Workshop Opportunity: Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) Dialogues

Monday, October 25, 2010 (Around 4 years ago)

Who: Faculty at all career stages, undergraduate research directors, grants administrators, development officers.

What: CUR Dialogues is designed to bring faculty and administrators to Washington, D.C. to interact with federal agency program officers and other grant funders. In addition, CUR Dialogues provides a setting for funders to learn of the interests, needs, and concerns of researchers and educators relative to funding opportunities. CUR Dialogues has spawned many ideas for grant programs, and have helped agencies to refine their program guidelines.

Where: Hamilton Crowne Plaza, Washington, DC

When: February 24-26, 2011

How & Why: Workshops and Plenary Sessions will: tell participants about grant opportunities in research and education, both new and ongoing; assist faculty learn how to find new funding opportunities; assist faculty develop grant proposal writing skills.

For more information visit: http://www.cur.org/cd.html

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