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NSF 101 Workshop: Brown Bag Lunch and Learn

March 28, 2024

Unlock the potential of your groundbreaking research! The Department of Biology and the Office for Research is pleased to host Dr. Suzy C.P. Renn, program director at the National Science Foundation. 

“NSF 101 Workshop—Finding funding opportunities, writing proposals, and mentoring others in these activities. It's something for all career stages.”

Unveiling the exciting world of scientific funding, the NSF 101 workshop empowers researchers at every stage of their careers. From navigating the intricacies of proposal writing to uncovering the perfect funding opportunity, this workshop equips scientists with the knowledge and skills to turn their groundbreaking ideas into reality. NSF 101 doesn't stop there – it fosters a spirit of collaboration by guiding and mentoring others in the grant-seeking process. This comprehensive program ensures that the next generation of scientific minds thrives, fueled by the power of secure funding.

When: April 3
Time: 12 – 1:30 p.m.
Where: Little Wood Room, Pond SUB
Zoom link: https://isu.zoom.us/j/83212364545
Refreshments will be provided

Suzy C.P. Renn Bio
Suzy is currently working as a temporary Program Director at the National Science Foundation, where her primary appointment is with the Behavioral Systems Cluster in the Division of Integrative and Organismal Systems (IOS). All NSF Program Directors wear many hats and Suzy has focused on cross-disciplinary programs and training programs. She is part of the research funding program for Enabling Discovery through Genomics (EDGE), Leveraging Innovation from Evolution (LIfE), and Neurobiology in Changing Ecosystems (NiCE). The alphabet soup continues in her work with training programs for students, Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP), postbacs, Post-Baccalaureate Mentoring and Research (RaMP), and postdocs, Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program (PRFB).


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