Posts Tagged: grant

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4/12 – Grant Writing Workshop with Dr. Karen Kelsky

Join us for a four-hour grant writing workshop led by Karen Kelsky, nationally-known academic consultant who  blogs as “The Professor Is In.” Dr. Kelsky will offer tangible strategies for grant-writing, including how to think like the selection committee, how to

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4/12 – Grant Writing Workshop with Dr. Karen Kelsky

Join us for a four-hour grant writing workshop led by Karen Kelsky, nationally-known academic consultant who  blogs as “The Professor Is In.” Dr. Kelsky will offer tangible strategies for grant-writing, including how to think like the selection committee, how to

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Professional Development: Brief Recap of the “How to Win Grants and Fellowships” Discussion

On Monday, December 3rd, Professor Timothy Alborn, Professor Dagmar Herzog, and Professor Michael Rawson shared their experiences and insights as both grant applicants and evaluators for a History Program professional development event entitled “How to Win Grants and Fellowships.”  I’ve written

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Professional Development: Brief Recap of the “How to Win Grants and Fellowships” Discussion

On Monday, December 3rd, Professor Timothy Alborn, Professor Dagmar Herzog, and Professor Michael Rawson shared their experiences and insights as both grant applicants and evaluators for a History Program professional development event entitled “How to Win Grants and Fellowships.”  I’ve written

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Professional Development: Telling a Wider Story in Your Grant Application

Dr. Karen Kelsky blogs about her solution for writing about how one’s proposed grant project fills a gap in the scholarly literature.  She finds that many grant applicants make the mistake of failing to demonstrate why his/her topic is worthy

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Professional Development: Telling a Wider Story in Your Grant Application

Dr. Karen Kelsky blogs about her solution for writing about how one’s proposed grant project fills a gap in the scholarly literature.  She finds that many grant applicants make the mistake of failing to demonstrate why his/her topic is worthy

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CUNY-GC Doctoral Student Research Grants

The guidelines for the Doctoral Student Research Grant (grants range from $250 to $1500) and the new online application form are now live.  You may view the guidelines at: http://www.gc.cuny.edu/CUNY_GC/media/CUNY-Graduate-Center/PDF/Research%20Funding/DSRGguidelines.pdf The application form is accessed through your Banner account.  After

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CUNY-GC Doctoral Student Research Grants

The guidelines for the Doctoral Student Research Grant (grants range from $250 to $1500) and the new online application form are now live.  You may view the guidelines at: http://www.gc.cuny.edu/CUNY_GC/media/CUNY-Graduate-Center/PDF/Research%20Funding/DSRGguidelines.pdf The application form is accessed through your Banner account.  After

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Assistance with Finding Grants and Fellowships

The Graduate Center offers assistance with finding grants and fellowships, as well as access to a number of databases for locating funding opportunities.  For information on funding search support the Graduate Center offers please see the overview of the Office

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Assistance with Finding Grants and Fellowships

The Graduate Center offers assistance with finding grants and fellowships, as well as access to a number of databases for locating funding opportunities.  For information on funding search support the Graduate Center offers please see the overview of the Office

Council for European Studies Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowships

At today’s “How to Win Grants and Fellowships” discussion, Professors Alborn and Herzog mentioned the Council of European Studies’ Pre-Dissertation Fellowships as a possible source of funding.  For more information please see the application website and description below: The Council

Council for European Studies Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowships

At today’s “How to Win Grants and Fellowships” discussion, Professors Alborn and Herzog mentioned the Council of European Studies’ Pre-Dissertation Fellowships as a possible source of funding.  For more information please see the application website and description below: The Council

CUNY PSC Professional Development Funds (incl. Conference Support)

PSC Professional Development Funds Information and Application Description: In accordance with the PSG-CUNY collective bargaining agreement, a University-wide total of $500,000 is available to support professional development activities for eligible employees in titles in the Adjunct series and Continuing Education Teacher series.

CUNY PSC Professional Development Funds (incl. Conference Support)

PSC Professional Development Funds Information and Application Description: In accordance with the PSG-CUNY collective bargaining agreement, a University-wide total of $500,000 is available to support professional development activities for eligible employees in titles in the Adjunct series and Continuing Education Teacher series.

New Media Lab $500 Grant for Digital Projects

New Media Lab Grant Information and Application History and Public Health Student Grant Beginning September 2012 the New Media Lab will offer $500 grants to support digital projects by Graduate Center students in the History or Public Health Ph.D. programs, or

New Media Lab $500 Grant for Digital Projects

New Media Lab Grant Information and Application History and Public Health Student Grant Beginning September 2012 the New Media Lab will offer $500 grants to support digital projects by Graduate Center students in the History or Public Health Ph.D. programs, or