Washington University is offering a Fellowship Writing Workshop Series for graduate students and postdocs who plan to apply for fellowships. Attendees will learn about and practice writing a NIH proposal, with an emphasis on F (fellowship) and K (career development) awards.
The Fellowship Writing Workshop Series consists of three parts:
- Fellowship Writing Workshop – Part 1
Watch an online lecture available in Learn@Work, and answer a 1-question quiz in Learn@Work to verify you understand this year’s application deadlines.
- Fellowship Writing Workshop Series – Part 2*
Attend the live session on June 22, on writing your personal statement or watch the recording after June 26th
- Fellowship Writing Workshop Series – Part 3**
Attend faculty-led small group discussions, reviewing the materials you have written for your application.
* You are required to watch Part 1 and upload your aims in Learn@Work before attending Part 2. Instructions can be found in the registration instructions sheet (WUSTL key required).
**You must complete Parts 1 and 2 before July 2nd in order to receive a link to register for Part 3
For information about how to register for the series, open the registration instruction sheet via Box. For additional information contact Research Education & Information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This series is brought to you by the McKelvey School of Engineering, the Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences, the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, Arts & Sciences, the Brown School, the Writing Center, and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.