A lot of federal funding opportunities exist to help researchers at the beginning of their careers, but it can become quite the challenge to narrow down and understand the differences between them. Not to worry — in this workshop James Murday will guide you on what funding is available, topic selection, approaching program officers, as well as provide tips on how to structure a successful proposal. The presentation will then be followed by a Q&A session with Constantine Sideris, who has received a Young Investigator/Early Career award from both the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and the Office of Naval Research.


James Murday, Director Of Physical Sciences, Research Strategy and Development


Guest Speaker:
Constantine Sideris, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, USC Viterbi School of Engineering


This workshop for faculty, research staff, postdocs, PhD students and graduate students is organized by the USC Research and Innovation (R&I)’s Center for Excellence in Research and administered by the Research Initiatives and Infrastructure (RII) office. Contact usccer@usc.edu with any questions.

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