New Research Development Fellows selected

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Posted October 27, 2021 by Dan Moser

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has selected 12 faculty to serve as 2021-22 Research Development Fellows. The program provides full-time faculty at the assistant-level rank with information, resources and approaches necessary to prepare competitive grant proposals. 

The Research Development Fellows Program is designed to enhance the grant-getting success of the university’s early career faculty by providing proposal development best practices in a diverse, interactive and collaborative space that encourages relationship-building around funding for research and creative activity. 

Research Development Fellows Program learning activities are complemented by one-on-one consultations with Nebraska administrators, faculty colleagues and Office of Research and Economic Development staff who provide advice to fellows regarding the proposal development process, including the creation of a concept paper and elevator pitch. 

Participants were selected through a competitive application process. The 2021-22 Research Development Fellows Program fellows are: 

Since the Research Development Fellows Program’s inception in 2008, 242 fellows have participated in the program. 

Applications for the 2022-2023 cohort will be solicited in fall 2022. Visit the Research Development Fellows Program website for more details or contact Tisha Mullen, director of proposal development. 

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