This 90-minute workshop will provide critical information for Research Development professionals on how they can help inform and advise on programs and proposals to mulitple sponsored research entities that include public engagement components. Specifically, the workshop will provide a general overview of the broader impacts criterion at NSF, implications of broader impacts and societal impacts with other sponsored research organizations, and strategies for conceptualizing/developing/implementing/evaluating broader impacts activities. In this train-the-trainer workshop participations will leave with a better understanding of how to support faculty and researchers at their institutions in developing a "broader impacts identity," as well as appropriately responding to the current (and developing) review criteria.
Presenters: Megan Heitmann, Iowa State University; Jory Weintraub, Duke University. Both speakers are affiliated with the ARIS Center (Advancing Research Impact in Society).
Note: This workshop is capped at 60 participants to maximize engagement. It is free to NORDP members; nonmembers are invited to participate for $30. Learn about joining NORDP here.
Distributors may purchase multiple copies of packages to distribute to learners, and follow their progress. Bulk discounts are below.
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