Research News, 2018
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Office of Research. Research News. -- Wichita State University, 2018.
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January 2018: First monthly SBIR Q&A Session is Jan. 18 -- Research Funding Opportunity: EPSCoR Research Infrastructure Improvement -- Research workshop: 'Conflicts of Interest & Time Commitments' on Jan. 23 -- Apply for $4,000 Award for Research/Creative projects by Feb. 2 -- Office of Research offers budget development workshop on Feb. 2 -- 10 Common Grant-Writing Mistakes -- Upcoming Events -- Office of Research links
March 2018: WSU professors and students recognized for innovative research -- Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Forum calls for abstracts -- Texas Tech will host free National Endowment for the Humanities grant application workshop April 6 -- NSF offers Computer & Information Science & Engineering Proposal Writing Workshop -- University Research/Creative Projects award deadline is April 6 -- Required Conflict of Interest form now available online -- WSU-supported K-INBRE program highlighted in national journal publication -- WSU tops national rankings for research and development funding -- NIH Peer Review Revealed provides a front-row seat to a NIH peer review meeting
Mat 2018: The Office of Research will be hosting a webinar presented by the NSF's CAREER Program on May 15
July 2018: NIH to Host Workshop on Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Advance Biochemical Research -- Institute of Education Sciences hosts webinars on applying to the U.S. Department of Education -- URCA & MURPA deadline reminder -- Employee announcements -- Learn about Export Controls Compliance -- Research links
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