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GPLL71 - Fund Writing Peer Review - NSERC & FQRNT

This peer writing group provides a supportive environment to develop the research statement component of your funding application to the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) or the Fonds de Recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies (FQRNT).

Time in-class will be spent in small groups discussing individual proposals. To participate in this workshop you must share your draft work with other students and the workshop leader.

1. Participants must have completed GPLL465 – Fund Writing Strategies prior to this workshop.

2. To participate in this workshop you MUST submit a draft of NSERC/FQRNT funding application to the workshop leaders prior to the workshop. An email will be sent to all participants 5 days prior to the workshop. Advance submission will allow the workshop leader and peers to review your work and give you more personalized feedback. If you do not provide a draft of your NSERC/FQRNT application in advance of the workshop you will be dropped from the class and charged the non-attendance fee.

Learning Objectives

In this workshop, participates will have focused and dedicated time for developing your funding application in a peer supported environment.

Leaders Information

This workshop will be led by Nadine Bekkouche, GradProSkills team member for 2018-2019.

Nadine Bekkouche is completing a Ph.D. in Education at Concordia, with a focus on the application of educational technology to graduate education. She has a M.Sc. in Medical Psychology from Uniformed Services University, in Maryland, and has published a number of papers and reference texts in the fields of psychology, behavioral research, and health. She is the founder of NBE Education and has extensive experience working with students as an academic editor and coach. She has also consulted with businesses designing educational programs. She uses her expertise in psychology, education and research to help students excel and advance knowledge in their fields.

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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