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The Great Plains Network is a consortium of universities in the Great Plains Region of the United States.  

You may learn more about GPN at http://www.greatplains.net.

ENCITE  

Enhancing Cyberinfrastructure by Training and Engagement

  • ENCITE is a project of the Great Plains Network 
  • ENCITE is funded by the National Science Foundation Award #1440774 to Kansas State University
  • For more information, contact Kate Adams, Project Coordinator
Class 2. Project Description: Project Plan, Timeline, Metrics for success
Friday, August 4, 2017 3:00:00 PM UTC - 4:00:00 PM UTC
Course Overview
This will be a proposal writing course for responding effectively to the NSF Big Data Hub Project Solicitation (https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2017/nsf17546/nsf17546.htm).  Each class will focus on a separate aspect of proposal development.  Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and get feedback from the presenters.  

Speaker

Greg Monaco & Jennifer Clarke
Dr. Greg Monaco has been involved in grant proposal preparation since receiving his Ph.D. from Kansas State University. He is currently KSU research faculty in the Dept of Psychological Sciences and also Director for Research and Cyberinfrastructure Initiatives at the Great Plains Network. Jennifer Clarke, Ph.D., is a Professor of Food Science and Technology, and Statistics, and the Director of the Quantitative Life Sciences Initiative at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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The Great Plains Network is a consortium of universities in the Great Plains Region of the United States.  

Learn more about GPN at https://www.greatplains.net.

ENCITE: Enhancing Cyberinfrastructure by Training and Engagement

ENCITE is a project of the Great Plains Network and funded by the
National Science Foundation Award #1440774 to Kansas State University.

For more information, contact Kate Adams, Project Coordinator.