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The Grant Development initiative seeks to develop new capabilities and work collaboratively to advance research and grants in Northwest Ohio.
|Outcomes for FY 2008-2009|
- Bring People Together. Increase opportunities for faculty at UT to share and engage in common research and grant interests.
- Building an Infrastructure. Reduce barriers to collaboration, improve efficiency, and increase grant and research productivity.
- Developing Communication Avenues. Increase faculty involvement and public recognition of interdisciplinary research and grant proposal writing.
- Educating and Mentoring Faculty. Enhance faculty skills and, ultimately, increase external funding and income to Northwest Ohio.
Strategy 1: Bring People Together
These are networking opportunities for faculty researchers at UT to share and engage in research interests.
Strategy 2: Building an Infrastructure
These are steps taken to reduce barriers to collaboration, improve efficiency, and increase grant and research productivity.
Strategy 3: Developing Communication Avenues
These activities aim to increase faculty involvement in collaborative research and increase public recognition of the university’s role in economic development.
The Grant Development activity is planning various research focused events which will serve as communication avenues for faculty researchers and the community. These include:
- Receptions (social/networking opportunities with a research focus).
- Forums (presentations of research).
- Symposia and workshops (education/mentoring which may include outside speakers).
Inaddition, the Grant Development activity has advertised events that have the potential for research collaboration. These can be found on our Calendar of Events.
Strategy 4: Educating and Mentoring Faculty
These activities are designed to enhance faculty skills and, ultimately, increase external funding, technology transfer, and income to Northwest Ohio.