NSF CAREER Grant Preparation Program
The National Science Foundation (NSF) offers the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program annually. The Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers NSF's most presitigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars. UA Research Development Services is offering a guided program open to potential applicants and interested parties to provide an overview of the NSF CAREER Program and provide proposal development assistance to those that chose to submit a full proposal to NSF. The program runs from October to July.
The program includes an Overview, CAREER Recipients Panel, DC Visit with NSF Program Officers, Facilitated Proposal Preparation, and Proposal Review by a panelist of NSF experts. Learn more about the NSF CAREER Grant Preparation Program
NIH K Award Grant Preparation Program
The Mentored NIH Career Development Program ("K Program") provides an introductory session and mentored proposal preparation for early career faculty interested in applying to the NIH K funding opportunities. Topics include the following: overview, mentor/collaborator statements, environment/institutional commitment, specific aims, and individual coaching. The program runs from February to June or July (depending on the type of submission you are preparing); current NIH deadlines for Ks are: June 12 for new submissions and July 12 for resubmissions, renewals, and revisions. Learn more about the NIH K Award Grant Preparation Program
Arts and Humanities Research Program
Research funding in the Arts and Humanities spans federal funding agencies and philanthropic organizations. Learn more about Arts and Humanities Research Funding
Other Programs, Workshops, & Opportunities
Research Development Services provides special workshops (e.g. Grant Writer's Workshop) as well as ongoing research related training. Learn more about the Other Programs, Workshops, & Opportunities available
You can view topics and information (including presentation slides) on past programming from Academic Year 2014 and on here.