NSF’s MRI program is designed for major instrumentation acquisition or development. Faculty are invited to a panel discussion on the program, which will feature CU MRI grantees. Grantees will share strategies for proposal development and answer questions from the attendees. This is a limited submission program, which means RIO administers an internal campus competition to determine the applicant(s) that will submit proposals to NSF. More information on the internal campus competition can be found here.
Designed for new faculty members, RIO will provide an overview of the office’s various units and roles in supporting the research and creative work enterprise on campus. From proposal writing support to developing strategic partnerships, RIO functions to catalyze ideas through innovation and transformation.
Early-career faculty are invited to a conversation on the Packard Foundation’s fellowships in physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, astronomy, computer science, earth science, ocean science, and all branches of engineering. Previous Packard Fellows will highlight their successful experiences and answer questions. Packard is a limited submission program, which means RIO administers an internal campus competition to determine the applicant(s) that will submit proposals to Packard. This workshop will be a great opportunity to learn what goes into a winning proposal in advance of the internal competition deadline.