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Collaborative and International Grants:

Securing the Funds

with Dr. Thomas Bryer

January 11th, 2023
2:00 p.m. - 6:20 p.m. (EST)

Collaborative and International Grants:

Securing the Funds

Wednesday, January 11th 2:00 p.m. - 6:20 p.m. (EST)

 

Dr. Thomas Bryer

Professor, School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, Orlando

 

Great ideas and solid research are just part of a winning project; one of the biggest obstacles to success is securing the funds necessary to carry it out. Often the pursuit is further complicated by involving other team members in this task. The rewards of including collaborators, both close to home and abroad, however, can garner great rewards. Having successfully led and secured several collaborations, both nationally and internationally, Dr. Bryer will take participants through some of the many considerations and strategies that may be employed. From determining what grants to apply for to assembling the team and writing the application, this workshop will give participants the tools to take their first steps in drawing up a successful project application, to revise successful individual projects to include multi-member collaboration, or to broaden their scope and impact through the creation of multi-national or multi-team ventures.

Outline

  • Navigating the field of opportunities

    • Determining the project fit

    • Eligibility

    • Feasibility

  • Key factors to consider when assembling a team

    • Identifying potential members and relevant expertise

    • Approaching team members (old and new)

    • Determining strengths and responsibilities

    • Assigning tasks and staying on track

  • Writing the application

    • Audience accessibility and simplicity

    • Underlining importance of the study

    • Highlighting team expertise and strengths

    • Demonstrating feasibility and strategies for success

 

Audience & Prerequisites

This workshop is designed for individuals interested in pursuing collaborative projects. Whether you have secured such projects in the past and are looking for tools for repeated success or you are just starting out, this workshop will provide important tools for academics at all stages of their careers.

Certificate Credits: 1

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