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The Great Lakes Research Consortium is holding a “Great Lakes Research Mentoring Workshop”, March 28 from 10am-3pm at the Onondaga Lake Visitors Center for new academic and research faculty interested in Great Lakes issues and research. Below please find the workshop agenda.


Our goal for this workshop is to introduce you (or re-introduce you) to the resources provided by the GLRC, who the key players (agencies) in the Great Lakes region are , and most importantly,  have a dialogue with Don Zelazny from NYSDEC and Bill Wise from NYSG regarding specific funding opportunities for GL research. We will also have a conversation with faculty about developing successful Great Lake research proposals.


To assist us in planning, we ask that you please pre-register by calling the GLRC office at 315-470-6720 or via email to  Please provide your name, campus, and email address and we will send you a confirmation with further information. There is no cost for this workshop!


We look forward to having you join us and begin a dialogue to assist you in becoming a successful Great Lakes researcher.




GLRC Mentoring Workshop

March 28, 2015


Location: Onondaga Lake Visitors Center


  • Welcome, Introductions, Overview of the GLRC

Greg Boyer, GLRC Director

  • HOMES: A Review of who’s who in the Great Lakes

Dave White, GLRC Assoc. Director

  • Research Funding:

NYS Agency Funding;

Don Zelazny, NYSDEC Great Lakes Program Coordinator

NY Sea Grant Research Priorities and Funding;

Bill Wise, NYSG Director

  • Lunch

  • Research Areas of Interest:

Discussion of YOUR Interests and Opportunities – All

  • Developing Successful Great Lake Research Proposals:

Tips for Developing Great Lake Proposals (Research Faculty Perspectives)

Financial Do’s & Don’ts;

Theresa Baker, GLRC

  • Q & A

To register please call the GLRC office at 315-470-6720 or via email to Please provide your name, campus, and email address. A confirmation with further information will be sent.




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