Register Now for an NIH Virtual Panel Session

The Office of Sponsored Research and Programs at Hope College and the Office for Sponsored Programs and Research Activities at the University of Detroit Mercy will host an NIH Virtual Panel Session on Monday 15 April 2019 at 1 pm in Schaap 3000 for Hope faculty.  We will have a live-feed between Hope College and the University of Detroit Mercy so […]

Resource Feature: NIH Specific Aims Section

The BioScience Writers Journal has a wonderful resource for those individuals contemplating (or developing) a National Institutes of Health (NIH) proposal.  The most important section of your NIH proposal is the one-page Specific Aims section–it sets the stage for all of the other parts of your application. To assist investigators in developing their Specific Aims […]

John Krupczak receives new National Science Foundation award

John Krupczak, Professor of Engineering, received a new National Science Foundation (NSF) award of $50,944 via the University of Texas at Austin for a project titled Capacity-Building Workshops for Competitive S-STEM Proposals from Two-Year Colleges in the Western US.  The award period is 1 January 2019 through 31 December 2020. This project will develop workshops […]

Hope receives 9 new awards from the Michigan Space Grant Consortium!

Hope faculty and students are the recipients of NINE new Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) grants for 2019-2020! Four Hope students will receive fellowships: Meredith Bomers (mentor: Peter Gonthier), Eric Leu (mentor: Brian Yurk), Armandine Uwimana (mentor: Michael Misovich), and Carmen Chamberlain (mentor: Amanda Eckermann).  Students will work their mentors on a research project during […]