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Upcoming Research Workshops and Events


Join the Office of Research Services and Sponsored Programs, the Office of Research Integrity and the Office of Research Accounting in collaboration with CT2 for workshops on special topics of interest in research and research administration. Boxed lunch and beverages will be provided for registered participants.

These sessions will be held two Thursdays a month from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in September, October and November covering a wide range a topics related to research. Spaces are limited and registration is required (please note any food allergies or special needs on the registration form). All workshops will be held in the CT2 classroom on the ground floor of Henderson Library.

Please view the ORSSP Events and Workshops page for more information

Thursday, September 15th

NSF Broader Impacts and Intellectual Merit

This session will discuss the requirements of crafting the broader impacts and intellectual merit statements required of NSF proposals, and will provide examples of those statements.

Thursday, September 29th

Working with the Institutional Review Board (IRB), Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and Biosafety Committee (IBC)

This presentation will provide the basic mechanics of working with the peer review committees required to conduct research with human subjects, animal subjects or specialized biological agents.

Thursday, October 13th

Post-Award Activities and Issues for the Principal Investigator

This session will provide required activities for the Principal Investigator once the award is issued, as well as how to handle issues that arise throughout the life of the grant.

Thursday, October 27th

Basic Introduction to Financial Conflict of Interest Disclosure, University Export Controls and Unmanned Aerial System Flight

An overview of requirements for compliance with federal regulations for sponsored and un-sponsored research; an introduction to the system for filing Financial Conflict of Interest Disclosures for sponsored research applications; an introduction to export control regulations; and a brief introduction to the use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (drones) for GS applications.

Thursday, November 10th

Data Management Plans

Many funding agencies and publishers now require that research data be made publicly available. We will discuss the basics of data management planning, sharing, and archiving, with emphasis on resources and supports available to all campus researchers (faculty and students) through the Zach S. Henderson Library.

Thursday, November 17th

Post-Award Activities and Issues for the Departmental Administrator

This session will provide required activities for the departmental administrator once the award is issued, as well as how to handle issues that arise throughout the life of the grant.

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