Office of Sponsored Programs

Keeping Your Research Dreams from Becoming a Nightmare

Thu, 5 Jan 2017 1:15 PM - 4:00 PM

Thursday, January 5, 2017 

1:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Rose Library Room 3311

With or without funding, navigating the world of research compliance can be frustrating.  This roundtable is for any faculty interested in conducting research.  From use of human subjects and/or animal subjects to gift or sponsored funding proposal development to expenditure monitoring and close-out, we will answer your questions.

Facilitators from the Office of Sponsored Programs, Sponsored Programs Accounting, Office of Research Integrity, and Corporate and Foundation Relations are eager to answer these questions, share lessons learned, and provide tips and tricks in an informal Q&A setting.

Faculty participants will make progress toward these outcomes:

  • Understanding the resources and services of the Office of Sponsored Programs and the Office of Research Integrity, and
  • Gaining knowledge about research compliance, the Institutional Review Board, and research integrity.
Faculty participants will make progress toward these scholarship outcomes:
  • Enhancing scholarly productivity, and
  • Exploring & securing funding opportunities to support scholarly activities.
Facilitators: Carolyn Strong, Director, Office of Research Integrity,
John Hulvey, Director of Sponsored Programs Accounting,
Tamara Hatch, Interim Director Sponsored Programs Administration,
Carrie Tillman, Assistant Director of Research Integrity, and
John Meck, Corporate and Foundation Relations

To register for this roundtable session and other sessions at the January 2017 Symposium click here

January Symposium webpage

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