Entries by bche.williams

Awarded Projects for May 2022

Congratulations to Frank Fernandez and Banafsheh Moradi for their award from the Spencer Foundation; Frank Fernandezfor his subcontract William T. Grant Foundation flow through award from Northern Illinois University; Hyunyi Jung, Chonika Coleman King, Zandra de Araujo, and Mary Bratsch-Hines for their award from the National Science Foundation; Chonika Coleman King and Taryrn Brown for […]

Submitted Projects for May 2022

Best wishes to Anthony Botelho, Wanli Xing, Walter Leite, Philip Poekert, Catherine Cavanaugh, and Zandra de Araujofor their proposal to the Schimdt Futures – Futures Action Network; Herman Knopf and Elizabeth Shenkman for their subcontract Administration for Children and Families flow through proposal to Florida’s Office of Early Learning; Erica McCray, Margaret Kamman, and Melinda […]

NSF Regional Innovation Engines

The National Science Foundation’s newly established directorate, the Directorate for Technology, Innovation and Partnerships (TIP), has launched an initiative called NSF Engines to catalyze and foster innovation in technology, foster partnerships, and spur regional talent. The program will harness STEM research across the nation and develop resources.  The program will begin offering webinars over the […]

DSP Summer Community Q&A

The UF Division of Sponsored Programs is hosting an online community Q&A session designed to address your sponsored programs related questions. This will not be a formal presentation, so please come prepared with any questions related to Proposals, Agreements, Awards, or Subawards. The Zoom link is now available. If you have any questions lead up […]

Fulbright Canada Webinar

The Fulbright Awards in Canada would like to invite you to register for a free webinar on how to prepare a successful application for a Fulbright in Canada. The recording will also be available afterwards if you register in advance. The award opportunities include the distinguished chairs program, research chairs program, and postdoctoral research awards. […]

UF Research Human Subject Research Process Improvement Working Group

As you may know, the UF Office of Research has chartered two working groups to examine the effectiveness of the human subject research and laboratory animal research enterprises at UF.  Three weeks ago, the Human Subject Research Process Improvement Working Group (HSRPIWG) conducted a Qualtrix Survey gathering your thoughts regarding the Human Subject Research enterprise.  […]

ORCID IDs for UF Researchers

The UF Office of Research expects all key persons on federal grants to connect their ORCID ID to UF in advance of federal sponsors making this a requirement for all proposals. An ORCID ID is an identifier that enables connections with other researchers and lists publications, grants, affiliations, and more in one place. Your ORCID […]

Awarded Projects for April 2022

Congratulations to Frank Fernandez and Justin Ortagus for their award from Arnold Ventures; Lynda Hayes for her three awards from the Florida Department of Education; Philip Poekert for his two awards, one from the Early Learning Coalition of Palm Beach County and one subcontract DHHS flow through award from Florida’s Office of Early Learning; and […]

Submitted Projects for April 2022

Best wishes to Zandra de Araujo for her proposal to Marion County Public Schools; Frank Fernandez for his proposal to the Partnership for College Completion; Christy Gabbard for her proposal to the Florida Department of Education; Elyse Hambacher for her proposal to the Spencer Foundation; Kristy Boyer and Maya Israel for their subcontract NSF flow […]

NSF Virtual Grants Conference

The National Science Foundation is hosting a free, weeklong Grants Conference online. Sessions are expected to fill quickly, so early registration is encouraged. The conference sessions will be recorded and available on demand on their YouTube page afterwards. If you have any logistical questions, you can contact grants_conference@nsf.gov. Monday, June 6, 2022 through Friday, June […]

IES Release: Researcher Guide on Sharing Study Data

The Institute of Education Sciences recently released a guide to help researchers make decisions around sharing their study data. It covers which data and documentation to share, how to organize it, and where to share it. The IES has identified making data open as one of their Standards for Excellence. The guide also provides links […]

NSF Director’s Statement on FY2023 Budget

The executive branch of the federal government has submitted a budget request for FY2023, and the director of NSF has released a related statement. The proposed budget includes over $10 billion for the National Science Foundation. These funds would go to the following priorities: accelerating research and development in climate change and clean energy, advancing […]

Free SPSS Training Course

UF offers a free, self-paced online training course for learning how to use SPSS and SamplePower 3 software packages through practical application and hands-on exercises. A functional knowledge of graduate-level statistics is required, and an SPSS certificate can be earned for completing all modules of the tutorial. The course was developed for faculty, staff, and […]

UF Research 2022 Summer Seminar Series: Research Integrity and the Responsible Conduct of Research

This summer, UF Research Integrity, in collaboration with CTSI, will once again host a seminar series on Research Integrity and the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR). Participants will gain an understanding of the responsible conduct of research and an overview of the UF research enterprise. Participants may enroll in one class, the whole series, or […]

ORCID IDs and Federal Funding

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) currently strongly encourages all researchers seeking federal funding to have and use an Open Researcher and Contributer ID (ORCID). An ORCID ID is an identifier that enables connections with other researchers and lists publications, grants, affiliations, and more in one place. An ORCID ID is already required in order […]