Faculty Development Workshops,
Research & Sponsored Programs Training,
and Other Learning Opportunities
for Faculty, Staff and Administrators
Research for Lunch Series - Started in 2009-10, this series provides an opportunity for UA researchers to present their research in an informal "brown bag" lunch setting. New sessions will be added throughout the year and announced via the Opportunity Briefs, and Email Digest. To RSVP or become a presenter, contact Kelly Ruszkiewicz, x-7774.
Dr. Abraham Joy, Assistant Professor of Polymer Science, presented a Research for Lunch entitled, Teaching an old dog new tricks: Design and development of polymer for biomedical applications. Click here to link to his November 2012 audio presentation.
Sponsored Programs Administration Training Series (SPATS) is a series of 1.5 hour workshops geared towards departmental staff and administrators who work with grant and contract funding. These workshops, offered in both “Introductory” and “Advanced” levels will cover the administration of sponsored programs funding from beginning to end. SPATS sessions are presented jointly by staff from the Office of Research Administration (ORA).
Workshops & Other Presentations - Workshops covering a variety of topics are presented by external and internal speakers throughout the year, based on faculty interests and requests. To RSVP or suggest a topic, contact Kelly Ruszkiewicz, x-7774.
- Grants.gov Tutorial - Created to assist researchers navigate through grants.gov. Updated: August 2010
- CITI/RCR Tutorial - Created to assist students and post-docs in complying with the NSF mandate for training in the Responsible Conduct of Research, using CITI, the required, free external training program. Updated: September 2010
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