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UCLA RESEARCH ENHANCEMENT SERIES 2015 - 2016 (View Event Calendar)

The Research Enhancement Series provides grantmaking webinars to support researchers at all career stages. All events are free and open to UCLA faculty, researchers, postdoctoral scholars, students, and staff. PLEASE NOTE: In order to offer a wide variety of resources, this listing is a compilation of events presented by the UCLA Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research as well as some of our on-campus and external partners.

Note: the Research Enhancement Series has concluded for the school year and will resume in Fall 2016. You may see materials from previous events using the links below. Please subscribe to any of our funding opportunity newsletters for updates.

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Materials from Previous Events (Log in with UCLA ID required)

Note: you may need to complete an enrollment or registration process for our site to gain access. If after clicking the https://ccle.ucla.edu/course/view/UGC?section=3 link you see the message:  "This is the public display of the course site. You need to be associated with the course to view private course materials," please click on Enroll me on the right hand side of your screen under Administration. Select the course: UGC: UCLA Grand Challenges. You should then be able to access all past and future event materials within the Research Enhancement Series.

See materials from past events, such as recordings of proposal-writing webinars or presentations from other presenters throughout the year. Topics cover: writing successful proposals to federal agencies, including NSF, NIH, DoE, DOD, DoED, NEH, and others; strategies for success for new faculty awards and building research agenda; connecting with industry or foundations, and more. https://ccle.ucla.edu/course/view/UGC?section=3
GRANT WRITING RESOURCES

New Faculty Guide to Competing for Research Funding (Log in with UCLA ID required)

Note: you may need to complete an enrollment or registration process for our site to gain access. If after clicking the https://ccle.ucla.edu/course/view/UGC?section=3 link you see the message:  "This is the public display of the course site. You need to be associated with the course to view private course materials," please click on Enroll me on the right hand side of your screen under Administration. Select the course: UGC: UCLA Grand Challenges. You should then be able to access all past and future event materials within the Research Enhancement Series.

This 81-page-book provides an invaluable tool to help new faculty get started.  Addresses the key competitive strategies and grant writing skills new faculty need to master for funding success at federal agencies and foundations. (Click on the link to the left.) E-book

Strategies for Planning, Developing, and Writing Large Team Grants (Log in with UCLA ID required)

Note: you may need to complete an enrollment or registration process for our site to gain access. If after clicking the https://ccle.ucla.edu/course/view/UGC?section=3 link you see the message:  "This is the public display of the course site. You need to be associated with the course to view private course materials," please click on Enroll me on the right hand side of your screen under Administration. Select the course: UGC: UCLA Grand Challenges. You should then be able to access all past and future event materials within the Research Enhancement Series.

What all faculty and research professionals need to know about writing center-level proposals in a team environment This book is a step-by-step guide for faculty and research professionals transitioning to large team grants. (Click on the link to the left.)
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MORE EVENTS FROM OUR PARTNERS

UCLA OIP-ISR

First Fridays, workshops in Entrepreneurship, Industry Networking Sessions, and more events from the UCLA Office of Intellectual Property and Industry Sponsored Research: http://oip.eventbrite.com
UCLA CTSI Events Page Events, Workshops, and Seminars from the UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute: http://www.ctsi.ucla.edu
UCLA Graduate Division Professional and Career Development Site Provides graduate students and postdoctoral scholars with diverse opportunities to build practical, professional, and networking skills and mentoring relationships. Sponsored by the Graduate Division in partnership with many other campus entities: http://grad.ucla.edu/careerhub/
GrantSpace Webinars from Foundation Center GrantSpace, a service of the Foundation Center, offers information and resources to provide know-how for securing funding from foundations or individuals. Many of their online webinars, resources, and classes are free. http://grantspace.org/classroom/training-calendar/online/(list)/list

 

The Research Enhancement Series is offered through the Research Enhancement Office within the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.  For information or to propose topics for future events, please contact jsweitzer@conet.ucla.edu.


UCLA Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, BOX 951405, 2147 Murphy Hall Los Angeles, CA 90095-1405