In addition to the regularly scheduled grant-specific programs, Research Development Services offers a variety of programs suitable for faculty and researchers interested in pursuing extramural funding.
Research Development Services is offering open panel discussions and seminars on the NSF CAREER program, NIH R Series, and NEH Fellowships in Academic Year 2020-2021. Although the sessions are open to all, sessions are targeted towards early career faculty.
NIH Early-Career Scientists: New and Early-Stage Investigators
This is an informational session on NIH funding mechanisms for early-career scientists: new and early-stage investigators led by Dr. Libby O’Hare from Lewis-Burke Associates and Drs Aimee Jo Gibney & Bekah Coşkun from RII’s Research Development Services.
NSF's Improving Undergraduate STEM Education HSI Program: Overview & Tips to Apply
Are you a faculty or staff with a passion and know-how for broadening participation in STEM among minoritized students attending Hispanic Serving Institutions? Do you have equity-minded, evidence-based ideas for how to do this? NSF HSI IUSE may be of interest to you. In this session, Drs. Franco and Coffey will review the program’s funding priorities and submission types, examples of funded projects and how to apply for the institutional ticket to submit a proposal. (UArizona may only submit one proposal). Dr. Franco will also describe expectations for collaborating with the HSI Initiatives office on your proposal, if selected for the ticket. The next NSF due date is August 25, 2021. Applications to apply for the UArizona ticket will be due April 28, 2021.
RDS Brownbag Series
Research Development Services offers monthly themed brownbag events throughout the Academic Year. You can find the full schedule here.