Research News, 2016
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Office of Research. Research News. -- Wichita State University, 2016.
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September 1, 2016: September research workshops -- Deadline for WSU research grants is Oct.7 -- Intellectual property management workshop -- WSU announces request for proposals for interdisciplinary cluster hire -- T3 moves to Research and Technology Transfer division -- Research highlilght: Gregary Houseman & Esra Buyuktahtakin -- Upcoming events -- Important Office of Research links
October 3, 2016: October research workshops -- Office of Research adds workshop focused on internal grants -- Research highlight: Mary Jameson, developing scarab beetle identification and screening tools for Hawaii and the Pacific -- Office of Research highlights WSU's subscription to the Grant Resource Center -- Reminders -- Upcoming events -- Important Office of Research links
November 1, 2016: Research Open Labs in November -- Office of Research accepting nominations for $2500 Excellence Awards -- NSF EPSCoR accepting proposals for Track-2 Focused Collaborations -- Limited submission opportunity: EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement Track 4: EPSCoR Research Fellows (RII Track-4) -- Wsy should I care about research compliance? -- Fall 2016 NSF Grants Conference Webcast Nov.14 & 15 -- Serve as a faculty peer reviewer for NIH -- Upcoming events -- Important Office of Research links
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Dorothy and Bill Cohen Honors CollegeUndergraduate Research Grant Program is administered byt he Dorothy and Bill Cohen Honors College. The grants support student research and creative/performance projects, and are available to all undergraduate students who ...