thank you Amy - that was awesome!
If sponsored work generates patentable work, should it be reported to sponsor?
referring to overhead?
Todd - can you add some tips based on your own experiences with successful proposals?
The way Bob has it set up is that you can only see official panelists.
Another source for collaborations is the student research symposium normally put on in each college
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.
you should be able to talk now
From Tali: Can advertise on Handshake also
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
Jane will also be presenting for this series on August 3rd.
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.
can you give examples of "easy" grants?
Ben: I would say all the local ones are typically easier. SURP, ORED grants, State University grants.
State of CA grants portal: https://www.grants.ca.gov/
Tyler Alvord, Julie Fallon, and Corrin Terrones are from GDO, supporting Engineering, CAFES, and CSM, respectively.
Thank you, Foaad!