Grant Transformers: Unmasking Your “Job Documents in Disguise”
April 22 @ noon-1 pm (pacific)
In this session, we will overview how to save time during your career transitions by transforming grant documents into job application components, like your Research Statement and Cover Letter!
This event is co-sponsored by the Stanford Black Postdoc Association and is part of a series of workshops. Other workshops are:
- Sowing Solidarity: Crafting Diversity Statements to Live By – April 8 @ noon-1 pm
- Blame It On Your Juice!: Approaches to Defying Imposter Syndrome – April 15 @ noon-1 pm
Join all activities or only one! Attend at least one workshops to receive an entry into a raffle for a random drawing for 5 (five) winners, which will receive a Stanford T-shirt or other swag from the Stanford Bookstore (up to $35 value each). Opened only to trainees (graduate students, postdocs, clinical fellows, etc.).
Debra (Deb) Karhson, Ph.D., is the Grant Writing Academy’s Assistant Director for JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) initiatives and a Basic Life Research Scientist in the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department in the Autism and Developmental Disorders Research Program. Deb’s deep love of research was a strong catalyst for her enthusiasm for grantsmanship, particularly for support mechanisms dedicated to diversifying the research workforce. With her extensive experience in diversity-related grants, Deb will provide strategic support and advice for trainees interested in the new series of NIH K-awards and other equity-based grants.