Human Subjects Research Workshop rescheduled for November 13
The human subjects research workshop has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 13, from noon-1:30 pm in the Kanza Room. Stephanie Dyson Elms, Office of Research Integrity, University of Kansas, will be the workshop presenter. Ms. Dyson Elms will present information on what activities qualify as human subject research, the types of research activities that require approval from the IRB (Institutional Review Board), and the types of human subject research activities that are exempt. Faculty and students involved in any type of research involving human participants are encouraged to attend this brown-bag workshop. Bring your lunch from the Hornet Express or order from the Skyline Room and join us for this informative session.
Research Assistance Available for FY 2015
Funds have been made available from the Provost's office to assist faculty with the costs related to research and creative activities. Coordinated through the Research and Grants Center, support will be given for presenting at out-of-state conferences, research travel, or other research supplies and materials. Requests must be submitted to the Research and Grants Center by January 16, 2015. More information and application form
U.S. Department of Education awards new grant to ESU's Department of Counselor Education
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Updated Policy for Applying to Private Foundations
ESU faculty are encouraged to seek external funding from private foundations. However, you need to coordinate your efforts with the ESU Foundation. New procedures have been adopted in order to facilitate this and to ensure that our proposals to private foundations are stronger and have a better chance of success. Please read this policy before you approach a private foundation or develop a grant proposal. Policy for Applying to Private Foundations
Faculty, staff, and students involved in research activities at Emporia State University should be aware of the different compliance regulations that govern research activities.
The Research and Grants Center has forms you need for research projects and grant administration.
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QUEST magazine highlights research activity at Emporia State University. The first two issues focused on established faculty/researchers at ESU. The most recent issue highlights activity of new faculty.
The following videos are available from Research & Creativity Day, 2014:
Three Minute Thesis: http://youtu.be/4uJ504lVfaE
Poster Session: http://youtu.be/EuLMT8AtOcU
Award Ceremony: http://youtu.be/qDSEE2bgEmc