Events & Workshops

Spring Learning: Developing a Proposal Budget  

Tuesday, April 27th 12:30-1:30pm 

Join wih the Zoom Link

Preparation of the budget is, for many researchers, saved for last as it is often the proposal component that feels most daunting, and its role overlooked in the complete proposal package. This interactive workshop will describe the important role of the budget, breakdown common costs and how to budget for them, and walk through a sample budget development process. Whether you are currently preparing for a grant submission or plan to do so in the future, this workshop will equip you with the tools to confidently develop the budget needed to carry out your project.

Virtual Celebration of Scholarship

 

Thurs, May 20th 12:30-1:30pm via Zoom (link provided in advance)

Please RSVP here by Tues, May 18th and/or direct any questions to osp@seattleu.edu

Please join the Office of the Provost, OSP and Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons for a celebration of Seattle University faculty’s excellence in research, creative, and other scholarly activities! After opening words from Provost Martin, you will hear from six of your colleagues as they share their recent work in a lighting talk format, as well as learn about SU faculty’s wide-ranging intellectual and scholarly contributions – including sponsored projects, published books and manuscripts, conference presentations, and all other products. Please complete this brief form so that we may celebrate your important achievements!

Spring Grant Managers Virtual Peer Learning Group: Budget Tracking

Thursday, June 10th, 10:00 – 11:00am via Zoom (link provided in advance)

Please RSVP and/or direct any questions to osp@seattleu.edu.

In collaboration with the Associate Controller, this quarter’s session will discuss sponsored project budget tracking best practices and provide an overview of the tools available to you in post-award budget management. Bring your experiences, tips, and questions to share and discuss with your peers of budget and grant managers.