"Writing a Successful Grant Proposal"
March 7, 2017
Joel Kastner, a professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology and DTM's most recent Merle A. Tuve Senior Fellow, led a workshop titled "Writing a Successful Grant Proposal" on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, in the Abelson Collaboration Center as part of DTM's Postdoctoral Development Workshop Series.
The sobering truth, says Kastner, is that very few grant proposals are chosen by NASA and even less are picked by the National Science Foundation. During his workshop, Kastner touched upon what elements should be included in a proposal, general tips when choosing and writing proposals, and the anatomy of a successful proposal.
POSTDOCS: Michael Ackerson, Tri Astraatmadja, Venkata Srinu Bhadram, Gustav Borstad, Serge Dieterich, Juli-Anna Dolyniuk, Jessica Donaldson, Stephen Elardo, Jonathan Gagne, Amol Karandikar, Hanyu Liu, Miki Nakajima, Erika Nesvold, Brad Peters, Jesse Reimink, T.J. Rodigas, Kei Shimizu, Svetlana Shkolyar, Jonathan Tucker, Matthew Ward
SCIENTIFIC & ADMIN STAFF: Rick Carlson, Janice Dunlap, Casey Leffue, Helene Le Mevel, Steve Shirey, Alycia Weinberger