Advises and assists members of the Rutgers Newark Community who are engaged in scholarly and creative activities.
Library guide for graduate students on the Newark Campus.
Summarizes available resources for managing data. Contributors include Dana librarians Minglu Wang, Bonnie Fong, and Ann Watkins.
Welcome to this presentation on grantsmanship and secondary research for graduate students, built by two different departments working together for you: the Newark Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and the Dana Library. We have designed this guide for you in order to help you succeed, whether you are a newcomer to sponsored funding and library research in your field or a seasoned pro at researching and asking for external support. Our goals for you are to create awareness and to build a foundation for your further work.
Our guide is a work in progress and can be changed to reflect your needs as they emerge. We look forward to learning from you.
By the end of this presentation you will be able to:
1. Identify concrete steps toward your next grant proposal, including some of these:
preparing a preliminary literature review,
reviewing concepts with mentors and peers,
looking for funding sources,
focusing your proposal,
deciding what to request and how to ask for it,
and preparing the finished proposal.
is a Research/Grant Specialist in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at Rutgers,
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