Writing Successful Grant Applications: An Introduction

Writing Successful Grant Applications: An Introduction

Date & Time

30 September 2010, 00:00




Office of Education Research (OER)

Events Details

Time: 1.00pm - 5.00pm

This interactive workshop seeks to equip prospective principal investigators with the know-how in managing the intricacies and expectations of writing a grant application that works. Prof Paul Teng will present a suite of techniques, which could help result in grant applications with a happy ending. A/P Augustine Tan will talk about the criteria used for the evaluation and review of research proposals according to grantors’ interests and goals. By understanding the criteria, principal investigators can work towards improving the quality of their grant applications.

Prof Paul Teng is Dean of Graduate Studies and Professional Learning (GPL), NIE after serving as Head, Natural Sciences and Science Education Academic Group from 2004 to 2006. He has successfully competed for over US$15 million of grants from multiple sources and has also served as a grants reviewer and research programme director.

Assoc Prof Augustine Tan is Associate Dean, Research Grants and Management, GPL, NIE. He manages about S$10 million worth of grants in NIE from internal and external sources. He also serves on grant review panels in NIE and NTU, and as an external referee to proposals from external grant agencies.     

Please register your attendance with the Office of Education Research at email: profdev@nie.edu.sg by 23 September 2010.

This event is for NIE Staff only.