Introduction to the Funding Information Network Workshop
113 S Lawe St
Lawrence University is preparing to offer its 5th year of Funding Information Network on how to use the FIN network at Lawrence University to find funding.
The Foundation Center makes its robust funding database and search tools available to the public through its Funding Information Network locations. Lawrence is pleased to collaborate with United Way Fox Cities, Oshkosh Area United Way, and the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region to bring this to the greater Fox Cities area for free at its Seeley G. Mudd Library.
You don’t have to wait for a class to get started—the reference librarians are happy to give you a quick orientation anytime the library is open. But if your staff is interested in more in-depth training, we offer hands-on workshops on how to use this valuable database.
Please join us on Monday, May 20 from 10:00am – 11:30am for our Introduction to the Funding Information Network Workshop. Class will be held in the main computer lab (ITC) of the Seeley J. Mudd Library at Lawrence University. Space is limited! Registration is required to reserve a spot. To register, email Svetlana Belova ([email protected]) with your name and phone number.
For more information about the Funding Information Network at Lawrence University, library hours, directions and upcoming events, visit http://guides.lib.lawrence.edu/funding. Stay tuned for information regarding future FIN and Proposal Development workshops, taking place later this summer.