The Research Development Office’s (RDO) new Seeding Excellence Initiative (SEI) invites researchers to apply for funding to help support community engagement, attract underrepresented students to research, advance the careers of early scholars, and spur collaborations across the disciplines.
Researchers interested in collaboratively exploring children’s mental health development are invited to learn more about a virtual Neuroscience, Development, and Mental Well-Being Ideas Lab kicking off this fall by registering for one of two upcoming information sessions.
Bridge-building isn’t just about making connections, growing relationships, and finding common goals (though it’s all of those things). It’s also about taking action through hard and coordinated work, sweat equity, and a shared vision to close the gap between one thing and another.
University of Iowa researchers interested in learning about limited, but potentially lucrative, research funding opportunities have a sleek new tool at their disposal.
Limited submission programs are competitive funding programs that restrict the number of proposals that may be submitted from one institution. Institutional applicants for programs with limited submission restrictions are determined through an internal review process.
The second annual Research Services Fair Oct. 10 will offer University of Iowa faculty, staff, postdoctoral scholars, and students more experts, resources, and opportunities to succeed in research and scholarship—all under one roof.
It’s never too early to start strategizing about how to write a winning grant proposal that will get attention and bring in research funding.
The Research Development Office, a unit of the Office of the Vice President for Research, will host a Research Services Fair on April 11, 3:00-6:00pm, in the Mediacom Outdoor Room of the Kinnick Press Box.
As part of the Research Development Office’s (RDO) efforts to bring together faculty from across disciplines and grow campus connections in innovative ways, the RDO is hosting a series of speed networking events. The next topic will focus on one of the nation’s great public health crises – mental health and illness.
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