Tue, Jun 15 | Online

Demystifying Complex Proposals

During this Brown Bag event, Dr. Peg AtKisson and Dr. Amanda Welch will describe what to consider and key strategies to lower the "activation barrier" for faculty and research development professionals who may be interested in pursuing larger-scale projects and centers.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Jun 15, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
Online

About the Event

Securing large, interdisciplinary grants requires attention to much more than excellent science. The ATG proposal development team works with clients on different types of multi-investigator proposals from multiple federal agencies, addressing both the human elements and the more tactical aspects of bringing together a large proposal.

During this Brown Bag event, Dr. Peg AtKisson and Dr. Amanda Welch will describe what to consider and key strategies to lower the "activation barrier" for faculty and research development professionals who may be interested in pursuing larger-scale projects and centers.

Dr. AtKisson will address team development and the creation of management strategies for both the process of preparing the proposal and for creating management structures that would provide sustainable leadership and success in the funded project or center. Dr. Welch will focus on how to engage in a deep analysis of the funder's solicitation to ensure a solid grasp of sponsor requirements and the creation of a coherent and compelling proposal.

As usual, we will leave more than half the time for questions and discussion following the talk.

Registration is Closed