The National Institutes of Health recently announced implementation guidance for its new Data Management & Sharing (DMS) Policy, which requires researchers to prospectively plan for how scientific data will be preserved and shared through submission of a Data Management and Sharing Plan.
Two faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Julia Kleinschmit, clinical professor in the School of Social Work, and Hayley O’Malley, assistant professor in the Department of Cinematic Arts, received OVPR Community Engaged Scholars grants for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.
The funding program, a collaboration with the Obermann Center, provides grants up to $5,000 for faculty members and community partners to collaborate on a publicly engaged, research-based project in the arts, humanities, or social sciences.
With $500,000 in funding from the OVPR Interdisciplinary Scholars awards program, an interdisciplinary team will start work on a new project at the intersection of climate, the environment, and health. The award is sponsored by the Research Development Office within the Office of the Vice President for Research.