Carrie Bushá joined the University of Nevada, Reno in 2014. She is a seasoned project management and communications professional with years of experience aligning the interests of diverse groups. Carrie works with a team of college grant coordinators to work closely with principal investigators in training and multi-disciplinary collaboration, ensuring highly-competitive proposal submissions. She identifies funding opportunities that align with the division’s strategic goals and ensures the University’s most qualified researchers are well-positioned to submit compelling proposals. Before joining Research & Innovation, she served as assistant director of alumni relations, editing the Nevada Silver & Blue alumni magazine, and managing the alumni chapter and marketing/membership programs.
For faculty interested in proposal capture services, please first contact your college grant coordinator. As a team, your college’s grant coordinator and Research & Proposal Development Services will work to ensure your proposal receives efficient project management and expert advice. If your school or college does not have a grant coordinator, please reach out to Carrie to see how Research & Innovation can help.
M.P.A., University of Nevada, Reno, 2019
B.A., Political Science, University of Nevada, Reno, 2006