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Seminars and Workshops

Research Development Links

Annual Programs

NSF CAREER Grant Preparation Program 

The National Science Foundation (NSF) offers the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program annually. The Program is a NSF-wide activity that offers prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars. UA’s Research Development Services offers a guided program to potential applicants and interested parties that provides an overview of the NSF CAREER Program as well as proposal development assistance to those that choose to submit a full CAREER proposal. Learn more about the NSF CAREER Grant Preparation Program

NIH R Award Grant Preparation Program 

The NIH Research Grants (R series) comprise the largest category of funding by many of the NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs). UA's Research Development Services offers a guided program to potential applicants and interested parties that provides an overview of the NIH R series. Learn more about the NIH R Award Grant Preparation Program

Arts and Humanities Fellowship Preparation Program 

Fellowships are commonly sought after in the humanities. This program provides introductory workshops and writing groups for those interested in submitting NEH and ACLS fellowships. Fall 2017 will focus on the NEH Fellowships (April 11, 2018 deadline) and Spring 2018 will focus on ACLS Fellowships. Learn more about the Arts and Humanities Fellowship Preparation Program

Other Programs, Workshops, & Opportunities 

Research Development Services provides special workshops as well as ongoing research related training. Learn more about the Other Programs, Workshops, & Opportunities available