Seven Tips to Successful Grant-writing

I quit keeping track of how much money all the grants I have written totaled, but when we were doing a lot of work together, Dr. Erich Longie had it at $30 million, and it’s

event_note
close

I quit keeping track of how much money all the grants I have written totaled, but when we were doing a lot of work together, Dr. Erich Longie had it at $30 million, and it’s

folder_open Grantwriting
Read more

So many things are happening …

My last post has been a while since I have been in San Jose, Oakland, San Diego and Fort Totten this month. That is just the beginning of what our Chief Marketing Officer has referred

event_note
close

My last post has been a while since I have been in San Jose, Oakland, San Diego and Fort Totten this month. That is just the beginning of what our Chief Marketing Officer has referred

Read more

Two Secrets to Grant-Writing

Today, someone asked me, “Is it really true that guy you see on the Internet with all of the question marks on him, that it’s possible to get a government grant for anything?” In a

event_note
close

Today, someone asked me, “Is it really true that guy you see on the Internet with all of the question marks on him, that it’s possible to get a government grant for anything?” In a

Read more

STEM Education B.S.

I’m not really swearing in the title of this post because I am not so much angry as sad. I have been reviewing grant proposals recently. Generally, I hate reviewing proposals because the pay is

event_note
close

I’m not really swearing in the title of this post because I am not so much angry as sad. I have been reviewing grant proposals recently. Generally, I hate reviewing proposals because the pay is

folder_open Grantwriting
Read more

Next time maybe you should try a goat: Programming with a little creativity

Someone sent me a video on self-defense a while back showing the various ways people respond when threatened.  It noted that we automatically think of ‘weapon-like’ objects for self-defense. We may not actually have a

event_note
close

Someone sent me a video on self-defense a while back showing the various ways people respond when threatened.  It noted that we automatically think of ‘weapon-like’ objects for self-defense. We may not actually have a

Read more

Wandering through the blog: random, unfocused thoughts on research, SAS etc.

The NIH stimulus grants were supposed to be announced in August. Many people I know have already been turned down, no surprise since there were 10,000 applications for 200 grants. I checked on grants.gov last

event_note
close

The NIH stimulus grants were supposed to be announced in August. Many people I know have already been turned down, no surprise since there were 10,000 applications for 200 grants. I checked on grants.gov last

Read more

Discovering if your data blow with help from SAS Enterprise Guide

“Is there anything you can do to help? I’d kill you but there is a law against it. You’d better leave before I figure out a way around that.” This comment was made by a

event_note
close

“Is there anything you can do to help? I’d kill you but there is a law against it. You’d better leave before I figure out a way around that.” This comment was made by a

Read more

My Adventures with SAS 9.2 v2 and sexual harassment

FINALLY got a few minutes to download the latest version. For some reason the download I received was for the planned installation as opposed to the basic installation. In 25 words or less, basic installation

event_note
close

FINALLY got a few minutes to download the latest version. For some reason the download I received was for the planned installation as opposed to the basic installation. In 25 words or less, basic installation

Read more

Phi coefficients, odds ratios and the F-word

Yes, I am the F-word – a feminist. I was at a faculty meeting this weekend and one of the presenters began by saying, pointing to a colleague in the audience, “I am sure Dr.

event_note
close

Yes, I am the F-word – a feminist. I was at a faculty meeting this weekend and one of the presenters began by saying, pointing to a colleague in the audience, “I am sure Dr.

Read more

SAS was good today and so was the weather

It was 85 degrees in soCal today. Just thought I would rub that in for the benefit of my former and present colleagues in the frozen north. The advantage of having a blog as opposed

event_note
close

It was 85 degrees in soCal today. Just thought I would rub that in for the benefit of my former and present colleagues in the frozen north. The advantage of having a blog as opposed

Read more