02/03/2014 - The CITI Program (Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative) is an online provider of research education -- including human subjects, animal care, conflict of interest, and responsible conduct of research training. All UWF researchers and co-investigators involved in human subjects research must undergo training. As a subscribing CITI institution, UWF faculty, staff, and students can complete these widely-used online training modules at no-cost. The Institutional Review Board (IRB) will still accept NIH training; however, all new researchers and investigators completing training prior to 2011 are encouraged to complete the CITI training. For more information, please visit the IRB training web page.
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|Haas Ctr||Schwalb, Matthew J||Emerald Coast Tourism Study||Peter Mayer Advertising||$55,200|
|Electrical & Computer Engineering||Ramachandran, Bhuvaneswari||Team ARGONAUCKET: NASA Training Grant Hybrid Rocket Competition||Florida Space Grant Consortium||$1,292|
|Archaeology Institute||Benchley, Elizabeth D||Conservation of the VR129 Anchor||Southeastern Archaeological Research Inc.||$29,728|
|Haas Ctr||Schwalb, Matthew J||Business Community Awareness of Arc Gateway, Inc. Services||ARC Gateway, Inc.||$3,500|
|Computer Science||Snider, Dallas H||S2ERC Data Mining for Network Performance Assessment||Ball State University||$26,985|
|CEDB||Jeffrey, Wade H||Center for Integrated Modeling and Analysis of the Gulf Ecosystem (C-IMAGE)||Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA)||$175,511|