The Bio-Grid Program
The Bio-Grid REU program will continue from 2012-2014. While retaining its main themes from 2008-2010, the Bio-Grid will operate within a more broadly defined scope of Cyber-Enabled Systems. We anticipate an enriched summer research experience for student participants!
The program offers undergraduate students nationwide the opportunity to participate in research activities associated with the Bio-Grid initiatives conducted at the University of Connecticut. The initiatives aim at advancing the application of modern computing infrastructure and information technology to research and practice in various life-science disciplines. Specific research activities include several inter-disciplinary projects led by researchers at the University of Connecticut.
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UConn School of Engineering Professional Education Webinar9:00am
Friday, September 25th, 2020
09:00 AM - 09:45 AM
Storrs Campus WebinarThis webinar is held for anyone interested in enrolling in UConn School of Engineering Professional Education’s Master of Engineering, Advanced Engineering Certificates, or taking classes on a non-degree basis. Details about admissions, program curriculum and upcoming course offerings will be provided. Also, the webinar will dig-deep into what makes a graduate degree or certificate program in engineering so valuable for today's engineers and employers.
Register here: https://soeprofed.uconn.edu/meng-and-engineering-certificate-webinars/.
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- Sep 25 Math Physics Learning Seminar10:00am
Essential Skills for Grant-Writing10:30am
Friday, September 25th, 2020
10:30 AM - 01:30 PM
Other ZoomWith Alyssa Goduti, UConn DPP Adjunct Professor and President & CEO of Ädelbrook
The success of any nonprofit or government organization is contingent on its mission, vision, governance, ability to run quality programs and most importantly on its ability to raise funds. Organizations with the knowledge, skills and expertise to seek out and successfully win grants are more likely to thrive in this increasingly competitive funding environment. This session will help you better understand how to identify grant opportunities and develop winning proposals. Attendees will have the opportunity to practice grant-writing skills based on practical examples from their organizations or experiences.
What will you learn?
This session will provide vital information about how to approach grant writing in today’s competitive environment. You will gain an understanding of how to research and identify appropriate grant opportunities, develop strategies for approaching the grant writing process, and learn how to develop compelling responses to each component of the proposal. We’ll use real life examples to help you practice proposal writing for your organizations so that you’ll be better prepared to deliver compelling and winning proposals.
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