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Update on Nov. 7, 2022. The video and slides for this event are now available at
The Queens College Libraries is celebrating Open Access Week with a workshop on the new guidelines for federally funded research. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, October 26, 2:00-3:00 PM, and will be online. Please register to receive the URL information.
In August 2022, the White House released new guidelines for sharing federally funded research. These guidelines aim to ensure public access to research, and if your research is federally funded, they will probably affect your work!
The new memo goes much further than previous open access requirements by federal agencies. These new guidelines, which will be implemented by 2025, will require that:
- Federally funded research is made available without embargo
- Research results be made available in repositories as identified by the agencies
- Publications be made available in machine-readable forms according to NISO standards to improve accessibility
- Research data be made available along with the publication (except in cases where this isn’t appropriate)
These guidelines will apply to many more agencies than the previous policies did – so a lot more research is going to be made publicly available when these are enacted.
Ultimately, these guidelines mean your work will be available in new ways and to new audiences.
This workshop will cover what we know about these requirements so far, how they might affect your research and publication processes, and where and how readers might encounter your work. We hope you’ll join us for the workshop!
- Title: Understanding New Guidelines for Federally Funded Research
- Presenters: Nancy Foasberg and Sonali Sugrim
- Date and Time: October 26, 2:00-3:00 PM
- Register: https://qc-cuny.libcal.com/calendar/events/OAWeek2022
- Website: https://library.qc.cuny.edu/blog/upcoming-event-understanding-new-guidelines-for-federally-funded-research/
The NSF-wide solicitation on Cyberinfrastructure for Sustained Scientific Innovation (CSSI) has been revised for FY 2023 and has the submission deadline of December 16, 2022.
Please see NSF 22-632 for details.
This competition may be of interest to mathematics and statistics researchers who are developing software tools and infrastructure, especially if they are working in teams and the tools address the demonstrated needs of a community of researchers.
An informational webinar is scheduled for Thursday, October 20, 2022, at 1:00 PM Eastern time. This webinar will provide an overview of this program and the recent changes made in the solicitation. More details about how to register for the webinar are available here:
Join the GrantForward Webinar for Researchers on
Thursday, September 15 at 11:00 am (Central Time).
In this webinar, we will cover the following items:
- Getting Pre-award Information
- Finding Grants
- Receiving Grant Recommendations
Researcher CaseStudy: How Can I Search for Grants Using Advanced Search Filters?
You can also download the PDF of this CaseStudy.
The Research Foundation of the City Universoty of New York (RFCUNY) Office of Award Pre-Proposal Support (APPS) is pleased to announce academic year 2022 – 2023 research training webinars for faculty.
There will be 14, one-hour RFCUNY Wednesday Brown Bag Research Webinars that will be held between 12 Noon and 1 p.m. on the following dates:
- September 14th and 21st
- October 19th and 26th
- November 2nd, 9th, and 30th
- December 14th
- January 11th and 25th
- February 8th
- March 15th
- April 12th and 26th
Details related to each opportunity can be found here: Upcoming Workshops, Forums, and Training on Grant Development
Further questions can be directed to APPS@RFCUNY.ORG
Wed, August 17, 2022, 1:00-3:00 PM EST
Two 60-min virtual sessions with breaks, plus live Q&A
|Interested in pursuing a SuRE-First grant? The NIH SuRE program supports research at institutions with a significant number of students who are underrepresented in the biomedical workforce and have limited NIH research support. Join our presentation to learn about SuRE-First awards supporting investigators who have not had prior independent external research grants.|
Session One: Programmatic Evaluating Scientific Merit: Specific Aims page and components of the Research StrategyCollaborating with Others: Strategic use of co-investigators and required student researchHighlighting Your Role and Qualifications: Biosketch guidelines and structure
Session Two: Administrative Understanding Specifics: A SuRE-First R16 funding opportunity overviewJustifying Costs: Concepts for appropriate budgetsManaging the Package: Administrative pieces of the proposal package explained
|Brett Spear, PhD|
University of Kentyucky Professor of Microbiology, Immunology, ad Molecular Genetics
Member, Hepatobiliary Pathophysiology Study Section (HBPP), NIDDK
Sean Scott, CRA
iMERS Research Administration Lead
Founder of Coalition for the Advancement of Research at Minority Serving Institutions
Society of Research Administrators International Distinguished Faculty
|FALL 2022 NIH GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP AT THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY|
|We’re accepting applications through Monday, August 15th, for our expenses-paid grant writing workshop on the University of Kentucky campus. View our event flyer and workshop ebook for more information. Apply here |
Applicants: Faculty at Minority Serving Institutions
Location: University of Kentucky Campus, Lexington, KY
Workshop Date: Oct. 12-14, 2022
Application Deadline: Monday, August 15, 2022, 5:00 PM EDT
Applicants Notified: Monday, August 29, 2022If you’re a faculty member at a Minority Serving Institution with promising research, consider applying for our immersive three-day workshop. Successful applicants will have an expense-paid opportunity to attend didactic lectures, participate in interactive exercises, and work with a faculty mentor for personalized post-workshop support. A Specific Aims draft is optional to apply, but providing one will be weighed heavily in the decision-making process.