Ravi Basavappa, Program Leader, NIH High-Risk, High-Reward Research Programs REGISTER HERE
Dr. Basavappa will present an overview of the Early Independence, New Innovator, Pioneer, and Transformative Research Awards that are part of the NIH Common Fund High-Risk, High-Reward Research Program. These awards support exceptionally creative scientists pursuing unusually innovative and impactful research projects.
Having trouble keeping track of your training calendar? Wondering how this year’s policy revisions, new toolkits and assessments are going to impact you and your PIs? July 1st is the effective date for a number of updates and changes to the way we apply for and manage grants at the FAS and SEAS, including the new FAS/SEAS Policy on Assessments, the University Cost Sharing Policy, and the Subrecipient Monitoring Toolkit. At our next RAS Coffee Club we will go over the take-home points from each of these rollouts, and touch briefly on new SPECTRA processes (FAS only),...
Please join us for an informative session in which we will answer thes questions below
On March 14, 2017, the National Science and Technology Council’s Research Business Models Interagency Working Group issued the new Research Terms and Conditions (RTCs), which are intended to implement the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR 200) and which are now available for use by federal agencies...
Please join us for RAS Fridays this week on May, 19th. Below are the topics and speakers. Please find the attached agenda for full details. Breakfast will be provided, so don't forget to arrive a few minutes early to grab food and refreshments.
The Star Family Challenge is a research award program established at the suggestion of James A. Star ‘83, supporting FAS and SEAS faculty members in the natural and social sciences pursuing high- risk, high-impact projects with an interdisciplinary focus.
We are pleased to announce the 2017 Star Family Challenge awardees:
Jesse Snedeker, Professor of Psychology, FAS, “Language creation: Modeling the rapid emergence of a new language in Nicaragua”
Elsie Sunderland, Thomas D. Cabot Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering, SEAS; Associate...
RAS Coffee Club: Equipment Management – FAS & SEAS
Want to learn a bit more about equipment management at FAS and SEAS? Need a refresher on best practices in purchasing and approving equipment and the right object codes to use? Find yourself unsure of how to guide your PIs on how to manage equipment when moving labs or transferring to a new institution? If so, join us on Tuesday, April 4th from 9:15am to 10:15am in the Lamont Library Cafe for a cup of coffee and discussion on these equipment topics and more with Jessica McCall, Capital Assets Program...