We are excited to announce a webinar on grant getting sponsored by Division 17 and the Scientific Affairs Advisory Board (Erin Hardin, G. E. Kawika Allen, Sherry Wang, Frank Dillon, Brandy Piña-Watson, and Rachel Navarro). This webinar is perfect for students, early career professionals, or those who are just venturing into the world of grant getting. Please see announcement below as well as attached pdf.
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Division 17 Scientific Affairs Webinar
Connecting Counseling Psychology Research to External Funding Priorities: An Introduction to Grant-Getting
Monday, March 13, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT/ 12:00 PM CDT/11:00 AM MDT/10:00 AM PDT
Frank R. Dillon, Ph.D. Dorothy L. Espelage, Ph.D. Lisa Y. Flores, Ph.D.
University of Albany-SUNY University of Florida University of Missouri
Keith C. Herman, Ph.D. Zac E. Imel, Ph.D.
University of Missouri University of Utah
Learn the ins and outs of grant-getting from this esteemed group of counseling psychologists who individually and collectively have been awarded millions of dollars in external grant funding from a variety of federal agencies (i.e., Centers for Disease Control, Institute of Education Sciences, National Institute of Health, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institute of Justice, National Science Foundation, US Department of Agriculture). Take the unknown out of developing and submitting competitive grant proposals.
- What makes counseling psychologists competitive for external funding and for what funding mechanisms are we well-positioned
- Key pieces of wisdom and advice about pursuing grant funding and general proposal writing strategies (e.g., setting timelines, seeking feedback on grant proposals, collaborating with others)
- Specific recommendations regarding lessons learned about specific funding mechanisms (e.g., foundations, federal agencies)