Dr. Stuart Shulman is a UMass Amherst political scientist with a track record as a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant writer. Since fall 2000, he has received ten NSF awards with total project funding of close to four million dollars. Dr. Shulman reviews individual NSF proposals from multiple cross-cutting NSF divisions and has served on a NSF proposal review panel. In this talk he will introduce the fundamentals of good NSF grant writing.
This talk is open to UMass graduate students and faculty across the disciplines and lunch will be served.
This event is sponsored by the UMass Department of Political Science
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