Seminar on Best practices for National Institute of Food and Agriculture funding success: A 25 year perspective

From the Connection, North Central IPM Center

Although this seminar is targeted for nutritionists, anyone with an interest in pursuing USDA funding will glean information from Dr. Jaykus’s experience.

Dr. Lee-Ann Jaykus, North Carolina State University, will present “Best practices for National Institute of Food and Agriculture funding success: A twenty year perspective” from 3-4 p.m. Eastern on Feb.23, 2017. The seminar can be viewed via Adobe Connect as well as in Room 3310 of the Waterfront Building, Washington, DC. This seminar has been approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for 1.0 Continuing Professional Education Unit (CEU).*

This seminar is part of the Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition (IFSN) Seminar Series. These monthly seminars aim to disseminate new knowledge; engage with partners and stakeholders; and inspire the next generation of food safety and nutrition experts. For full information on the series, visit the seminar webpage.

Seminar Overview

Learning Objectives:
–Understanding how to interpret Agency RFA’s
–Producing an award-winning grant application, including planning, writing, and budgeting
–Putting together an effective team
–Good grant management practices, including scientific, financial, and reporting aspects

Presenters
Lee-Ann Jaykus, PhD

Join Live
Link: http://nifa-connect.nifa.usda.gov/ifsnseminar2017/
Phone: 1-888-844-9904
Code: 1700775

*Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) or Nutrition and Dietetics Technicians, Registered (NDTRs) who attend this seminar and wish to receive the CEU certificate, please e-mail Mallory M. Koenings.

Event Details
Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017 – 3 – 4 p.m. Eastern

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