[ESIP-all] Grant writer's Goldmine Workshop - next Thursday, January 10th
aprados at umbc.edu
Sun Jan 6 00:12:21 EST 2013
Dear All - please read on if you are planning to participate in this
workshop at the ESIP meeting next week.
Thursday, January 10th
Grant writer's goldmine: how to use logic models to develop winning
NOTE: if you haven't already lease take this 5-Minute Pre-workshop
Survey - help us make the workshop useful to you
Dear Workshop Participant:
To get the most out of this workshop, we /highly/ recommend that you
complete this short "homework/assignment".Think about a current or
future project/program that you'd like to bring to the session, answer
the following questions, and bring them with you to the session.Please
take no more than ½ hour to write down your thoughts on these
deceptively simple questions. They will be the basis for developing a
logic model for your project/program. Note: /Attendees who come to the
workshop with a completed assignment will also be given priority in
small group and full class discussion of their project or program. //If
you don't have a project/program to bring to the session, you will still
be able participate fully and you are welcome to come.///
1. What problem(s) is your initiative meant to address and what's the
current state (right now)?
2. What are your end goals and what does ultimate success look like
compared to current state?
3. What are the main barriers to progress you face and what key
assets can you draw on?
4. What are the essential pieces of your initiative and why do you
believe it will succeed? Think especially about how
you will tap the assets and address the barriers you identified
in question #3.
5. What would partial but meaningful progress toward your end goals
Ana I. Prados, Ph.D
Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology (JCET)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Code 614, Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics Laboratory
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, MD 20771
aprados at umbc.edu
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