Wednesday, April 12, 2017 in the Hunt Union Ballroom
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS:
Student Research & Creative Activity (SRCA) Day 2017
Abstracts and presentation information due Wednesday, March 22. Link here to submit.
This event is a wonderful opportunity for the entire campus community to learn of the excellent scholarly and creative work being conducted by SUNY Oneonta students with faculty mentorship, through posters, computer displays and other exhibits. Mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2017 SRCA Day!
CALL FOR STUDENT PRESENTERS:
2017 SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC)
SURC brings together undergraduate student researchers and faculty mentors from across the SUNY system for a full day of activities, including sessions devoted to student presentations (oral, performance, artistic displays, and poster), luncheon with keynote speaker(s), a SUNY Graduate School and Career Fair, and professional development workshops for students and for faculty. SURC East 2017 will be hosted at Suffolk County Community College on Friday, 21 April; and SURC West 2017 will be hosted by SUNY Fredonia on Saturday, 22 April.
Student presentations are welcome from across all fields represented by SUNY Oneonta’s five schools. Information on how to participate is available here. Students interested in presenting must submit abstracts on-line by February 17, 2017, and will be notified of the results in early March. The deadline to register for the conference is March 3.
The cost of attendance (registration fee and travel) for student presenters will be covered through the generous support of the D’Antonio Travel Fund (College at Oneonta Foundation); and the Grants Development Office (GDO) will sponsor attendance by faculty members. Participants can choose to present at either SURC East on April 21 or SURC West on April 22. Registration and travel arrangements will be coordinated through the GDO.
Link here for more information on SURC, including logistics and schedules. Contact Kathy Meeker with questions or for additional information.
SUNY ANNOUNCES COMPETITIVE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2017/18
Those interested in submitting a proposal to any of the following programs must contact the GDO by the dates designated for each. Please note that the SUNY guidelines, as well as campus policy, states that all external grant proposals must be submitted through appropriate channels (i.e., the GDO).
Innovative Instructional Technology Grants (IITG) Round Six (click on link for complete program information/guidelines): Applications due Sunday, March 5, 2017. If interested in applying, contact the GDO no later than February 10, 2017.
Conversations in the Disciplines (click on link for complete program information/guidelines): Applications due Friday, April 7, 2017. If interested in applying, contact the GDO no later than March 17, 2017.
Explorations in Diversity and Academic Excellence (click on link for program information/guidelines): Applications due April 14. If interested in applying, contact the GDO no later than March 17, 2017. (This is particularly critical, as each SUNY campus is limited to no more than two proposal submissions; the GDO will coordinate with the Office of Equity and Inclusion regarding priority projects.)
Why Grants? Benefits, Broader Impacts, and Strategies
Monday, March 6th (9am-5pm) & Tuesday, March 7th (8am-12pm)
Facilitated by Dr. Katie Linder, Oregon State University
In this 1.5-day interactive workshop, participants will have the opportunity to explore grant writing from individual, unit, and institutional perspectives; discuss overcoming challenges to grant writing; generate ideas for possible proposals that align with their professional interests and unit missions; and learn about a range of current grant funding mechanisms and programs that might be a good fit for proposal submission. Participants will also hear about grant writing best practices including planning for a grant proposal, building strong grant writing teams, and best practices for drafting strong proposals.
Faculty participants will receive a $250 stipend.
NOTE: Workshop registration has reached maximum capacity and is closed (as of Feb 8, 2017). Thank you to all who registered. You will be contacted shortly.
This workshop is funded through a Strategic Allocation of Resources (StAR) Award to the Grants Development Office.
The Grants Development Office (GDO) makes a significant impact on the College, both financially and culturally, by working with facuty and staff to obtain external funds for research and other scholarly efforts, programs, instruction, and other institutional priorities and initiatives. The GDO also supports and promotes the connection of research (particularly that which engages students) and professional development to scholarship and academic excellence. The GDO assists faculty and staff with conceptualizing, planning, drafting and submitting proposals. Contact us during the early stages of developing your proposal; this will allow us to serve you best, by providing everything from proposal drafting, editing and formatting, to submission of proposals.
The GDO/Sponsored Programs (SP) Advisory Council facilitates ongoing exchange between these administrative units and faculty, to strengthen existing and future partnerships, and enhance "seamless" pre- (GDO) and post- (SP) award services.
The Faculty Associate for Grants Development works in close collaboration with with the GDO to provide professional development and grant-seeking expertise/consultation to the campus community. The Faculty Associate for 2016/17 is Dr. John Schaumloffel of the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry.
The Grants Development Office (GDO) is a unit of the Office of Academic Programs, under the direction of the Associate Provost of Academic Programs, Dr. Eileen Morgan-Zayachek. Overview of the Office of Academic Programs.ppt