Grant Workshops for Faculty & Administrators

Do you have an interest in seeking external funding to support your research or teaching?
Are you interested in learning more about the proposal development process?

Rider’s Grants Development “Boot camp” is a full-day (six hour), intensive workshop that will provide an overview of the grant writing process.  Workshop content will include a tutorial on searching for private and federal grant opportunities; a detailed overview of the major sections of a grant proposal; and  analysis of a Request for Proposals (RFP) in conjunction with a corresponding, funded application to demonstrate the principles of effective grant writing.  This workshop is designed for those faculty members with limited experience with grants. We encourage faculty members from all disciplines to participate.

Friday, May 23, 2014, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Please call 609-896-5333 to register.
Location: 
BMS TLC, Science Building, Lawrenceville Campus

In the 2014-15 academic year the Rider University Grants and Research team will host a Lunch and Learn:  You Got the Grant!  Now What?  This panel presentation will feature Rider faculty and administrators who will discuss the steps they took (or are taking) to implement their grant goals and objectives.  Participants will discuss budgetary considerations, challenges, troubleshooting, and lessons learned.

Date to be announced Registration coming soon.

For further information on Grants and Research at Rider, please call 609-896-5333, Ext. 7257 (Cathlene Leary-Elderkin) or 609-896-5019 (Denise Pinney).