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Training Opportunities

Ongoing – Brown Bag Lunch Sessions on Grantsmanship
Each week for two years, Linda Mason has hosted a Brown Bag Lunch Session on Grantsmanship. The topics and presenters cover a wide range of topics about grant proposal, grantwriting and grant project planning. Videos of these sessions have been posted on the Internet for easy access. See a list of topics and watch archived sessions.

Ongoing – Online Training

Grantseeking Basics for Nonprofit Organizations
Fee: $39.95 for six months

Proposal Writing: The Comprehensive Course
Fee: $189.95 for 12 months

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Sept. 26, 2014 – Promoting Undergraduate Research Conference for Faculty, Staff and Administrators

Time: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: PHF Conference Center, 655 Research Parkway, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Fee: $50 for faculty, $75 for administrators, free for student panelists

The fifth annual Promoting Undergraduate Research Conference for Faculty, Staff and Administrators, sponsored by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, will explore the theme, Promoting Undergraduate Research Models at Every Level: Inquiry, Community Engagement, Assessment and Retention. The conference will revisit effective models of inquiry with a focus on community engagement, effective models of assessment of undergraduate research outcomes, and student retention and will examine student research projects illustrating these models.

Lunch will be provided. The building is part of University Research Park, marked as 655 and located on Lincoln Blvd between N.E. 4th and 8th streets. Parking is free in the parking garage. See
for directions and a map.

Online Registration (external link)
Program (PDF, 418k)