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SDSU CAREER Cohort (2023)

Early career faculty planning to submit an application to the National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development Program (aka the NSF CAREER) are welcome to join a cohort of SDSU faculty for accountability and support.

The program, led by the Division of Research, guides faculty from concept to submission, starting in the fall through submission in late July. Members can enlist an external consultant for proposal review, in addition to guidance on application components unique to a competitive CAREER proposal. 

For more information, contact Jessica Andrews, grant development specialist, in the Division of Research. 

Previous Events & Training

When: Wed, Dec. 7, 3:30-5 p.m. Central
Where: American Indian Student Center (SAISC) 100 Classroom and Zoom
Presenters: Sarah Bad Warrior-Vrooman and Dianne Nagy

This Info Session was for faculty and staff interested in applying for FY24 Wokini Challenge Grant funds. It included an overview of program goals, examples of successful projects, engaging students, building Relationships, conducting Tribal research and an explanation of the application process.

When: Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022

The RSCA Challenge Fund aims to support faculty and staff in increasing their competitiveness for funding and elevate their presence in their fields. This webinar reviewed the purpose of the program and the application and review process. For the application (due Feb. 1, 2022), visit the university's InfoReady site.

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When: Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022; 2:30-4 p.m. Central 
Where: SDSU campus, Morrill Hall (SAD) room 104 or via Zoom

If you're seeking grant funding from the USDA, this session presented tips about to help others learn about the idiosyncrasies of USDA funding from a panel of USDA-funded colleagues on how to successfully compete for awards. Panelists Ali Nafchi, Amber Letcher, Kristine Ramsay Seaner and Krista Ehlert discussed their experiences learning about USDA programs and funding trends, building relationships with program officers, and developing their ideas and teams.

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When: Sept. 28, 2022

If you're seeking grant funding from the NSF, this session presented tips about to help others learn about the idiosyncrasies of NSF funding from a panel of NSF-funded colleagues on how to successfully compete for awards. Panelists Chris Saunders, Carie Green and John McMaine discussed their experiences with NSF programs and funding.

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When: Tuesday, Sept. 13

This session provides a primer to research, scholarship and creative activity at SDSU with a focus on the lifecycle of research funding, from ideation to proposal submission to award management. 

Agenda: 
Contextualizing knowledge creation
Prospecting/Finding Funding
Proposal development
Award management 
Core Facilities Information
AY 22/23 professional development opportunities

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