Published: Feb. 7, 2022

The Research & Innovation Office (RIO) is launching its Spring Faculty Development and Workshop calendar for 2022​. Faculty are encouraged to explore the full range of offerings for the rest of the semester, including the faculty writing opportunities highlighted below.

Staff leading a workshopNSF CAREER Commit-to-Submit Writing Program Kickoff ​Workshop

 Friday, February 18, 1–2:30 p.m.   Virtual

If you are considering submitting an NSF CAREER proposal in 2022, RIO’s NSF CAREER Commit-to-Submit Writing Program can help. 

The purpose of the Kickoff workshop is to introduce the program and help eligible early career faculty explore their readiness to submit an NSF CAREER proposal for the July 2022 deadline. The workshop and writing program will be led by RIO Proposal Writer Diane Carillo and will feature a panel of campus NSF CAREER awardees. This program is designed to support proposal development from start to finish through individual/one-on-one writing and proposal development coaching, optional peer writing groups and red team reviews. Participants will learn the ins and outs of writing a competitive NSF CAREER proposal. CEAS Research Services Program Manager Molly Riddell will co-host to discuss CAREER proposal development support available to Engineering faculty. All eligible faculty interested in learning more are invited to attend.

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Note: Please register using your CU Boulder Identikey email.

NSF Broader Impacts Workshop

 Thursday, March 17, 2–3:30 p.m.  Virtual

Additionally, broader impacts support is a key component of the Commit-to-Submit program. Please save the date for this virtual Broader Impacts Workshop led by Alicia Knoedler, Head of NSF’s Office of Integrative Activities. More information to come; sign up below to receive updates on the event.

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2022 NIH R01 Proposal Development Support

Are you planning to submit or resubmit an NIH R01 proposal for the June 5, 2022 due date? We can help get you there. Led by Proposal Writer, Editor & Research Development Strategist Jim Mazzouccolo, RIO is offering two different programs to help you develop your R01 from beginning to end:

2022 NEH Fellowship Peer Editing Workshop Series

If you are considering applying for a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, join Donna Axel for RIO’s NEH Fellowship Peer Editing Workshop Series! From January through early April, participants will draft proposals and participate in peer editing to hone the narrative portion of their NEH Fellowship applications before the NEH April 13, 2022 deadline. After joining the Kickoff event, participants will benefit from individualized support as well as peer review workshops.

More from Research Development

Value-packed workshops for faculty are just one of many resources the Research & Innovation Office provides to support faculty. RIO’s Research Development team sponsors and identifies funding opportunities, develops research capacity among investigators, provides support for proposal development and facilitates multidisciplinary collaborations. Learn more by visiting the Research Development homepage, or through the bi-weekly RIO Bulletin, which is sent every other Tuesday.