Training opportunities tailored to you
San Diego State University offers a robust core of training programs for faculty and graduate students to learn best practices on how to find and pursue funding, write successful grant proposals, communicate their research effectively, build rapport with grant officers and run a sponsored research program.
GRANTS RESEARCH AND ENTERPRISE WRITING
The GREW fellowship is a five-week program that teaches early-career faculty members how to communicate effectively with grant officers, develop successful proposals and share their research with media and other stakeholders.
NSF GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP WORKSHOP
This training is designed to improve the participation and competitiveness of graduate students, especially joint-doctoral students, in securing externally sponsored fellowships in support of their research programs.
NIH F31 GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP WORKSHOP
The F31 training workshop provides an introduction to the National Institutes of Health F31 program and other graduate fellowship opportunities.
This workshop teaches faculty how to effectively communicate their research, scholarship and creative activities with the public, the media, the academic community and grant officers.
NIH K AWARD WORKSHOP
The National Institutes of Health K awards provide a mentored research training experience for senior postdoctoral fellows or junior faculty-level candidates.
RAPID CRITICAL REVIEW
This Rapid Critical Review process is designed for projects that seek at least $250,000 in funding.
Research Advancement Professionals are available by appointment to provide detailed review and feedback at any stage of proposal development.
GRADUATE STUDENT GRANT EDITING
Graduate student editors are available to review grants for ESL (English as a second language) or EAL (English as an additional language) faculty.
Chat with Research Advancement Staff the second Thursday of every month at Oggi's at Conrad Preby's Aztec Student Union.
The San Diego State University Rising Stars Lecture Series seeks to recognize nationally renown early-career faculty and share cutting-edge research and career development strategies with the SDSU community.