Grants & Proposal Writing
An institutional researcher development framework has been developed to contribute to researcher training and development by providing a strategic institutional action to support the research career development of TU-K researchers.
Early Career Researchers:
The Technical University of Kenya is committed to supporting the development of its emerging researchers.Further information of the training and development opportunities available can be found in this section. Details of support opportunities and training activities aimed capacity development of emerging researchers are updated periodically and can be found on this webpageat: http://research.tukenya.ac.ke/index.php/researcher-development/internal-training-opportunities and http://research.tukenya.ac.ke/index.php/researcher-development/external-training-opportunities
The development of research students is addressed by the School of Advanced and Graduate Studies.
|May 25th, 2017 at 5:00pm||
TU-K RESEARCH PROPOSAL WRITING WORKSHOP
During this intensive, hands-on proposal writing workshop, participants will learn fundamentals of good grant writing, general preparation of grant application and how to deal with reviewer comments. >> Click here for details
|March 2017 - November 2017||
Structured Training for African Researchers (STARS)
RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAMME
ROUND 2 of TU-K staff includes the following:
|Sept 2015- Jun 2016||Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Technical University of Kenya: Structured Training of African Researchers
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|October 21st 2015||Research Grant Proposals: How to write a Research Concept Note and the Logical Framework
Facilitator: Professor Atieno. A Amadi. Director Institutional Advancement and Development. Technical University of Kenya . Click here to read more
|November 2nd 2015||Navigating the TU-K Research Policy.
Facilitator: Professor. Fiona N. Mbai Director Research and Knowledge Exchange. Technical University of Kenya. Click here to read more
|December 1st 2015||Scientific Writing for Early Career Researchers.
Facilitator: Dr. Alfred Orina Isaac. Director School of Health Sciences and Technology. Technical University of Kenya Click here to read more