Research Proposal Workshop

The Center for Undergraduate Research will host several proposal workshop sessions to help you prepare a strong Research Proposal (either for an UGRA or another research grant). There is no need to register for these workshops in advance. At these workshops, we will discuss the overall application process, answer any questions that students have about applying for awards, and do some hands-on activities to improve students' proposals. Students should bring research ideas and drafts of proposals with them. It is fine if you are just getting started on your research proposal and don't have anything written yet--just bring what you have done and we'll go from there.
March 11, 2013
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Burge Union, Olympian Room
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