GPA Announces Recipients of the 2017 GPA Pioneer Award
GPA is pleased to announced the recipients of the 2017 Pioneer Award as the following: International Pioneer Award - Arizona Community Foundation; Local Pioneer Award - Ellen Browning Scripps Foundation. Congratulations to both of you and your nominators! Find out more!
GPA Mentor Match!
GPA's long awaited Mentor Program has launched! Learn more about the program and sign up to be a Mentor or Mentee here.
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I often write about the academic grant world. This time around, I decided to share my spin on a borrowed concept: stewardship.
You read that title correctly, returning funds for noncompliance can be rewarded. Yes, rewarded. It happened to me.
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