Writing Seminars

2024 Summer Writing seminars

Registration is now open for two seminars to be held this summer to support scholarly writing and grantsmanship for Duke faculty, trainees, and staff.  

 

Write winning NIH grant proposals 

A virtual seminar from Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops focusing on writing successful NIH grant proposals. 

  • Dates and times: July 17 and 18, 8:30 am-12:30 pm EST (must attend both sessions) 
  • Location: Virtual (Zoom) Registration required

  • Eligibility: All Duke research personnel involved in writing proposals for funding are invited to attend, though the sessions are geared towards faculty who are writing or planning to write NIH grant applications. 

  • Registration fees: Duke is covering the registration fees for this seminar; however, all registrants are required to purchase the December 2023 version of The Grant Application Writer's Workbook to attend. Proof of purchase will be needed for your registration

  • The workbook costs $90 + tax and shipping; (however, you can use promo code G6871D35I86D for a $15 discount). Discuss with your business manager or supervisor if the workbook may be purchased using discretionary or other institutional funds 

  • If you prefer to purchase the NSF version of The Grant Application Writer's Workbook instead of the NIH version, that is allowed. Please note the seminar will be NIH-focused, though. 

 

writing and publishing high-impact research manuscripts

A virtual seminar from Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops focusing on writing and publishing high-impact research manuscripts.   

  • Dates and times: August 6 and 7, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm EST 

  • Location: Virtual (Zoom) Registration required

  • Eligibility: All Duke research personnel involved in writing proposals for funding are invited to attend, though the sessions are geared towards researchers who are writing or planning to write high-impact research manuscripts.  

  • Registration fees: Duke is covering the registration fees for the seminar; however, all registrants are required to purchase the Writing for Biomedical Publication Workbook to attend. Proof of purchase will be needed for your registration

  • The workbook costs $90 + tax and shipping; (however, you can use promo code G6871D35I86D for a $15 discount). Discuss with your business manager or supervisor if the workbook may be purchased using discretionary or other institutional funds