June 19-20, 2014
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
J. Ray Ryan Building, Room 204
Breakfast & Lunch will be provided
Application deadline: May 30, 2014
- In this interactive two-day workshop, you will learn the steps of developing a competitive grant proposal in health behavior, including identifying a fundable idea, determining which funders are the most likely to fund your idea, writing a winning grant application, and responding to agency feedback.
- The workshop will be facilitated by NIH representatives and senior level health behavior researchers from UConn with stellar records of obtaining external funding.
- Workshop attendees will have the opportunity to apply for a year-long mentorship by a senior level health behavior researcher! (To qualify for the mentorship, workshop attendance is mandatory.)
- You must be a faculty member at UConn-Storrs, UConn Health, or one of the branch campuses (graduate students are NOT eligible).
- You must have an interest in conducting research in health behavior or health behavior change.
- This workshop is targeting faculty members who have never been awarded a large external grant of greater than $100,000 per year (the total award across all years of the grant can exceed $100,000 but the per year award must be no more than $100,000). Faculty members who have received R21 and/or K01 awards are eligible to apply.
- You must submit an application by May 30, 2014 in order to attend (see below).
APPLICATION TO ATTEND WORKSHOP
- Download the application form by right-clicking the link below and selecting “Save link as” or Save target as.”
- Complete the Application Form, and email it along with a copy of your curriculum vita and a letter of recommendation from your Department Head to Donna.Hawkins@chip.uconn.edu no later than May 30, 2014.
- Once your application is reviewed and accepted, we will email you a confirmation and additional information.
PLEASE NOTE: The workshop is limited to 50 participants. Enrollment is on a first come, first served basis.
For questions about the workshop, please contact Deborah.Cornman@chip.uconn.edu.