Vol. 6 No. 33 September-October 2016
Revisiting Responsible Conduct in Research Requirements
NSF requires that all students working on NSF grants must have RCR training. That training must cover each of the 9 RCR elements that are applicable to the work they are doing on the grant. The students must sign a form confirming that they have been trained in the appropriate elements. The list of RCR elements can be found at: http://www.brynmawr.edu/grants/RCRPolicy.html. The forms for student signature can be found at: Student Certification of RCR Training. The auditors and NSF are getting very strict about our need to follow the RCR requirements and non-compliance could impact whether a grant remains viable.
SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER APPLICATION TIME
The fall months are usually the time when private organizations such as Guggenheim, American Council of Learned Societies, American Philosophical Society, Sage and others hae set their deadlines for funding in the humanities and the Social Sciences. It is also the time when faculty are busy, returning to campus, getting ready for classes, and are deeply involved in teaching their courses and materials. The result is that the deadlines come and go without an application being submitted. Try to beat the deadline by focusing on writing a proposal now. Work on it every day for an hour and when it is time to submit it, you should be ahead of the game and ready to go.
Professor of Russian Dan Davidson has received an award of $599,863 from the National Security Education Program to support the Language Flagship Initiative in African Languages.
Professor of Russian Tim Harte has been awarded funding in the amount of $145,351 to support the Language Flagship Initiative in Russian.
Professor of Social Work and Social Research Julia Littell has been awarded a grant of $29,250 by the Campbell Collaboration - Norwegian Public Health to support a health study.
Assistant Professor of Geology Pedro Marenco was awarded $6,940 from the American Geoscience Institute to support Diersity Scholarship to engage the "Deep Carbon Observatory Science Network."
Professor Emeritus of Psychology Clark McCauley has received an award of $80,000 from the Department of Homeland Security for continuation of his "Tracking Attitudes" project.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Joel Schlosser was awarded a grant of $17,000 from the Harvard University Center for Hellenic Studies for his project "Herodotean Social Science: Inquiry, Political Education, and Democracy."
Collections Manageer for Special Collections Marianne Weldon has been awarded an NEH Preservation grant of $40,000 for her project entitled "Preservation Study for Special Collections at Bryn Mawr College"
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