity Initiatives at UCSB. She is a leader in the field of research development and co-author of the book, Funding Your Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences: A Practical Guide to Grant and Fellowship Proposals (Routledge 2017). Sarah Workman, Assistant Director for proposal development in the Humanities, will help with facilitating this event.
CUSE Interdisciplinary Seminar Grant Social Differences, Social Justice Research Cluster The Lender Center for Social Justice Office of Strategic Initiatives