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Writing a Successful Faculty Scholar Award Proposal

November 12, 2014 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Gainesville Campus, Nesbitt Building, Room 5105

Shelley Aikman (PSYC): “The Influence of Physiological States on Cognitive Task Performance”
Evan Lampert, Brandon Forrest, Paula Nolibos (BIOL): “Why Does the Oak Worm Have Its Stripes?”
Clayton Teem (PSYC): “An Island of Sanity: An Analysis of the Antebellum and Reconstruction Periods of the Georgia State Lunatic, Epileptic, and Idiot Asylum”

These presentations will allow faculty to learn about the award proposal process, and ask questions of previous award recipients. These sessions will offer insight and information on how to craft a successful Faculty Scholar Award proposal.

The Faculty Scholar Awards (FSA) funds tenure-track faculty members who are engaged in scholarly activities which require funding for (a) course release, (b) travel related to the project, (c) purchase equipment germane to the project, or (d) other justified uses of this award.

The RFP will be released early in the spring 2015 semester so this session is organized to give you suggestions from the 2014 awardees that may help you plan your proposals.

Besides providing an overview of their unique research projects, awardees will also share their experiences writing their proposals as well as the reviewers’ comments.

Representatives from the UNG Grant’s Office will also participate to respond to specific questions about the grant writing and indirect funds.

There will be three sessions addressing this material: one on each campus, please attend the session that is most convenient for you. All sessions will cover the basics of writing a successful Faculty Scholar Award.

To register for the workshops above, please fill out this *Workshop Registrationnew window form or email


November 12, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Brandi Hester, Office Administrator, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership


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3820 Mundy Mill Rd
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