Bring your draft application (and questions) for a review and feedback on any graduate fellowship application. Not on campus? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a virtual review.
Presenter is NSF Fellow Sam Gutekunst, with additional Fellow panelists.
Presenter is NSF Fellow Peter Beaucage, with additional Fellow and faculty panelists.
Are you writing your first graduate fellowship application for external funding? Join us as we identify sources of funding, help you draft competitive research and personal essays, and develop a timeline for productive writing and submission of applications. Bring your questions!
Grad Write-Ins occur every weekday that class is in session, from 8:00-11:00am in the Big Red Barn. Come join other students who also have writing goals and deadlines. Be a part of a writing community so that you are able to become more productive and accountable with your time and your writing. The upstairs area of the Big Red Barn is a designated quiet space.
There will be cups for you at the register for FREE coffee and/or tea! Come for all or part of the time.
Through activities and discussion, we will explore essential elements of a teaching statement for a job application. You'll leave prepared to start your first draft Teaching Statement or to revise an existing one to make sure it accurately reflects your beliefs and experience.
Presented by Colleen McLinn, Program Director, Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CU-CIRTL) and Christine Holmes, Director of Postdoctoral Studies.