Friday, February 5, 2016 - 10:00am
Kellogg Center, Room 62
The National Science Foundation now requires broader impact plans as a part of grant proposals, and in some cases, fellowship applications. Dr. Susan Renoe and Dr. Sara Vassmer of the National Alliance for Broader Impacts will overview the broader impact criteria, share examples of innovative approaches, and highlight the key points graduate and professional students need to know as they start their research careers. Participants will come away with a deeper understanding of the requirements and practical examples to inform their grant and fellowship proposals such as for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
To register, visit: outreach.msu.edu/upcomingevents.aspx