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Workshop Index
 
There will be limited seating for all the workshops so please sign-up early. Further information about these workshops will be announced in The Informer , WSU News and on OROS's website.

HOW TO.... INCREASE THE IMPACT OF YOUR RESEARCH
FEBRUARY 22ND, 12PM- 1PM, NEILL HALL 416
 
   Learn strategies for widening the reach and impact of your research by sharing your work in openly accessible repositories, profiling your research interests,
and laying claim to your work using unique researcher identifiers. We will also discuss metrics that you can use
to measure the impact of your research in terms of citations, downloads, and social media engagement.

Speakers: Talea Anderson, Scholarly Communication Librarian
and Lorena O’English, Social Sciences Librarian

Feel free to bring your own lunch.

Location: Neill Hall 416
  • -Sign Up- (20 seats left) ( 2/22/2016 12:00PM-1:00PM ) Neill Hall 416

WSU COMMERCIALIZATION SUCCESSES
MARCH 3RD, 12PM- 1PM, LIGHTY 405
 
   WSU Commercialization Successes – start-ups, panel of WSU researchers with established startups

More information on this event will be posted in the near future.

Location: Lighty 405

Contact Kellie Klein @ kellie.klein@wsu.edu for questions.
  • -Sign Up- (39 seats left) ( 3/3/2016 12:00PM-1:00PM ) Lighty 405

PULLMAN:GRADUATE GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP
SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2016, 9:00AM - 5:00PM
REG. FEE: WSU $20.00, NON-WSU $25.00
 
   The purpose of the grant writing workshop is to serve as an introduction to the process of competitive proposal writing, to current trends in grantmaking, and to various skills and strategies that will enhance proposal writing success. The first session of this workshop will cover searching for and identifying funding opportunities, contacting sponsors, and developing a fundable idea. We will also cover research compliance issues and the institutional processing of a proposal. In the second session, we will discuss the typical components and characteristics of a competitive proposal and organizational strategies. We will provide examples and discuss issues that are relevant to the various groups of people who may attend. The grant writing workshop will also discuss budgeting issues. This introductory workshop is primarily designed for graduate students, but faculty, administrative professionals, staff, community members, and all those with limited grant writing experience are also welcome.

Please contact Hannah Merley, hannah.merley@wsu.edu for additional information.

Registration Fee: WSU Students $20.00 non-WSU $25.00

DUE BY: Friday, April 1, 2016 at the OGRD Office, Neill Hall, 423 before 3:00pm any day or mail checks to WSU-OGRD PO Box 643140 Pullman, WA 99164.

Refunds are unavailable due to cancellation. Sorry No Credit Cards.
  • -Sign Up- (32 seats left) ( 4/9/2016 9:00am-5:00pm )  Pullman: CUE 202

WSU COMMERCIALIZATION SUCCESSES
APRIL 7TH, 12PM- 1PM, LIGHTY 405
 
   WSU Commercialization Successes – tailored approaches, panel of WSU researchers with service centers, iBooks etc.

More information on this event will be posted in the near future.

Location: Lighty 405

Contact Kellie Klein @ kellie.klein@wsu.edu for questions.
  • -Sign Up- (40 seats left) ( 4/7/2016 12:00PM-1:00PM ) Lighty 405
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