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New CADRE Fellowship Program for Coronavirus Research

The Collaborative Archive & Data Research Environment (CADRE) project has announced a new fellowship program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fellowship program, called the Research Cohort for the Study of Coronaviruses (RCSC) will accept researchers who are performing work related to COVID-19 or coronaviruses. There is currently no deadline for proposal submissions, and accepted researchers and research teams can begin their work immediately. See here to submit an RCSC research proposal form.

As an RCSC researcher, you can:

If you have questions about CADRE or the RCSC fellowship program, contact the team at cadre@iu.edu


The Ohio State University Libraries is a partner institution on the CADRE project, which means that all Ohio State researchers can access the platform to work with the Web of Science, Microsoft Academic Graph, and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office datasets. Visit the Getting Started page on the CADRE website to learn more.

To sign in to the CADRE platform using your Ohio State credentials, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the CADRE gateway site, and click “Login.”
  2. Choose the option to “Sign in with your corporate ID” by clicking the “cilogon” button.
  3. Under “Select an Identity Provider,” choose “Ohio State University” in the dropdown menu. Check the box to “Remember this selection” (so you can bypass this step in the future), and click “Log On.”
  4. You will be redirected to the familiar Ohio State single sign-on screen, where you can log in with your name.# and password.
  5. Once logged in, you will land on the CADRE dashboard, with access to the Query Interface and Jupyter Notebook environments.

Access the December 2015 Issue of “Research Development and Grant Writing News”

Some of the topics this month include:

  • Avoiding the Mule’s Kick at NSF
  • Writing Grants to the Department of Education
  • Heuristic White Papers Build Teams & Ideas
  • NSF FY 2015 Financial Report
  • Proposal Writing Tips for Non-Native English Speakers
  • Agency News, Reports, and New Funding Opportunities

The Office of Research provides a campus-wide subscription to this excellent newsletter; access current and past issues at http://go.osu.edu/grantwritingnews (OSU login required). The writers and editors are experts in research/proposal development and the recommendations are especially helpful to those who are new to grant writing or want to enhance their grantsmanship skills.

Quick Hits

NSF DCL: Germination of Research Ideas for Large Opportunities and Critical Societal Needs Link
NIH Manuscript Collection Optimized for Text-Mining and More Link
Postdocs’ Guide to Gaining Independence: Laying the Groundwork Link
Conversations About NIH Support of Graduate Training Programs Link
The National Alliance for Broader Impacts Link

Access the September 2015 Issue of “Research Development and Grant Writing News”

Visit http://go.osu.edu/grantwritingnews (OSU login required).

Topics this month include:

  • What does NSF mean by “Innovation Ecosystem”?
  • White House/NSF Webcast on HBCUs
  • NSF ERC Webinar Report
  • NSF Reverse Site Visits
  • U.S. Department of Interior
  • Agency News, Reports, & Roadmaps
  • New Funding Opportunities and much more

The Office of Research provides a campus-wide subscription to this excellent newsletter. Ohio State’s subscription permits unlimited distribution within the campus research community with your OSU login. Please feel free to forward this link, http://go.osu.edu/grantwritingnews, to anyone involved in research, i.e., faculty, staff, postdocs, graduate, and/or undergraduate students.

The writers and editors are experts in research/proposal development and this resource should be required reading for anyone preparing a grant proposal. The recommendations are especially helpful to those who are new to grant writing or want to enhance their grantsmanship skills.

Quick Hits

All About Indirect Costs Link
What is an Innovation Ecosystem? Link
ASA, CSSA, and SSSA to launch new open access journal Link
Science Organizations Highlight Societal Benefits of the Geosciences Link
New Tools to Help Students Make Informed Decisions About Higher Education Link

Access the August 2015 Issue of “Research Development and Grant Writing News”

Visit http://go.osu.edu/grantwritingnews (OSU login required).

Topics this month include:

  • Is There a Need for Your Proposed Project?
  • Make Your Case for Value-Added Benefits
  • Implicit Requirements: Dark Matter of the Research Solicitation
  • Strategic Planning for an NSF ERC
  • Agency News, Reports, & Roadmaps
  • New Funding Opportunities and much more

The Office of Research provides a campus-wide subscription to this excellent newsletter. Ohio State’s subscription permits unlimited distribution within the campus research community with your OSU login. Please feel free to forward this link, http://go.osu.edu/grantwritingnews, to anyone involved in research, i.e., faculty, staff, postdocs, graduate, and/or undergraduate students.

The writers and editors are experts in research/proposal development and this resource should be required reading for anyone preparing a grant proposal. The recommendations are especially helpful to those who are new to grant writing or want to enhance their grantsmanship skills.

Quick Hits

Request for Information: Strategies for Simplifying NIH’s Grant Application Instructions Link
Early Career Research Program: Department of Energy – Office of Science Link
The Community for Advancing Research Discovery in Education Link
Mentoring for the Postdoctoral/Early Career Researcher: Key Elements and Broader Impacts Link
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Solicitation Link

American Geographical Society Library Fellowships: Call for Applications

The American Geographical Society Library, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries, welcomes applications for two short-term research fellowship programs.

The AGS Library fellowship program was created to give scholars an opportunity to pursue their work in proximity to a distinguished collection of primary sources from the 15th century to the present, including maps, atlases, books, periodicals, film media, and digital data files.

Eligible candidates for these fellowships include established scholars and doctoral students who have completed their coursework and are at the stage of writing their dissertations.

Applications must be received at the AGS Library by October 31, 2015.

For more information about the AGS Library fellowship program and details on how to apply, visit: AGS Library Research Fellowships.

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