Webinar series for faculty seeking federal research funding continues March 24

Spring 2021 Faculty Funding Webinar Series

Research Development and Support, a strategic and operational office within the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, will host a series of webinars this spring for faculty seeking research funding from federal sponsors. The webinars are aimed at helping faculty diversify and strategically identify potential federal sponsors, develop relationships with sponsors, and craft highly competitive proposals.

Diversify Sponsorship of Your Research: Getting Funding from the Department of Energy

Wednesday, March 24
11 a.m.–noon CT
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This webinar supports faculty interested in research funding from the Department of Energy. It will overview DOE’s core mission in science and energy, research priorities, funding opportunities, and how to engage with the agency. Panelists will share tips for getting funding from DOE and answer questions.

Panelists will include:

  • Jesus Gomez-Velez, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering
  • Gabor Karsai, professor of electrical engineering and computer science
  • Sokrates Pantelides, University Distinguished Professor of Physics and Engineering
  • Jamey Young, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering

Finding Funding Opportunities: Strategies for Success

Tuesday, April 27
11 a.m.–noon CT
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This session will cover resources to identify federal and foundation funding opportunities, strategies for connecting with sponsors, and will include a live demo of the SPIN funding database.