Research & Creativity Day - May 1, 2014
Research and Creativity Day will begin at 10:00 a.m. with student oral presentations, followed by Three Minute Thesis presentations and the poster session. With over 100 oral presentations and poster exhibits this year, there is something to interest everyone - we encourage the campus community to attend as many of these events as possible.
The award ceremony will begin at approximately 3:15 and will include the announcement of the Audrey S. Major Research Fund Awards by University Libraries and Archives, graduate student scholarships and awards, and the ESU Summer Undergraduate Research Program Awards. Faculty who received research and creativity grants this spring will also be recognized, and the award ceremony will conclude with the presentation of the 2014 President’s Award for Research and Creativity. The recipient, Dr. Charles Brown, Social Sciences, will be the keynote speaker. Please join us in honoring these outstanding faculty and students.
Refreshments will be provided!
New Financial Conflict of Interests Policy (FCOI)
In order to comply with federal regulations related to federal grants, a financial conflict of interests policy and training module has been developed. Principal investigators applying for grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) or the Public Health Service (i.e. NIH) are required to view the FCOI training module, complete the applicable federal online tutorials, and submit a disclosure statement at the time of proposal submission. Co-PI's are also required to comply with this policy. The training module and information on the federal online tutorials are available on the Federal Compliance page. The Disclosure Form is available from that module as well as on the Forms page. Contact the Research and Grants Center if you have any questions.
The Spring 2014 issue of the Graduate School and Research Bulletin is now available!