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.
01/27/2014 - The Scholarly and Creative Activities Committee (SCAC) is pleased to announce the competition for the 2014 Faculty Scholarly and Creative Activity Awards. All full-time, non-visiting faculty members are invited to submit applications in support of research or creative activities. Proposals for projects that have potential to produce external funding support are especially encouraged. Grants of up to $2,000 will be awarded. Detailed application guidelines are available on the SCAC website. The application deadline is Friday, March 7 at 5:00 p.m. CST.
01/17/14 Explore Research Integrity at Luncheon Book Studies: Research and Sponsored Program's annual Exploring Research Integrity event is here! This year, two book study events will be held. On Feb. 20, join Dr. Carla Thompson as she leads a discussion on ethical research, conflict of interest, and responsible authorship as it relates to "Hooked: Ethics, the Medical Profession, and the Pharmaceutical Industry" by Howard Brody (2007). On April 15, Dr. Susan Jans-Thomas will facilitate a discussion of "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley (1823). Discuss the relationship between science and society, motivations of researchers, and more in this classic novel. A light lunch will be provided. Attendance is limited! RSVP early or email for more information. Information: Christi Boddiford, email@example.com, Ext. 6378.
For more information, see Proposal-Award Monthly Activity Logs YTD (RSP000042) in Information Navigator.
|Dept of Applied Sci,Tech&Adm (ASTA)||Rasmussen, Karen L||Florida Inclusion Network 2013-2014||US Department of Education||$260,000|
|Center for Applied Psychology||Kass, Steven J||Race to the Top FLDOE developed Student Growth Models for Hard-to-Measure Course Content Areas (Physical Education, Art, Music)||US Department of Education||$251,455|
|Div of Teacher Educ||Markowitz, Robert A||Technical Assistance and Training (TATS) Coordinator 2013-2014||US Department of Education||$86,938|
|Haas Ctr||Harris, Brice F||Consulting Services for the Development of an Economic Development Strategic Plan for the Town of Century, Florida||Town of Century, FL||$23,000|
|UWF SBDC -SBA Match||Cavanaugh, Daniel A||Florida Small Business Development Center Network 2014 (UWF)||US Small Business Administration||$237,081|
|SBDC-State Director's Office||Myhre, Michael W||Florida Small Business Development Center Network 2014||US Small Business Administration||$5,575,188|
|Dept of Social Work||Herzog, Joseph R||DCF Social Work Field Unit 2010-2015||US Department of Health and Human Services||$70,050|
|History||Moore, Patrick K||HRA-UWF Next Exit History Development Collaboration||Historical Research Associates, Inc.||$58,744|