Finding Funding

Databases for awarded grants:

NIH Matchmaker Tool

 

Databases for Funding Opportunities

 

 Visualizing Your Research

Wednesday, May 17 ||Presenters: Brittany Fasy, Computer Science, Aurélien Mazurie,Research CyberInfrastructure Group (part of University Information Technology), and Nika Stoop, CFE

Graphic abstracts and figures are valuable ways to communicate your ideas, both in grants and in publications. The workshop focused on principles of graphic/figure design, peer feedback on the participants' figures/graphics, and software demos.

 

Demystifying the Funding Process at NSF

Thursday, April 13 ||Presenter: Laura Stanley, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering and former NSF Program Director

 

How to be a PI

Wednesday, April 5, 2017 || Facilitators: Leslie Schmidt, OSP, Jamie McEvoy, Earth Sciences and Nika Stoop, CFE
Guest Faculty: Bok Sowell, Animal & Range Sciences, Mary Cloninger, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Suzanne Held, Health & Human Development
This workshop is designed to help those who are first-time PIs navigate the world of grants management. Guest faculty will talk about student mentoring/coaching, budget management, reporting, and other PI responsibilities.

Introduction to Writing Research Grants

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - Presented by Micaela Young (micaelayoung@montana.edu) , Pre-Award Specialist, OSP and Nika Stoop, Grant Training Coordinator, CFE

NSF Broader Impacts

The NSF Broader Impacts Puzzle: Strategies to develop a plan and ideas of activities

Tuesday, November 15, 2016 - Presented by Suzi Taylor (taylor@montana.edu) and Jamie Cornish (jcornish@montana.edu), Extended University

Learn more by visiting the Broader Impacts website of Extended University.

Science Writing

Communicationg Your Science Workshop - 2016 Syllabus

Schimel, J., (2012) Writing Science: How to Write Papers that Get Cited and Proposals that Get Funded.  Oxford University Press, USA.

Schimel, J. Writing Science: How to Write Papers that Get Cited and Proposals that Get Funded Blog.

Porter, R.  (2007) Why Academics Have a Hard Time Writing Good Grant Proposals. The Journal of Research Administration. Volume XXXVIII, Number 2, 37.

Williams, J.M., and Bizup, J. (2015). Style : lessons in clarity and grace, Twelfth Edition. edn (Boston, Pearson).

Giddings, M.C., (2015) 8 Concepts Every Grant Writer Must Master For A Successful Proposal!

Pinker, S. (2014) Why Academics Stink at Writing. The Chronicle of Higher Education: The Chronicle Review.

Pinker, S. (2014). The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person's Guide to Writing in the 21st Century. New York, NY: Penguin.

Sword, H. The Writer’s Diet Blog - Use the online WritersDiet Test to identify paunchy prose, then follow the no-nonsense advice in the book to strengthen and tone your verbal muscles.

Sword, H. (2012) Stylish Academic Writing. Harvard University Press, USA.

R. Porter (2015) Six Critical Questions to Launch a Successful Grant Proposal. NCURA Magazine May/June.

Randy Olson: http://www.randyolsonproductions.com/

 Edward Tufte, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information 

Marc J. Kuchner, Marketing for Scientists: How to Shine in Tough Times