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Seminars and Workshops

Research Development Services hosts a number of writing groups in support of faculty pursuing extramural funding. See the navigation to the left hand side of the screen to identify our upcoming programs.


Schedule for 2020-2021 Academic Year


International Fellowships to Enhance Your Research and International Collaborations Webinar 

   September 25, 2020 
   Time: 10:00am - 11:00am 
   Location: This webinar will be hosted virtually via Zoom 

This information session will cover upcoming international fellowship opportunities and the Fulbright Scholar Program for all disciplines, focusing on eligibility and competitiveness tips, as well as the pitfalls applicants experience in crafting their fellowship applications. This info session will be presented by Carol Brodie and Emily Kotay, Associates in Research Development Services, who concentrate on fellowships and international research respectively.

Registration is required


Resources to Strengthen Your Research Collaborations in Mexico Webinar

   October 15, 2020 
   Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm
   Location: This webinar will be hosted virtually via Zoom 

This informational panel session will discuss ways to enhance your research collaborations or start a research partnership with collaborators in Mexico. Four panelists will discuss strategies for collaborating in Mexico, how to access funding support to support Mexico’s research strategy, and build collaborations with Mexican institutions, as well as discuss the Mexican perspective on forming research collaborations. The panel will be moderated by Dr. Andrea Romero, the Vice Provost of Faculty Affairs.

 Panelist speakers include:
Justin Dutram, Assistant Vice President of Mexico and Latin American Initiatives, UA Global
Dr. Nadia Alvarez Mexia, Director of Mexico Programs, UA Global
Dr. Elena Centeno, Director of UNAM-Tucson, UNAM
Dr. Maurice Magaña R., Assistant Professor, Department of Mexican American Studies

Registration is required. 




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