Tuesday, November 12, 2013
11am – 12 pm
2116 Hornbake Bldg, South Wing
Susan Winter, Lecturer and Assistant Program Director, College of Information Studies University of Maryland
Based on her recent experience as a Program Officer and Science Assistant at NSF, Susan Winter will discuss the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) proposal solicitation and review processes as well as strategies for writing competitive proposals. The focus is on identifying relevant programs of interest to researchers interested in communities, technology, and information and understanding their requirements and guidelines.
Dr. Susan Winter is a Lecturer and Assistant Program Director of the Master of Information Management (MIM) program at the iSchool, University of Maryland (UMD). Before joining the faculty at UMD, Susan was Program Director of Cyberinfrastructure at the National Science Foundation. She received her PhD from the University of Arizona, her MA from the Claremont Graduate University, and her BA from the University of California, Berkeley. She has more than 20 years of international managerial and consulting experience. Her research on the impact of information and communication technology on the organization of work has resulted in more than 20 publications, seven grants, and 30 refereed conference presentations (including three Best Paper awards).