Professor Heather Brandt to Speak at Graduate Research Funding Panel Discussion
Dr. Heather Brandt, a member of the Science and Health Communication Research Group, is one of three panelists who will participate in a discussion for graduate students that will provide an introduction to the process of identifying and applying for research funding in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The panel discussion, sponsored by the Women’s and Gender Studies Graduate Certificate Program, is on Tuesday, March 22 and 3pm in Hamilton College, Room 101. The presenters will discuss key funding sources and strategies relevant to scholars from across the disciplines, as well as discussing sources specific to women and gender related research. A reception and refreshments will follow the discussion.
Dr. Brandt is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior in the Arnold School of Public Health. The Science and Health Communication Research Group recently awarded Brandt a seed grant to produce, disseminate, and evaluate a documentary film designed to improve consumption of healthy fruits and vegetables to prevent chronic disease.
The discussion’s other panelists include Beth Herron, Research Development Manager in the Office of Research and Graduate Education and Kay Edwards, a professor in the Department of History.