Workshops

Spring 2023 Workshops

 

 

 

Funding Your Graduate Education Intro Meeting/Database Search
OGFA will facilitate small group meetings to assist graduate students with navigating award databases to identify fellowships and awards that are a good "fit" to support their graduate education. 

  • January 25 | 11:00 AM | Register here
  • February 21 | 2:00 PM | Register here
  • March 21 | 10:30 AM | Register here | Tailored for International Students
  • April 19 | 11:00 AM | Register here
     

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Info Sessions
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides FSU graduate students the opportunity to conduct independent research, teach English, and even enroll in university classes in more than 140 countries around the world! Join OGFA and the Office of National Fellowships to learn about this amazing program.

  • General Info Session | January 23 | 11:00 AM | Register here
  • Academic Grants | January 24 | 10:00 AM | Register here
  • Arts and Creative Projects | January 25 | 11:00 AM | Register here
  • English Teaching Assistantships | January 26 | 1:30 PM | Register here
     

Building Cohesion in Application Writing (CIES)
January 31 | 12 PM | Register here
Facilitated by the Center for Intensive English Studies (CIES), this workshop is intended to support International students who are interested in developing their fellowship and award application writing skills. “Cohesion,” or flow and connection across an application, is essential for writing high-quality application essays. This workshop will provide guidance and instruction on achieving cohesion. 
 

3 Part Grant Writing Workshop Series (OGFA/OPDA/Office of Research)
PART I - Overview of Grant Opportunities

In this session, participants will learn methods of competitive grantsmanship, the role of the mentor/sponsor training plan, eligibility and criteria for different extramural programs, and they will receive an overview of the required grant components that formulate a competitive application packet. Different grant programs will be discussed on each day. Full workshop details for Part I, Part II, and Part III can be found here.

  • February 22 | 1-3:30 PM | Dodd Hall, Room 103 DHA 
  • February 23 | 1-3:30 PM  HSF, Nancy Marcus Great Hall, 4th Floor
     

CV/Resume Workshop (The Career Center)  
March 22 | 10:30 AM | Register here
CVs and Resumes are an important part of your scholarly and professional profile, and they play vital roles in the fellowships and awards application process. Join OGFA and the Career Center for a workshop on preparing high-impact CVs and Resumes! Time allowing, we will also provide feedback on your CV/Resume! 
 

Proposal Planning and Writing (Office of Research Development)
March 30 | 2:00 PM | Register here
This workshop will focus on breaking down fellowship application guidelines to identify what is required in a competitive application. Evangeline Coker from the Office of Research Development will discuss how to strategize and plan an application and provide tips for writing high-impact proposals. 
 

Communicating the Significance of Your Research
April 13 | 1:00 PM | Register here
Explaining your research to a broad audience of fellowship reviewers can be challenging. In this interactive workshop, we will practice pitching the significance of your research to your target audience and refining the answer to the elusive “so-what” question.  


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