This event features Ohio State faculty members who have received the NSF CAREER Award. Learn how to prepare a successful proposal and how to access the Ohio State resources available to help develop proposals.
Presenters include Mary Juhas (Gender Initiatives in STEMM), Mary Gardiner (Entomology), Mark Moritz (Anthropology), Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan (Human Sciences), Manoj Srinivasan (Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering), Don Terndrup (Astronomy), Jeff Agnoli (Office of Research), Howard Greene (College of Engineering), Kim Lightle (College of Education and Human Ecology), and Chris Andersen (STEM Initiatives). To register, visit the Office of Research website. The session will be videotaped and posted for viewing on this webpage. Video recordings of previous sessions are available here.
STEM Initiatives will host an Ohio State viewing site for Academic Research Funding Strategies’ two-hour webinar on writing NSF CAREER proposals. The webinar covers:
- How to decide when and if it’s the right time to apply for a CAREER grant
- How to position yourself and your research to be competitive for a CAREER
- How to structure your proposal
- How to develop an educational plan
- Keys to success and common mistakes to avoid
- A step-by-step discussion of each section of the proposal and what it needs to tell the reviewers
- How to analyze reviews and decide whether to revise and resubmit
- Questions and Answers
Additional materials, including example proposal sections, proposal outlines, and helpful resources, are also included. To register, visit the Office of Research website. STEM Initiatives will purchase 30-day access to Academic Research Funding Strategies’ recording of the webinar. Instructions for viewing the recording will be available on CarmenWiki (OSU login/password required).
This workshop focuses on the outreach/education/diversity portion of the NSF CAREER proposal, including an overview of Ohio State and community resources that collaborate with prospective CAREER applicants on outreach to schools and the public, development of courses, and recruitment of students from underrepresented groups. To register, visit the Office of Research website. The session will be videotaped and posted for viewing on this webpage. Video recordings of previous sessions are available.
Caroline Whitacre, vice president for research, and Jan Weisenberger, senior associate vice president for research, would like to welcome you to the Ohio State Research Community. Meet representatives from the Office of Sponsored Programs, the Office of Responsible Research Practices, University Laboratory Animal Resources, the Industry Liaison Office, and Gender Initiatives in STEMM. College Research Officers (associate deans for research), research center directors, and other select members of the research community will be there to answer your questions.
This event is open to all newly hired faculty (within the last three years).
Continental breakfast reception will be available.
Plan to visit with the more than 50 exhibitors at the Research Expo. The Expo continues until 1pm.
More than 50 exhibitors – research support services, centers/institutes, core laboratories, shared resource providers, and campus vendors – will be on hand to help you navigate your way through Ohio State’s research enterprise.
Learn how the university and its partners can help you advance your research activities.
Plan to stop by anytime between 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Caroline Whitacre, vice president for research, will deliver the annual “State of Research” address and present the 2013 “Innovator of the Year” awards.
Reception to follow in Woody’s Tavern at the Ohio Union to honor the Innovators of the Year.
Thursday, September 24
8:30 a.m. – noon
Ohio Union, Great Hall Meeting Room
More than 60 exhibitors – research centers, institutes, core laboratories, shared resource providers, and campus vendors – will be on hand to help you navigate your way through the research enterprise.
The Expo provides a great opportunity to network with fellow researchers and find collaborators for future endeavors.
The event is open to the entire research community.
View the list of exhibitors.
RSVP to attend the event.
The target audience for the first hour of the Research Expo (8:30 AM – 9:30 AM) includes newly hired faculty and academic/administrative leaders of the research enterprise. The exhibit hall will remain open from 9:30 AM – 12 PM for all other members of the Ohio State research community, i.e., faculty, staff, and students.
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Annual State of Research Address and Presentation of the Innovator of the Year Awards
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22
U.S. Bank Conference Theater
Dr. Caroline Whitacre, vice president for research, will deliver the annual state of research address. Learn about the breadth, scope and excellence of Ohio State’s research programs.
At the conclusion of the address, Dr. Whitacre will present the 2015 Innovator of the Year awards. Be one of the first to find out who will be this year’s Innovator of the Year, Early Career Innovator of the Year and Student Innovator of the Year.
Join us for a reception honoring the 2015 Innovators in Woody’s Tavern immediately following the announcement.
The event is open to the entire research community. RSVP today.
For more information contact Beth Haas at firstname.lastname@example.org.