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If you would like assistance in writing your grant proposals, we offer several workshops to help facilitate the process for the different types of proposals throughout the year.


Upcoming Events


TEES and Research Development Services are creating a new eight-month professional development series called NSF CAREER Academy. This program will include: the annual NSF CAREER and other Young Investigator Programs workshop; a Broader Impacts workshop; writing groups; and a mock review session. The Division and TEES recently piloted a mock review session that received great reviews and featured Dr. Z. J. Pei, professor in industrial and system engineering, TEES research professor, and NSF rotator, as keynote speaker. The Academy will continue to involve Texas A&M faculty who are prior NSF rotators (program officers) or reviewers.

The Broader Impacts workshop will be expanded in Fall 2017 and open to all PI-eligible researchers. Junior faculty who are planning or considering an NSF CAREER proposal submission in July 2018 are strongly encouraged to attend. They should also consider joining an NSF CAREER writing group, which provides in-depth knowledge of and practice in writing proposals to the NSF and in particular, for the NSF CAREER solicitation each year. The program runs March through July, with biweekly sessions scheduled March to May and one-on-one NSF CAREEER proposal consultation and development from May to the July submission deadline.

Additional information about Academy events will be available September 1, 2017.


, Sr. Research Development Officer, Division of Research
, Sr. Research Development Officer, TEES


NIH Proposal Writing and Feed-Back Groups

Program Goals:

  • Prepare a submission-ready grant proposal (new or resubmission) for NIH submission dates in either February/March 2018 (fall semester groups) or June/July 2018 (spring semester groups)
  • Provide and receive critical peer feed-back
  • Obtain proposal development strategy insight and assistance



  • One or two orientation meetings for entire group, then four smaller (6-8 person) group meetings
  • Individual consultations with Research Development Services staff
  • Additional one-on-one assistance available as needed


No fee to participate

Facilitated by members of the Division's Research Development Services:
, Sr. Research Development Officer
, Research Development Officer


Reoccurring Workshops

Onsite Group Workshop for the 2017 NIH Grant Proposal-Writing Program

Writing Successful Proposals

NSF CAREER Proposal Writer’s Group Inaugural Meeting

Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals

CONACYT Writer's Workshop