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New NSF Broader Impacts Workshop

Research Training

The Broader Impacts (BI) criterion is an increasingly critical element for successful proposals. In this interactive workshop, researchers will learn about elements of BI, and receive guidance to develop innovative public engagement activities specific to their own research and personal interests that are innovative, executable, and can be rigorously evaluated. Drawing upon the NSF-funded STEM Ambassador Program participants will leave the session with ideas that will make their BI statement stand out to reviewers. Participants who take this BI Workshop may later attend a semester-long training for in-depth guidance to implement these BI activities.

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Faculty Fellow Awards 2021-2022

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The Faculty Fellow Awards (FFA) provide a semester of full release time (from teaching and administrative tasks) at full salary to tenure-line faculty for scholarly/creative projects OR to support pilot studies for external funding proposal submissions.

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New Associate Director of Research Education - Jesse Morris, PhD

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Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Jesse Morris, PhD, as the Associate Director of Research Education, effective October 1st, 2021. This is a new position within the Research Education department. Dr. Morris will report directly to the Associate Vice President for Research Integrity & Compliance.

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Corporate Funding Opportunities

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PIVOT Center works with companies to thoroughly understand their R&D goals and match them to research goals of the appropriate faculty members at the University of Utah. PIVOT’s Corporate Engagement team works across all schools and units to facilitate partnerships and offer expertise on identifying opportunities that include grant funding, sponsored research and creating strategic corporate partnerships. PIVOT also provides guidance to faculty for successful stewardship.

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Research Education - REd

Research Training

The Office of Research Education (REd) provides “comprehensive training and learning opportunities and resources for faculty, students and staff engaged in responsible conduct of research at the University of Utah.”

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Last Updated: 4/13/21