Faculty Development and Training
Research and Faculty Development offers faculty training programs designed to enhance the skills that lead to successful proposals, from finding funding opportunities, to interacting with program officers, to writing effective project narratives.
BROADER IMPACTS 101: A Workshop on the National Science Foundation’s Broader Impact Criterion
Wednesday, November 6, 2019—Horizon Room, Idaho Student Union Building (formerly the Idaho Commons)
Recognizing the importance of Broader Impacts (BI) in developing competitive proposals for the National Science Foundation, the University of Idaho Office of Research and Faculty Development, Idaho EPSCoR, and Washington State University are co-sponsoring BI 101. This unique, half-day training event will be presented by Dr. Jory Weintraub, Science Communication Program Director with the Duke University Initiative for Science and Society. Dr. Weintraub is a founding member of and BI trainer for the NSF-funded center, Advancing Research Impact in Society.
Reservations are required. Please register via Eventbrite.
Faculty Success SeminarsLet Us Be Your Guide Through the Proposal Development Process!
View the academic year 19-20 schedule of Faculty Success Seminars. Seminars will be held in IRIC 305 from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. PT or via Zoom: uidaho.zoom.us/j/798224314. All seminars will be recorded and available on our website.
All U of I faculty, staff, and graduate students are welcome to attend.
The Office of Research and Faculty Development invite you to join us on October 9, 2019, to learn about research funding opportunities from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). DARPA Program Officials from the Biological Technologies Office (BTO), the Defense Sciences Office (DSO), and the Information Innovation Office (I2O) (description of offices provided here - PDF) will be on campus for this all-day event.
Interested faculty members, postdocs, and graduate students are invited to attend. All participants are strongly encouraged to present a poster. Registration is required.
An outline of the day’s events and the registration form are here.