Events & Workshops
Learn tips on writing a compelling Project Summary, one of the most important parts of every NSF grant proposal.
Angela Wilson and a panel of faculty members offer their insights into how to write successful CAREER proposals that integrate research and education.
CIRCLE welcomes affiliate faculty and friends to join us on Thursday, March 14 (also known as 3.14 or Pi Day) to enjoy some pie from Grand Traverse Pie Company and to spend some time getting to know fellow interdisciplinarians from across campus.
This mentoring program is designed to prepare early-career faculty at MSU to submit a strong R01 proposal to the National Institutes of Health. Participants will receive information and advice on all aspects of the grant writing process during biweekly cohort meetings and personal mentoring sessions.
Join the conversation on collaboration in the arts and sciences with visiting artist-in-residence Abel Korinsky and CIRCLE director Megan Halpern.
Each year, the MSU Innovation Celebration honors Michigan State University researchers who reported an invention, licensed a technology or were awarded patents during the academic year. The awards recognize outstanding achievements in technology transfer and commercialization, corporate engagement, and sponsored research.
Learn best practices and hear success stories for securing funding from private foundations.
In this one-hour webinar, learn actionable tips and techniques for designing science figures for your posters, presentations, publications and more.
Learn about the important role figures play in grant proposals and how to use them to your advantage.
Spend a full day away from your everyday responsibilities with MSU's Broader Impacts (BI) consultants working on the BI plan for your next National Science Foundation (NSF) proposal.