Stephanie Ogilvie Seagle

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Image by Pixabay Hello, and welcome back to our asynchronous workshop series, How to Design a Successful Innovation Grant. The series began in September, and it ends this month, when Innovation Grant proposals are due to the Virginia Western Educational Foundation. Let’s review some of our Lab Lessons so far, including: #1: Grant proposals are...
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Hello, and welcome back to our asynchronous workshop series, How to Design a Successful Innovation Grant. The series began in September, and it will end in March 2022, the same month Innovation Grant proposals are due to the Virginia Western Educational Foundation. If you’re just now joining us, and you intend to submit an application...
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Image by Pixabay Hello, and Happy New Year! If you have followed our asynchronous workshop series, How to Design a Successful Innovation Grant, from the beginning — and have completed most of the “homework” — then this means you have trekked the most difficult part of the journey! It gets easier from here, I promise....
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Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay Hello, and CONGRATULATIONS! If you have followed our asynchronous workshop series, How to Design a Successful Innovation Grant, from the beginning — and have completed most of the “homework” — then this means you have trekked the most difficult part of the journey! It gets easier from here, I...
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Hello, and welcome back to our asynchronous workshop series: How to Design a Successful Innovation Grant.  The series began in September, and it will end in March 2022, the same month Innovation Grant proposals are due to the Virginia Western Educational Foundation. Hopefully this approach will help you slowly explore your ideas — on your...
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Hello, and welcome back to the Innovation Lab! We just started an asynchronous workshop series: How to Design a Successful Innovation Grant, and there’s plenty of time to catch up.  The series began in September, and it will end in March 2022, the same month Innovation Grant proposals are due to the Virginia Western Educational...
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Two years ago, I wrote what has become the most popular post on this grants blog:  “Why I’m so excited about our G3 grant project” I can only guess the post is popular because prospective students are now Googling information about the state’s G3 program, and this page bubbles up in the search results. But...
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Hello, and welcome to the Innovation Lab! This is a virtual lab …  a digital makerspace where we ask a lot of questions, experiment, and play. Our first project is an asynchronous workshop series: How to Design a Successful Innovation Grant. The first step in the series begins on this blog today, and it will end in March...
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Image from Pixabay I’m so excited to launch Virginia Western’s own Innovation Lab. Of course, this will be a virtual lab …  a digital makerspace where we ask a lot of questions, experiment, and play. Our first project is an asynchronous workshop series: How to Design a Successful Innovation Grant. What are Innovation Grants? These...
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As you probably know, I’m a big fan of the Future Trends Forum with Bryan Alexander. Every Thursday afternoon, Alexander hosts some really fascinating higher education authors/leaders in a virtual forum that encourages questions from the audience. Back in March, I blogged about his conversation with Dr. Paul LeBlanc, president of Southern New Hampshire University. Years ago,...
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About Stephanie

Stephanie SeagleStephanie Ogilvie Seagle has served as Grant Specialist at Virginia Western since 2016, but she prefers her honorary title: “Chief Joy Officer.” Stephanie spent most of her career at The Roanoke Times, a daily newspaper, where she served in various news and features roles including “Shoptimist” shopping columnist. She earned a bachelor’s degree in integrative studies at George Mason University and a master’s of arts in liberal studies at Hollins University. Stephanie is a mom to one human daughter and multiple chihuahuas … and is obsessed with reading nonfiction, Halloween, and crafting glow necklaces inspired by the Mill Mountain Star. Glow Roanoke!

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