Collaboration Challenge Research Grant from the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Network
The CC Research Grant (CC-RG) will help make it feasible for students to engage in interdisciplinary collaboration as a component of their graduate research by directly funding a research project. Graduate students are invited to submit proposals for studies that involve researchers from disciplines other than their own (graduate student, faculty, or otherwise). The ICN anticipates offering at least two $1000 CC-RGs awards per school per year. This award will directly fund research in accordance with a budget that will be included with the proposal (i.e., the award will not be a stipend).
The deadline is December 12th. For more info and to apply, visit http://www.interdisciplinarycollaborativenetwork.org/ccprogram
Professional Development Workshops
INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD
Will you be conducting research with human subjects? This workshop, led by Paula Baker from the Office of the VP for Research and Creative Scholarship, will clarify what types of projects are required to be reviewed by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and outline the steps needed to ensure a smooth and successful IRB application.
—Thursday, November 6, 3:10-4pm, Mansfield Library 283 Student Learning Center
Some useful and interesting links:
UM Strategic Plan for 2012-2020 (.pdf download)
On-Campus Funding Opportunities: