CFANS Research Seminar: How to Successfully Obtain LCCMR Funding

Thursday, November 18, Noon-1 p.m.
CFANS Research Seminar Series: Research Reinforced

 

New in Fall 2021, the Research Reinforced Seminar Series brings CFANS researchers into conversation with experts, leaders, and colleagues through twice annual events. Each seminar is focused around a different topic of timely and pertinent relevance to the CFANS research community.

Join us for the inaugural seminar:

Research Reinforced Seminar Series
Let’s Talk LCCMR: How to Successfully Obtain ENRTF Funding

Thursday, November 18, 2021 at Noon1 p.m.
Zoom registration required in advance; No cost to attend. 

The Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCCMR) Environment and Natural resources Trust Fund (ENRTF) is a much sought-after source of funding for CFANS researchers. A highly competitive grant program, it consists of a unique and rigorous multi-step application process that can include written proposals and presentations to the Commission. Attend this seminar to hear updates on the upcoming round of ENRTF funding from LCCMR staff and learn tips and tricks for successful proposals from three CFANS faculty members who have been through the process themselves.

Presenters: Becca Nash, LCCMR Director; Dr. Susan Galatowitsch, Department of
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology; Dr. Marcella Windmuller-Campione,
Department of Forest Resources; and Dr. Brian Aukema, Department of Entomology.

Unable to attend on November 18? The seminar will be recorded and posted to this page. Contact CFANS Research Administration with questions, feedback, and ideas for future seminar topics: cfansgmt@umn.edu.

Stay tuned for information on future events!