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How Do I Get Funding? The Perspective from a PI, Reviewer and Panel Manager

How Do I Get Funding? The Perspective from a PI, Reviewer and Panel Manager

May 21, 2015
Louise Slaughter Hall (78), RM 2220
9:00am - 11:30pm

Join your colleagues for a guest presentation & an RIT faculty roundtable discussion on grant writing!

Dr. Carl Batt, Professor, Cornell University, will share his experiences from the perspective of a PI, a reviewer and a panel manager. He has been successful in obtaining over $70M in funding f...

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Best Practices in Mentoring Non-Tenure Track Faculty - Baylor University Workshop

Best Practices in Mentoring Non-Tenure Track Faculty - Baylor University Workshop

May 9, 2015
Gosnell A300
9:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Join your colleagues for a workshop on “Best Practices in Mentoring Non-Tenure Track Faculty” where a team from Baylor University’s Academy for Teaching and Learning will share best practices on their successful non-tenure track lecturer mentoring program including valuable information for mentor, mentee, and academic leaders...

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Congress Probes Possible Bias against Women in U.S. Science Funding

Congress Probes Possible Bias against Women in U.S. Science Funding

At the request of three Congresswomen the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has launched an investigation into whether gender bias is influencing the awarding of research grants, which would be illegal under US law.

There is evidence of gender disparity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) research at US universities and 4 year colleges—women hold only ...

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Meet the Women Scientists of TIME 100

Meet the Women Scientists of TIME 100

These five most influential women are pioneers in the field of science and medicine.

It will surprise no one to learn that women are vastly underrepresented in the field of science. But in this year’s TIME 100, five outstanding women who are making huge strides in the fields of medicine, genetics, and infectious disease, made the list.

Read more about these five influenti...

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