Entries by klmarsh88

UFIT: Low-Cost Basic Storage Is Now Available

UF Information Technology (UFIT) now offers a basic storage tier. This is the lowest-cost durable SMB storage option available. Basic storage will be encrypted at rest by default and have a daily snapshot, which is retained for seven days for data recovery purposes. (The snapshots are intended for retrieving your data within a week’s time, […]

UF DSP Releases New Award Funding Dashboard

The Division of Sponsored Programs (DSP) is pleased to announce the release of an interactive Award Funding Dashboard in Enterprise Analytics: the new, improved Enterprise Reporting. The Sponsored Program data and report suite is now in Enterprise Analytics and the reports in Enterprise Reporting will be sunset and no longer supported as of August 31, […]

Awarded Projects for July 2018

Congratulations to Lynda Haynes for her award from the Florida Department of Education; Elliot Douglas and Erica McCray for their award from the National Science Foundation; Philip Poekert and Page Pullen for their award from Children’s Services Council of Florida, Inc.; Philip Poekert for his award from Valley of the Sun United Way; and Stephen […]

Submitted Projects for July 2018

Best wishes to Pavlo “Pasha” Antonenko, Andreas Keil, and Stephen Miller for their proposal to the National Science Foundation; Amber Benedict for her subcontract proposal IES Flow Through from the University of Connecticut; Kara Dawson for her subcontract proposal IES Flow Through from Pacific University; Herman Knopf for his subcontract proposal DHHS Flow Through from […]

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Research Spotlight: Walter Leite

Q & A with Walter Leite, Professor in the School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education What basic questions does your research seek to answer? In education, researchers have available a large amount of secondary data. These include national educational surveys, data collected by state departments of education, and data collected by online […]

OER Annual Report of Accomplishments for Fiscal Year 2016

The Office of Educational Research (OER) has completed a draft of its Annual Report outlining data on externally funded projects and grant activities in the College of Education (COE). Faculty productivity and efforts toward securing external funding remain high and have surpassed fiscal year (FY) 2015 in (a) number of proposal submissions, (b) number of […]

Summary of UF Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Indirect Cost Distributions

The FY 2016-2017 Indirect Cost distributions (excluding IFAS and Engineering) have been transferred to PI, Department, and Center overhead projects. The current distributions are at Project Manager (formerly Project PI) 10%; Department Chair 7.5%; and if a center was identified in UFIRST as supporting the project, then up to 7.5% to the Center Director.

NSF Project Reporting Policies and Reminders

The Grant Oversight and New Efficiency (GONE) Act requires federal agencies to submit a report to Congress of all federal grant awards that expired on or before September 30, 2015 that are not closed. The National Science Foundation (NSF) is unable to close awards that have overdue project reports. Awards to institutions with project reports […]

Registration for 2017 Fall NSF Grants Conference Opens Sept. 7

Registration for the Fall 2017 National Science Foundation (NSF) Grants Conference opens September 7 at 12 PM EST on the conference website. The event will take place November 13-14, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel. Semi-annual NSF Grants Conferences are essential learning opportunities for new faculty, researchers, and administrators who want to […]

Changing Policies Impact NIH-Funded Studies Involving Human Subjects

If you are conducting NIH-funded research that involves human subjects, or are considering applying to NIH for support of such research, the following important changes may affect how you address the following: Select the right NIH funding opportunity announcement. Write the research strategy and human subjects sections of your application. Comply with appropriate policies and […]

Awarded Projects for August 2017

Congratulations to Philip Poekert for his awards from Orange County Public Schools, Charleston County School District, School Board of Seminole County, and Alachua County School Board; Melissa Ralston for her award from the University of New Hampshire; and Joni Splett for her award from the Society for the Study of School Psychology. For more details, […]