Grant writing workshops are offered to provide tools and training on topics related to growing a robust research enterprise here at the USF Sarasota Manatee. Click on the workshop title to go to the registration page.
The Research Administration Faculty Fellows are bringing you Pecha Kucha events. Check back for more information.
– We are planning a valuable session that will bring together the technology students, faculty, and industry. https://cyberflorida.org
[USF Experts Guide] – This workshop will provide insights and best practices on how to share your research with the media, e.g. speaking to the intellectual non-expert audience, include aspects of research that have been published.
– This workshop will cover what peer reviewers look for when considering inter- or multi-disciplinary proposals.
Health focused with regional hospitals (Manatee, Sarasota, Blake)
Collaboration focused with the Cross College Alliance
- Communicating Research to the Media
- Florida Cybersecurity Center
*** If you are interested in seeing a workshop topic covered, please email the USFSM Office of Research at email@example.com ***
USFSM Research Workshop - Interdisciplinary Grants
Interdisciplinary Grants research workshop led by invited speaker Dr. Chuck Connor, professor in the USF School of Geosciences. Interdisciplinary teams examine the big questions from a variety of perspectives, integrating the research projects to consider the implications of science on society and broadening human understanding of the world today and the promise, through innovation, for a better tomorrow. To register, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Lunch provided to registered participants. If you have any food allergies or need special accommodations, please note that in your registration email.
Finding Funding Using Pivot
This workshop led by Elizabeth Foster, Program Manager for the Academy of Certified Research Administrators at USF. Participants are encouraged to bring their laptop or smart phone. Together, we will (1) learn how to use pivot to easily and quickly search for funding opportunities that best suit your research and career interests, (2) maximize USF tools and resources for optimal results; and (3) discuss funding opportunities at your doorstep.
Caryle Cammisa has a wealth of experience and would like to share her USAID expertise with our faculty, staff and students. The USAID (United States Agency for International Development) grant is a federal grant program for foreign countries to assist them in providing humanitarian assistance or economic development which enhances American political or economic policies abroad.
The Florida High Tech Corridor is a regional economic development initiative of the UCF, USF, and UF.
The FHTC mission is to grow high tech industry and innovation through partnerships that support research, marketing, workforce and entrepreneurship. The Matching Grant Research Program at the University of South Florida can provide up to $150,000 in matching grant funds for collaborative research projects between local industry partners and USF researchers, including Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) / Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) funded projects. Corridor funding is used to expand the project's scope of work and support student involvement in cutting-edge research endeavors. For more information, please visit http://www.usf.edu/research-innovation/rf/usf-connect/funding-available/index.aspx
Dr. Cross currently serves as Director for the USF Office of Undergraduate Research. Previously, he has led the design and implementation of courses focused on exposing students to the practice and philosophy of research. Having worked in e-commerce with more than ten years in fortune 500 companies (financial and retail services) managing cross-functional teams, corporate projects, and business strategy for technology integration, Dr. Cross brings insight and opportunity to the table.
This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of proposal budgets. We will help participants understand the difference between Grants vs. Gifts, and dispel budget myths. We encourage participation by faculty and staff engaged in the research enterprise. Resources are available to you in the Office of Research. Also, TRAIN® has developed tools for budget development and award reconciliation. This workshop will be recorded and posted on the USFSM Research website. Sample Grant Writing Timeline | Grants vs Gifts | Presentation Slides | Advancement Presentation Slides
At the workshop we learned about USF’s partnership with SOFWERX. SOFWERX performs
collaboration, ideation and facilitation with the best minds of Industry, Academia
and Government. SOFWERX can also conduct rapid prototyping and rapid proof of concepts
from ideation discovery. Contact Sandy Justice if you are interested in attending
and Executive Briefing and Facilities tour at SOFWERX.
USF Institute of Applied Engineering: DoD Grants and Task Order Contracts (Watch the video presentation here.)
Invited Speaker: Dr. Sudeep Sarkar, Associate Vice President for USF I-Corps Programs, and Professor & Chair, Computer Science & Engineering, USF College of Engineering. Participate in a 6-week National Science Foundation program–right here at USF. Get the tools, techniques, and training to develop your ideas into potential products or companies. Work directly with a mentor from business or industry. Receive a grant up to $3,000. Website: http://innovation.usf.edu/icorps Email: email@example.com
Diane Fulkerson, MA, MLS This 60-minute session will discuss how to identify a legitimate publisher, what resources area available to help researchers on campus as well as the common myths and perceptions surrounding Open Access.
Faculty can contact Murat Haner or Melissa Sloan with any questions they may have about this event.
A day of student-based presentations and discussions on research engagement. This year’s poster presentations are a mix from all four colleges spanning from business projects and ideas to scientific research and exploration. This annual event is coordinated by Dr. Kim Badanich in the College of Science and Mathematics.
Faculty workshop to learn how these the SciVal and Scopus resources from USF Libraries
can help them identify high impact journals, locate potential research collaborators,
and provides the ability to track publication metrics. Using the databases together
provides faculty with a dashboard of information about their publications. The attached
quick reference guides will help familiarize faculty with the key features of each
database. Faculty can contact Diane Fulkerson, Director of Information Commons\Library
Services with any questions they may have about Scopus or SciVal. SciVal Guide | Scopus Guide
NSF Grant Writing Workshop
This workshop provides an overview of the NSF, their strategic goals and current funding opportunities. We will discuss best practices when reaching out to your NSF Directorate as well as service on peer review panels. We will also cover the proposal development timeline for a competitive grant proposal and resources in the Office of Research to reduce your work in grant preparation.
Research Integrity & Compliance Workshop
This workshop will provide faculty and student researchers with training regarding the recently revised USF System Policies that govern research related conflicts of interest as well as the revised Common Rule of ethics and eIRB application procedures for research involving human subjects.
Research Productivity Workshop
The aims of this workshop will be to help faculty develop tailored research productivity
plans specific to their scholarly expectations. The topics will include: Building
research area: a trajectory of success, Submitting competitive proposals, Mentoring
junior faculty and graduate students, Communicating science, Service counts: Peer
Slides: Human Sides of Grants.
Students Research Engagement Workshop (PPT 10MB)
The purpose of this workshop is to increase students engaged in the research enterprise, promote mentoring through research assistantships and provide interested students with the tools that they need to be research active.
If you have Research Workshop topics that you’d like to see covered, send your suggestions to the Office of Research at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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