GRANT DEVELOPMENT - OGSP Workshops (Powerpoint presentations.PPT)
1. For the Novice: "The Transition: Pre-Award Proposal to Post-Award Funding" (Fall 2012)
2. For Dept Chairs: "The Grant Development Process at YSU: Role of Dept Chairs" (Nov. 2011)
Available at the CFDA site (Catalog of Fed. and Domestic Assistance)
IRB TRAINING (Human Subjects Research): Go to "Compliance-Human Subject Research"- this OGSP website.
IRB.Training Workshop 2010 (.PPT) - by OGSP
* Requirement* - Beginning Fall Term 2010.
All YSU faculty, students, and staff who are involved with Human Subjects research are required to complete TRAINING and be Certified.
Training is available at the NIH site: http://phrp.nihtraining.com/users/login.php
Send your completed Certificate to our IRB secretary (Cheryl Coy).
ETHICS and INTEGRITY:
The federal Office of Research Integrity (ORI) provides information about Ethics and the "Responsible Conduct of Research". The ORI has training information at: http://ori.dhhs.gov/education/products/
(Use the drop down Tabs: "Research Misconduct" and "RCR Resources")
The links below are Training resources available through the ORI site.(see their Left side panels).
a. ETHICS (RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH):
b. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST:http://ori.dhhs.gov/education/products/rcr_conflict.shtml
c. RESEARCH MISCONDUCT:http://ori.dhhs.gov/education/products/rcr_misconduct.shtml
RCR (RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH)
Requirement - for the National Science Foundation (NSF)
Training on the "Responsible Conduct of Research".
NSF Statement: Proposals submitted after Jan. 2010. Read.
YSU Statement on RCR: Read.
Intellectual Property (IP) Webinar series - sponsored by DoD (Dept. of Defense)
Go to: Webinar - Synopsis for Fall 2012
Intellectual Property Webinar Series – Fall 2012
Information covered in this series will be particularly helpful for organizations that develop or make use of technologies, designs, or other content; especially if their value would depend on protection (i.e. from patent, trademark or copyright). For each webinar, USPTO thought leaders will be leading the discussion.
This webinar series is scheduled every 2nd Wednesday of the month, 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET. Register once for the entire series to access all 8 webinars. Slides and recordings for each IP webinar are posted onto: www.nist.gov/mep/ip-webinar-series.cfm