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NSF official provides faculty, staff and students writing advice

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Last month, Karen Cone, a program director in the Divison of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences with the National Science Foundation, spoke to Mississippi State University faculty, staff and students via WebEx.

"The nice thing about this is that they can sit in the comfort of their home or office and participate," said Teresa Gammill, assistant vice president for research.

The Office of Research and Economic Development sponsored the free two-hour webinar March 22.

Cone provided writing strategies and examples of how to write a successful post-doc mentoring plan, data management plan, intellectual merit and broader impact sections.

An archived video of her presentation is available at http://blip.tv/mississippi-workforce-webtv/successful-writing-strategies-for-nsf-proposals-6043222

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