Events

Jun
6

Joy, Gratitude, and Grit: Part 1 of a two-part workshop on strengthening resilience at work that is open to University of Minnesota faculty, staff, and students. 

Jun
6

Joy, Gratitude, and Grit: Part 2 of a two-part workshop on strengthening resilience at work that is open to University of Minnesota faculty, staff, and students. 

Jun
13

Attend this seminar for clinical research professionals.

Sep
12

This event is open to University of Minnesota faculty, staff, and students, and the public. 

Grant Writers' Seminar planned for January 2019

 

Write Winning Grant Proposals

Want to write successful health research grants? Then don't miss this day-long seminar in January 2019 designed for clinical and translational researchers, health equity researchers and CTSI scholars. Content is geared toward NIH, but is applicable to other national funding agencies. National speaker and grant-writing expert John D. Robertson, Ph.D., will comprehensively address practical and conceptual aspects important to the proposal-writing process. There is a registration fee and lunch will be provided. Space will be limited. Date will be published soon. 

Ongoing events and courses

School of Public Health Division of Biostatistics is offering free statistical consulting during Spring 2018 semester. Learn more

2018 Summer Public Health Institute for students and practice professionals in public health and related fields to build or expand professional expertise, learn best practices, broaden career options, network with other professionals, or explore a new area of interest. Learn more

Matchmaking in Public Health: Intentional Integration Across Research, Clinical Practice, Community, and Policy to Promote Health Equity in Public Health, a School of Public Health course May 29-June 1. Learn more

Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) Five-Day Boot Camp for Clinical Research Coordinators, a Human Research Protection Program event June 11-15. Learn more

Ongoing CTSI seminars

Seminars for clinical research professionalsBi-weekly professional development and networking seminars.

Seminars for faculty, staff, and students: Bi-monthly career development seminars on a variety of research-related topics.