skip to content

NSF Workshop

On Friday, November 21, 2014, from 10:00 am - 12:00 noon, Paul Tymann, Program Director for the Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science Foundation (NSF), will visit the TWU Denton Campus to present a workshop about writing grants for NSF undergraduate education programs. In addition, Paul will provide 30-minute individual consultations by request between 1:30 and 4:00 pm. To attend the workshop and/or schedule an individual consultation, RSVP to research@twu.edu by November 15.

More about “NSF Workshop”...

Research Services Round Table Sessions

Round Table Information Sessions were held for Denton and Dallas faculty about the services available in ORSP on Friday, October 17 and will be holding similar sessions for Houston faculty on Thursday, November 13.  Faculty new to TWU are encouraged to attend but all faculty are welcome!    More about “Research Services Round Table Sessions”...

2014-2015 Travel Assistance Fund

ORSP is accepting applications for Spring and Summer 2015 travel to the Travel Assistance Fund. This program, supported by University funds and the Texas Woman's University (TWU) Foundation, enables faculty members to defray some of the travel costs associated with presenting at professional conferences or meetings or attending meetings where they will receive a major award.  Faculty may receive one travel award per year at a maximum of $800. More about “2014-2015 Travel Assistance Fund”...

Grant Writing Workshop

A grant writing workshop to develop strategies for planning, developing, and writing large team grants has been schedule for Friday, October 31 from 1:00 - 5:00. This interactive workshop is being taught by Mike Cronan (Academic Funding Strategies, LLC) and will be available on the Denton, Houston, and Dallas campuses. Please RSVP to research@twu.edu if you wish to attend.

More about “Grant Writing Workshop”...

FY 2015 Small Grants Program Announced

Applications materials for the FY 2015 Small Grants Program are now available. These funds are awarded to TWU faculty in support of research that could eventually become the basis for a proposal for external funding for a research grant. Small grants (approximately $750 each) are primarily intended to allow principal investigators to take advantage of unusual opportunities that arise, particularly to obtain preliminary or pilot data.  Priority is given to full-time faculty holding tenured or tenure-track appointments pursuing an active research agenda and significant research funding. More about “FY 2015 Small Grants Program Announced”...