Applications are now being accepted for the National Science Foundation’s Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant Boot Camp, sponsored by GrantSearch for Grad Students (GSGS) and the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR). This workshop will be held Friday, April 18, 2014 (12-4:30 pm in Machmer W32; lunch will be provided).
Applying for an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (DDRIG) offers the opportunity to secure funds to support your dissertation research and develop essential professional skills in proposal development. These grants are offered under a variety of program areas and international students are eligible to apply. Our interactive Boot Camp will provide tips for developing a competitive proposal and offer the opportunity to receive peer feedback on a draft of your DDRIG. In addition, faculty and previous DDRIG recipients will be present to offer feedback and answer questions about the proposal development process.
Attendance is by application only and priority will be given to students who have a DDRIG draft in progress for an NSF Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences program. You can access the application form here. Applications are due Friday, March 28th by 5 pm.
Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.
Categories : Dissertation Research, Grants, Workshops