11/13/14 301 Austin (Humanities Institute, Storrs), 3:30-5pm
The UCONN Humanities Institute (UCHI) is offering a workshop to assist graduate students in the preparation of Dissertation Fellowship applications in the Humanities and associated disciplines. Professors Michael P. Lynch (Philosophy & UCHI Director) and Brendan Kane, (History & UCHI Associate Director) will conduct the workshop. Limited to 20 participants. To register, please email: email@example.com.
11/13/14 438 Oak Hall (Storrs), 4-5:30pm
"The Do's and Don'ts of Writing a Winning Grant Proposal" with Allan Song, Senior Program Office of the Smith Richardson Foundation's World Politics and Statecraft Fellowship Spronsored by the Dept. of Political Science
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