Office of Research, Innovation & Economic Development Workshop Descriptions (Summary)
Human Research Protection Program Virtual Training - International Research

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The Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) will host a one-hour workshop highlighting some of the requirements for conducting research with human subjects internationally. Presenters will discuss how to determine whether review by an international Ethics Committee is required, when data privacy laws such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) apply, when letters of support or cultural appropriateness are needed, and best practices for using translators. The workshop will end with a Q&A session.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Human Research Protection Program Virtual Training - Internet Research: Bots

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The Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) will host a one-hour workshop providing tips for successfully conducting research on the internet while maintaining compliance with human subjects research regulations. Topics to be discussed include using the internet to recruit participants, best practices for collecting online data, and protecting participant privacy and confidentiality online. A representative from OIT will also be present to give tips on how to prevent Bots and other bad actors from fraudulently completing online surveys. The workshop will end with a Q&A session.

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Ninja Street Smarts for Winning NIH Grants

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Presented by: Tom Hollon, PhD (ScienceSherpa.com) Join us for a workshop about winning NIH Grants. Hollon will share his 7 years of experience helping Michigan State University researchers win more than $130,000,000 in grants, mostly from NIH. If you’re having trouble getting a research grant, this one-hour talk about often ignored or overlooked grantsmanship tactics is one you won’t want to miss. About the Presenter: Tom Hollon has been helping clients win grants and contracts since 2003, when he wrote a grant for a client that won $2 million. He has a PhD in microbiology.

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NSF CAREER Proposal Writing Series

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The NSF CAREER Proposal Writing Series will consist of five sessions designed to support faculty who plan on submitting a CAREER proposal in 2022. Topics include the education plan, broader impacts, crafting a persuasive narrative, discussion of funded proposals, and a panel with past awardees. Faculty will be encouraged to set writing goals and discuss their progress during the sessions. This workshop is taught as a series. Participants should plan to attend all session dates: May 2 (1:30–3:00 p.m.), May 16 (1:30–3:00 p.m.), May 31 (1:30–3:00 p.m.), June 13 (1:30–3:30 p.m.), and June 27 (1:30–3:00 p.m.).

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Research.gov: Are you Ready?

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Starting January 2023, the National Science Foundation will require all new proposals to be prepared and submitted in Research.gov, and Fastlane will no longer be an option. DRA is hosting a one-hour workshop plus Q&A time for faculty and staff to learn more about Research.gov. During this session, you will learn about the system's major features - from proposal setup to compliance checking - so you can experience a smoother transition from Fastlane to Research.gov.

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Responsible Conduct of Research Virtual Training - Controlled Unclassified Information

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This training is a general overview of controlled unclassified information (CUI). We will discuss different contractual clauses to be cognizant of during the funding process, and how UT approaches and monitors CUI. This session is open to all members of the University community (faculty, researchers, business managers, staff, and students). The presenter is Mary Jourdan, Assistant Facilities Security Officer, Export Control Officer.

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Responsible Conduct of Research Virtual Training - Data Management Plan and Implementation

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Whether or not a formal Data Management Plan (DMP) is required with your funding application, integrity of your research will rely on how you manage the data produced in your project. This class will explore how to develop and implement a DMP, including use of DMPTool.

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Responsible Conduct of Research Virtual Training - Export Control: International Shipping

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Shipping internationally can be confusing. This can be amplified when it comes to research materials. There may be additional factors for shippers to consider like documentation, country or end-user restrictions, licenses, or fees. Completion of this training will help you navigate the various requirements for international shipping. This session is open to all members of the University community (faculty, researchers, business managers, staff, and students). The presenter is Chris Godfrey, Export Control Officer.

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Test Workshop

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