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2020 Summer Scholarship Academy - Shared screen with speaker view
ceng@calpoly.edu
01:13:44
thank you Amy - that was awesome!
Susan Tonik
01:28:00
If sponsored work generates patentable work, should it be reported to sponsor?
Ben Hawkins
01:37:38
referring to overhead?
ceng@calpoly.edu
03:07:00
Todd - can you add some tips based on your own experiences with successful proposals?
Todd Hagobian
03:15:17
yes
Amy Velasco
03:59:53
The way Bob has it set up is that you can only see official panelists.
Susan Tonik
04:02:52
Another source for collaborations is the student research symposium normally put on in each college
ceng@calpoly.edu
04:07:33
I've written R21 and CAREER proposals, with no success. I'm curious about any suggestions, best practices you have for targeting and being successful in writing AREA/R15 or PUI/RUI grants.
ceng@calpoly.edu
04:10:22
you should be able to talk now
ceng@calpoly.edu
04:15:13
From Tali: Can advertise on Handshake also
Susan Tonik
04:16:30
Jane Lehr usually hosts a meeting every quarter for students interested in research. It's a great way to connect with students across the university
Amy Velasco
04:18:08
Jane will also be presenting for this series on August 3rd.
Ben Hawkins
04:18:32
i like the idea of trying to motivate students to do research with a career as a researcher as an endpoint. having examples of non-academia research positions would be compelling.
Ben Hawkins
04:23:00
can you give examples of "easy" grants?
Foaad Khosmood
04:26:21
Ben: I would say all the local ones are typically easier. SURP, ORED grants, State University grants.
Ben Hawkins
04:26:44
thanks!
Amy Velasco
04:29:39
State of CA grants portal: https://www.grants.ca.gov/
Amy Velasco
04:45:29
Tyler Alvord, Julie Fallon, and Corrin Terrones are from GDO, supporting Engineering, CAFES, and CSM, respectively.
Amy Velasco
04:54:18
Thank you, Foaad!
Foaad Khosmood
04:54:46
:)