To support the BJI’s mission of transdisciplinary research, innovation, translation and education, each PI or designated team member, is required to take part in the BJI Showcase Series (progress update showcase presentation of 10-15 mins.) at project initiation and project completion. Showcases are typically one hour with 2-3 presentations and they are open to the broad BJI membership. Funds will not be released until these events are pre-scheduled with Shannon Woodhouse email@example.com.
Finally, the PI is required to work with BJI’s communication team to produce a news article about the project. Additional project updates will be requested as needed for the Institute’s annual
INTRODUCTORY SHOWCASE - This presentation is meant to get people excited about recently funded projects. Award winners are encouraged to provide details about the research problem and the gaps being addressed, and about the team gathered to accomplish the project. To create interaction with the audience, the presenters may choose to highlight potential risks and mitigation plans or unique disciplines, stakeholders or expertise they seek to engage;
END OF GRANT SHOWCASE - This presentation is meant to update people on progress and impact of the project. Award winners are encouraged to briefly provide details about the research problem, the approach and outcomes of the work. To create interaction with the audience, presenters may choose to talk about knowledge translation plans, leveraging opportunities and future research directions.
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Strategic Fund - Introductory Showcase Slidedeck Template
Strategic Fund - End of Grant Showcase Slidedeck Template