Research Education Events with Active Registration
DATES: Thursday, September 12, 2019, 9-10am
Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 2-3pm
Tuesday, September 24, 2019, 2-3pm
LOCATION: Mitchell College of Business, Computer Lab 140
DESCRIPTION: Effective July 1, 2018 the Office of Sponsored Projects Administration Office will require that all Grants.gov, ASSIST, and Research.gov (formerly Fastlane) proposals be submitted via Cayuse 424.
REGISTRATION: Register online for the training (required).
September 16: pre-submission workshop for faculty interested in applying for the Social Justice Research Initiative
October 5: pre-submission workshop for faculty interested in applying for the Faculty Development Council programs
November 15: pre-submission workshop for faculty interested in applying for the Research and Scholarly Development Grant
March 9: general session
LOCATION: For the foreseeable future, all workshops will be held via Zoom.
DESCRIPTION: Required for first-time applicants to the Seed Grant to Support the Arts and Humanities; strongly recommended for new faculty and first-time applicants to other programs. Faculty interested in applying to any program are welcome to attend any of the above sessions; however, as noted we may spend more time on specific program requirements as indicated in the schedule above.
REGISTRATION: Register online for the training (required). Workshops are held on demand only. If no one is registered for a given workshop, it will not be held.
COMMENTS: If you need to attend a workshop but cannot attend one of the dates and times given, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
DATES (2021): Thursday, November 4 (3:00pm-4:00pm)
DATES (2022): Thursday, January 6 (3:00pm-4:00pm); Thursday, March 3 (3:00pm-4:00pm); Thursday, March 10 (3:00pm-4:00pm)
***THREE COURSES WILL BE AVAILABLE VIA THE CANVAS (ONLINE) SYSTEM***
TIMES: See above
LOCATION: USA Faculty Club, Canvas (Online)
DESCRIPTION: Education in the responsible conduct of research provides a shared understanding of the rules and ethical norms to perform research. Researchers have both professional and regulatory-related responsibilities to conducting research responsibly, such as practicing scholarly activities and research with integrity. RCR training aims to develop commonality in building shared values in order to promote a culture of compliance, and empowerment to continue conversations within the work environment. Faculty, Postdoctoral Students, and Senior Graduate Students are encouraged to participate.
PARTICIPATION: Faculty engaged in research and other sponsored and unsponsored projects are required to participate in RCR instruction. Specifically, topics marked with an asterisk * are designated as required classroom instruction, which is designed to further enhance online training. For these designated topics, two sessions have been scheduled throughout the 2021-2022 training series to ensure faculty have an opportunity to adhere to the updated RCR training requirement.
All students and trainees engaged in research, regardless of the source of funding, must complete the appropriate institutionally-endorsed RCR training as outlined in the RCR Training Policy.
All research staff and administration are highly encouraged to participate.
REGISTRATION: Register online for the training (required). Registration is required for each session within 24 hours prior of session.
COMMENTS: If you have any questions, please contact Angela Williams at email@example.com .
If you don't see a research training topic/session open for registration, please check the events calendar for information about the next session being offered.