Entries by twynne

Calling all Social and Behavioral Scientists: Accelerating Research through International Network-to-Network Collaborations Funding Opportunity

Accelerating Research through International Network-to-Network Collaborations (AccelNet) is a program in the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Office of International Science and Engineering that funds international networking and research coordination activity to advance progress on grand research challenges in any scientific discipline funded by existing NSF programs. The program is particularly interested in receiving proposals from […]

EDU 2024 Spring Advisory Committee Meeting

The EDU 2024 Advisory Committee Meeting will be held from May 29-30, 2024. The theme of this year’s meeting centers rural and remote communities with a specific examination of how STEM education and workforce opportunities can be unleashed. This two-day conference will include six breakout sessions including but not limited to sessions addressing rural STEM […]

Announcing the Launch of an RFI on AI-Powered Innovations in Mathematics Teaching and Learning

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is launching a Request for Information (RFI) on AI-Powered Innovations in Mathematics Teaching & Learning. Specifically, this RFI seeks to (1) highlight innovative AI approaches in K-12 mathematics teaching and learning, and (2) help leaders in K-12 education better understand AI in education. Please submit ideas through this RFI […]

New Training Requirement for NSF Investigators

Effective May 20, 2024, the National Science Foundation (NSF) populations that are required to be trained in the Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research (RECR) is expanded to include faculty and other senior/key personnel (PAPPG 24-1). More information regarding the required trainings are as follows: Training will be offered through CITI, take approximately 4- 6 […]

From the IES Director: Statistically Significant Doesn’t Mean Meaningful

American Statistical Association Releases Statement on Statistical Significance and p-Values. The American Statistical Association (ASA) has released a statement on statistical significance and p-values, outlining six principles of proper use and p-value interpretation. For example, p-values and tests of statistical significance do not determine the size of an effect or whether a difference is educationally […]

Invitation to Participate in the 2024 COE Research Symposium – Inspiring Innovation in Education Research

Dear UF College of Education students, faculty, and staff, the upcoming College of Education Research Symposium is set to take place on March 28, 2024 from 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM in the COE Conference Center. This year’s theme will be “Inspiring Innovation in Education Research: Exploring Creative Approaches and Novel Solutions,” aiming to spark […]

OER events for Spring 2024

Library Support for Researchers Trey Shelton, Chair of Academic Research & Consulting Services (ARCS) George A. Smathers Libraries  Tuesday, March 19 from 12:00noon-1:00pm  **********  All Things Pre- & Post-Award Administration Thomasenia Adams, Associate Dean for Research & Faculty Development & Rosabel Ruiz, Associate Director, Research Administration  Tuesday, March 26 from 12:00noon-1:00pm  ********** All Things Tenure […]

OER Office Hours Spring 2024

Dear Colleagues, the Office of Educational Research is pleased to announce a new service for all COE faculty. We will provide consultation to anyone seeking support for sponsored research projects. Hop on our dedicated Zoom call to speak to an OER representative, where we will answer any pre-proposal questions you may have. Office hours for […]