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Trainings & Workshops

The Research Development Group, through the Saint Louis University Office of the Vice President for Research, offers workshops to introduce SLU's research communities in St. Louis, Missouri, and Madrid, Spain, to the skills needed to develop an effective research plan or proposal. 

These skills clarify and demystify the process of writing a successful research plan or funding proposal. The workshops combine formal presentations with peer discussion, in-class exercises and diverse assignments. We strive to keep group sizes small to maximize interaction and discussion. 

Workshops last from three hours to six months and differ in several ways. The Office of Research Development can accommodate additional workshops, should interest or need arise. Our two main training opportunities are listed below. Additional training opportunities will be listed here when they are scheduled.

Building Integrated Learning and Coaching Networks for Research (BILCN-Research) Program 

The BILCN-Research Program is a six- to nine-month, cohort-based research-development program that develops SLU faculty’s networks and skills to advance their research agendas and compete for external funding.

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Research Resources Week

The Office of the Vice President for Research hosts “Research Resources Week” in preparation for the start of each semester. This week includes workshops, informational sessions and discussions highlighting SLU's diverse resources and aims to aid research practices, collaborations and outcomes among faculty, postdoctoral researchers and graduate students.

Find More Information About Research Resources Week