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One-day course: How to write a convincing VIDI proposal

20 March 2017

One-day course: How to write a convincing VIDI proposal

Dates:
  • June 21st, 9.00 -17.00.
  • July 4th, 9.00 -17.00
Topics:
  • writing a compelling title and scientific summary, a concrete knowledge utilization section, and a competitive CV
  • knowing, engaging and convincing NWO panel members
  • rganizing your support system in order to submit the best possible proposal
Fee:
  • € 100,- (including coffee, tea, lunch)

The training is for participants who intend to submit their proposal in the upcoming Vidi round (October 2017). Participants should send a first version of their summary, title, CV and knowledge utilisation paragraph to the trainers, one week prior to the actual training.

Maximum number of participants: 10

June 21st, 9.00 -17.00
Trainer: Prof Ingrid Molema
Co-trainer: Drs Heidi Disler

July 4th, 9.00-17.00
Trainer: Prof Marjo Buitelaar
Co-trainer: Dr Margot Edens

For more information please contact: talent rug.nl.

To register, please contact: talent rug.nl. Please make sure that the subject line of your email message contains the words 'registration Vidi Writing Course June 21' or 'registration Vidi Writing Course July 4'.

Dr Margot Edens

Coordinator Talent Development Programme
Consultant HR Experts

Last modified:31 January 2024 09.22 a.m.

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