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Research Expo

This event features information to support the growth and success of your research program!

More than 50 exhibitors – research support services, centers/institutes, community partners and vendors – will be on hand to help you navigate your way through Ohio State’s research enterprise.

Attend one or more “Lightning Talks” (~10 minutes each, see schedule below); demos/presentations feature resources to: find funding, build a data management plan, access purchasing tools to effectively manage your start up funds, use the PI Portal to monitor your research projects, engage with iThenticate (anti-plagiarism software), establish an ORCID (Researcher ID), etc.

Schedule

11:30 a.m.
Opening Reception for all early career investigators; enjoy exclusive access to our exhibitor community; welcome remarks at Noon.

Noon – 2:00 PM
Research Expo opens for all members of the research community

12:15 PM – 1:25 PM
“Lightning Talks” – brief presentations/demos every 10 minutes

  • 12:15 PM – SPIN Funding Opportunities Database
  • 12:25 PM – eCOI (Conflict of Interest Disclosure form)
  • 12:35 PM – Data Management Plans
  • 12:45 PM – Purchasing Tools (managing your start-up funds)
  • 12:55 PM – PI Portal (administrative and financial information)
  • 01:05 PM – iThenticate (anti-plagiarism software)
  • 01:15 PM – ORCID (researcher ID)

Access the June 2016 Issue of “Research Development and Grant Writing News”

Money

The current issue (June 2016) is now available; topics this month include:

  • Interdisciplinarity Makes Strange Bedfellows
  • National Mircobiome Funding 2016/2017
  • IES Basic Grants Webinar Report
  • Where is NSF Going & Why & Where Will the $’s Be?
  • An Overview of the Big Data Strategic Plan
  • Research and Educational Proposal Writing Web Resources
  • Agency Research News, Reports, Workshops & Roadmaps
  • New Funding Opportunities

Access is available at http://go.osu.edu/grantwritingnews (OSU login required). Feel free to forward this to anyone involved in research, i.e., faculty, staff, postdocs, graduate 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 proposal development skills.

Quick Hits

NSF Broadening Participation Portfolio Link
Federal Big Data Research and Development Strategic Plan Link
New Portal to Human Subjects Protections Information Link
Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society Link
NIH Funding Opportunity Announcements Explained Link

Predatory Publishing, Solicitation Scams, and Unethical Publishing Practices: A Panel Discussion

Event Details
Thursday | April 7, 2016 | Noon – 1:30 PM
Research Commons | 3rd Floor 18th Avenue Library | 175 West 18th Ave.

Lunch provided, please register for this event.

Join us for an informal presentation and discussion about the alarming increase of predatory publishing and other scams. This session will focus on the quality and integrity of the publishing process, responsible editorial policies, transparency & ethical manuscript review, and things authors should look out for when assessing a journal. Presenters will share resources on both the potentials and pitfalls of open access publishing and where to go for additional information when it comes time to publish your research. This session is open to all members of the university community, i.e., faculty, postdocs, and graduate students. Learn more about this topic.

Panelists:

Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, PhD
Vice President, Strategic Alliances | Global Academic Relations | Elsevier

Adjunct Senior Instructor, School of Professional Studies | Philanthropy and Nonprofit Organizations | Northwestern University

Editor-in-Chief, AWIS Magazine | Association for Women in Science

Founding President | National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP)

Melanie Schlosser
Digital Publishing Librarian, Associate Professor, Collection & Technical Services

Jennifer Yucel, PhD
Research Integrity Officer & Director Office of Research Compliance

Caroline Wagner, PhD
Chair, University Senate Research Committee, Wolf Chair in International Affairs, John Glenn College of Public Affairs

Vladimir Kogan, PhD
Assistant Professor, Political Science, College of Arts & Sciences

Jan Neiger, PhD
Assistant Vice Provost, Office of Academic Affairs

Dr. Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski’s visit is being coordinated by the Center for Applied Plant Sciences (CAPS), University Research Committee of the Faculty Senate, Office of Research, and University Libraries.

Access the January 2016 Issue: “Research Development and Grant Writing News”

Topics this month include:

  • Private Foundations that Fund Academic Research: A Quick Guide
  • Research Narrative Knowledge Base
  • In Brief: NIH New Strategic Plan (2016-2020)
  • Write Like You Are the Reviewer
  • Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems
  • Agency News, Reports, and New Funding Opportunities, etc.

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

Science Policy in 2015: Year in Review by AIP Link
An NIH Grant Submission New Year’s Resolution Link
ORiGAMI – Graph Analytics for Medical Innovation Link
The GLOBE Project: A Worldwide Science and Education Program Link
2016 Global City Teams Challenge Link

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
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