Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellowships Workshop (Video)

The Video Link to the workshop is now available. See update below.

Date: January 26, 2011
Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Place: David L. Boren Auditorium (NWC, Room 1313 - Research Campus)


Are you a graduate student or postdoc and want to learn more about writing proposals for fellowships and grants? This workshop will feature how to find funding opportunities for training programs and small grants as well as proposal writing tips and strategies for preparing competitive proposals. Selected national programs will be highlighted, as well as funding available from the Graduate College and Graduate Student Senate. Hosted by the Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment, this workshop is open to graduate students and postdocs from all disciplines interested in pursuing funding for their research and scholarship. Dr. Alicia Knoedler, Assistant VP for Research, will present on the lessons learned with examples of successful proposals to help you prepare for that next funding opportunity.

Please join us at the David L. Boren Auditorium, NWC, Room 1313 on January 26th, 3:00pm – 5:00pm. Don’t forget there is visitor parking at SRTC. We look forward to seeing you there!


We are excited at the overwhelming response to the Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellowships Workshop. Although we changed the location to accommodate 250 participants, rather than the initial 60, we were again at capacity within a few hours. If you have any question about whether or not you are registered, please check the VPR Workshops link at: While we are unable to increase the seating number again, we will be video-recording the workshop and posting it on the Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment's (CRPDE) website,, within a few weeks of the event. We will also post the PowerPoint and any other handouts on the website. Additionally, within the next few months, an announcement will be sent out to determine if a second workshop is warranted.

Update (1/28/2010):

The Workshop Echo captured at 2011-01-26 14:52 is now available at the following locations:

Direct Links to Echo:

Rich Media: