Grant Lab runs several event series--Grant Lab Chats, NSU Network Chats, and Lunch & Learn.
Additionally, in collaboration with other Division of Research & Economics Development (DoR) offices, we offer a New Faculty Orientation.
More information and links to register for these series can be found in the dropdown tabs below.
Grant Lab Chats is a "bite-size" grantsmanship series where each 30-minute session features a brief presentation on a finding funding or proposal development tip or resource, followed by Q&A with attendees. These events usually occur the 2nd Friday of each month from 12:15-12:45pm. Sessions are typically recorded for later viewing, so sign up to attend live and/or to receive the recording.
NSU Network Chats is an initiative that involves informal conversations with NSU researchers and practitioners to promote networking and an awareness of the scholarly expertise and activity going on at NSU. Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome! These events usually feature two researchers and occur the 4th Friday of the month from 12:00-12:45pm.
An annual Lunch and Learn series of 1-hour workshops (beginning each year in January) provides an introduction to grant writing basics. These workshops occur on subsequent Wednesdays from 12:00-1:00pm. Sessions are recorded for later viewing, so sign up to attend live and/or to receive the recording.
New Faculty Orientation, hosted by the Division of Research & Economic Development (DoR), is a biannual event (Fall and Spring) to provide faculty new to NSU with an overview of campus resources, personnel, and infrastructure related to supporting and enhancing their research programs.
For inquiries, please email GrantLab@nova.edu. (Note: New faculty are automatically invited to this event each year.)
Click the button below to navigate to a page of archived Grant Lab Chats sessions:
ACCESS RECORDINGS FROM PAST 'GRANT LAB CHATS'
Some funders have annual/biannual grants conferences that cover a variety of topics, such as major grant programs, tips for writing proposals, how to reach out to program staff, and more!