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dc.contributor.authorJugdev, Kam
dc.descriptionCanadian Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship 2010 Annual Conference: Entrepreneurship & Community, October 2010, Calgary, Albertaen
dc.description.abstractThis workshop proposal is geared for CCSBE attendees interested in discussions on strategies to improve their approach to grant proposal applications and build a research community. The presentation discusses a) The importance of capitalizing on starter university grants advance research proposals and publications, b)Understanding granting agency requirements, the role of council officers, and managing the proposal like a project, c) The value of developing a research support community (i.e., mentors, colleagues, university research office), and d)Remaining open to learning from each negative experience.en
dc.description.sponsorshipAthabasca University, Mount Royal Universityen
dc.subjectGrant proposalsen
dc.titleApplying for Grants and Conducting Research: The Tortoise Approachen

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