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Higher Education - Technical Assistance Project

HETAP logo - Higher Education Technical Assistance Project - Office of Minority health Resources Center

NEW! Don’t miss this session at the American Indian
Higher Education Consortium Student Conference!

Wednesday, March 16, 2016, 1:00pm – 2:50pm
Minneapolis Convention Center, Room 205-C
1301 2nd Ave. S, Minneapolis, MN

Featured Presenters:

  • Elton Naswood, Senior Program Analyst, Office of Minority Health Resource Center
  • Terry L. Louwagie, Community Programs Director, U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • Mildred C. Hunter, Regional Minority Health Consultant, Office of Minority Health, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Region V

Meet federal agencies. Learn strategies to make your research proposals more competitive.
Find opportunities to partner and work to reduce health disparities.

The Higher Education Technical Assistance Project (HETAP) Regional Training series targets institutions of higher education, including minority serving institutions. Training sessions include:

  • Hands-on sessions with federal grantmakers and regional officials
  • Strategic guidance on preparing competitive research proposals
  • Workshops on health disparities programs and partnership opportunities
  • Special networking events

HETAP presentations will focus on sharing resource development strategies, regional health data and information, emerging health disparities research, community engagement, and opportunities for networking.

Who should attend?

College and university administrators and faculty, researchers, nonprofit and health care professionals. Institutions of higher education, including minority serving institutions, are seeking to improve their resource development capacity should send:

  • University/college faculty members with at least three years of experience
  • Researchers, administrators, grant writers, resource development officers
  • Community agency leadership
  • Health research center professionals
  • Individuals interested in expanding and learning new approaches to improve research funding for minority institutions and communities
  • College students interested in health and science research
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