The STEM Ambassador Program (STEMAP) is accepting applications from faculty, post docs, graduate students, and staff in STEM fields for its 2020 science communication and public engagement cohort. Through STEMAP, scientists design and implement public engagement of science activities in non-traditional venues to reach those who cannot or do not engage with science through conventional outlets, such as by visiting a museum or science center.
Have you ever received this feedback? Talking with a program officer can have a powerful impact on a researcher's thinking. From re-sharing the research design to reconsidering where the proposal should be submitted, or if it even should be submitted at all. Preproposal communication with program officers can help avoid a distressing outcome, and perhaps protect your most precious resource – your time. Talking with researchers is one of the most important responsibilities assigned to program officers, so you should help them do their jobs!
Advances in stem cell research have created tremendous opportunities across a broad spectrum of fields. This course provides students with all the necessary knowledge and technical know-how to start working with human stem cells. The lectures introduce the fundamentals of stem cell biology, and expose students to ongoing stem cell related research at the University of Utah.
Librarians and professional staff at the Marriott and Eccles Health Sciences Libraries are ready and willing to assist you with research data sharing. We can help you locate a data repository based on your discipline and file format using our Repositories for Research Data guide. If no such repository exists, we can assist you in submitting your datasets to The Hive: University of Utah Research Data Repository.
Pivot is a searchable data base that supports the research and scholarly community at the U. It is available to all University of Utah faculty, staff, and students. Pivot offers a variety of valuable research resources including; funding and publishing opportunities, collaborator identification, and scholarly profiles.