Entries by bche.williams

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 […]

PCORI Funding Announcement for Science of Engagement

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) has announced a funding opportunity that is forecasted to open on Tueday, July 12, 2022. The UF Office of Research wants to give interested faculty enough time to form teams and working groups in anticipation of this opportunity. The requested proposals will build an evidence base on stakeholder and […]

Association of Teacher Educators – Research Award

The Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) has opened applications for their Distinguished Research in Teacher Education award sponsored by the Robert Schuck Fund. The award was established to recognize and promote exceptional research that substantially contributes to the improvement of teacher education. More information is available on the award page. Recipients are expected to present […]

2022 NCES STATS-DC Data Conference

The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) has announced their annual STATS Data Conference for August 8-12, 2022. It will be 100% virtual as well as free and open to the public. NCES is now accepting presentation proposals with a Monday, May 30th deadline. Highlights include discussions on policy issues, use of education data and […]

Awarded Projects for March 2022

Congratulations to Zandra de Araujo for her award from Miami-Dade County; Lynda Hayes for her two awards from the Florida Department of Education; Herman Knopf for his subcontract Robert Wood Johnson Foundation flow through award from the University of Miami; Paige Pullen for her two awards, one from the United Way Suncoast and one from Riverside County in […]

Submitted Projects for March 2022

Best wishes to Stephen Flory, Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko, Whalen Dillon, and Sadie Ryan for their proposal to the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program; Hannah Bayne, Jason Arnold, and Jeffrey Pufahl for their subcontract John Templeton Foundation flow through proposal to Stetson University; Mary Bratsch-Hines, Paige Pullen, Walter Leite, and Wei Li for their proposal […]

Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program Open

The 2023-2024 U.S. Scholar Program’s competition is now open. There are over 400 awards being offered in over 130 countries. Fulbright awards allow U.S. citizens to teach, research, and carry out professional projects abroad for up to one year. The program is also providing free webinars to learn more about the available opportunities. Applications are […]

UF Research Announces New Mandatory Courses

UF Research has announced the launch of two new courses developed in coordination with UF HR’s Training and Organizational Development group. The first course, RSH500, will be mandatory for PIs and key personnel. This course on Faculty Stewardship covers key concepts related to effort reporting as well as cost principles. This course replaces mandatory training […]

UF Call for Proposals: 2022 Advancing Racial Justice

In 2020, UF President Kent Fuchs designated the Black experience, racism, and inequity as the foci for the 2020-2021 academic year. To continue supporting these important and necessary conversations into 2022, UF Research and the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer at UF invite proposals for the second Advancing Racial Justice Seed Fund at the […]

Research Collaboration Opportunity in Europe for NSF Awardees

For researchers who have an active award with NSF, supplemental funds may be available to pursue research collaboration with European colleagues through the EU-funded European Research Council grants. You can request the list of ERC-funded PIs and researcher teams by emailing Roxanne Nikolaus at rnikolau@nsf.gov and then communicating directly with ERC PIs for a potential […]

Effective Practices for Data Sharing

The National Science Foundation has released a Dear Colleague Letter to provide guidelines on data sharing in scientific research. The guidelines include effective practices for making research data discoverable and citable by other researchers. Proposals to the NSF are required to contain a Data Management Plan (DMP), and this letter addresses ways for NSF grantees […]