'Proposal Writing Office Hours' to Begin Jan. 24

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An open notebook with a sharpened pencil and pencil shavings on the top page.

The Division of Research and Innovation will host weekly Proposal Writing Office Hours this semester, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Monday in Arkansas Union 508, starting on Monday, Jan. 24, and running through May 2.

"In the past the open office hours have been very helpful to individuals writing proposals," explained Bob Beitle, senior associate vice chancellor for research and innovation. "Assistance varies and includes writing suggestions, budget development — nuts and bolts to produce the proposal." 

No registration required for these sessions. Walk-ins are welcome.

Contacts

Sarah Grace Brown, communications coordinator
Division of Research and Innovation
479-575-6874, sarahb@uark.edu

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