Writing a Compelling Hrabowski Innovation Fund Proposal
Learn tips for what reviewers are looking for in a proposal
Tuesday, April 21, 2020 · 2:30 PM - 4 PM (Canceled)
In this session, you’ll gain insights into what makes a Hrabowski Innovation Fund proposal compelling to reviewers. We’ll share tips for what reviewers are looking for in a proposal, helping you to understand what constitutes an innovative idea to enhance teaching and learning. We’ll also break the proposal down into parts, discussing the purpose of each section of the proposal and the types of language to use to convey your ideas clearly and compellingly. Two selection committee members and FDC staff will facilitate this session. Attendance is highly recommended for faculty and staff who plan to submit a HIF proposal.
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