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  • October

    • DARE Kickoff Event

      October 24, 2019

      The enthusiasm and the level of response to the second DARE seed funding competition was impressive. We received 23 DARE proposal submissions from teams composed of 209 members. These participants represent our most research active, collaborative, and accomplished principal investigators. With only a limited number of awards, selecting awardees from this strong set of proposals was very challenging.

      Please join us for the DARE Kickoff Event, where awardee teams will provide an overview of their vision, goals, and deliverables as well as collectively celebrate the University's research mission.

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    • Funding Institutional Webinars

      October 16, 2019

      Elsevier's Funding Institutional (FI) is a searchable database containing data on funding opportunities, funders, and awarded grants, drawn from a wide range of governmental and private sources. Investigators utilizing FI may increase grant rate success, uncover new sources of funding, and maximize time and productivity.

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    • Drexel Social Science Research Committee Bus Trip to DC – Registration Ending Soon

      October 11, 2019

      Drexel Social Science Research Committee is pleased to announce that we will organize a bus trip to Washington, DC for Drexel social scientists to meet program officers from various federal grant agencies. Grant officers will have a panel discussion on topics like “How to write a proposal that fits a call?” They will also join Drexel social scientists in a roundtable discussion on how to be awarded federal grants with a social science focus. 

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    • SPARK Innovation Competition

      October 10, 2019

      SPARK is a 24 hour (Nov. 14-15) think-tank style competition giving you the chance to solve real-world problems alongside professional engineers, scientists and industry representatives.

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  • September

    • National Research Administrators Day

      September 25, 2019

      September 25th marks National Research Administrators Day, a day that we recognize the contributions made by research administrators every day. National Research Administrators Day was designed to acknowledge how administrators regularly support the faculty and researchers in their work, protect our institution's research reputation, and ensure the sound stewardship of sponsored research dollars. 

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    • NIH High-Risk, High Reward Program Seminar

      September 12, 2019

      Join Becky Miller, PhD, Program Officer for the NIH Director’s Early Independence Award, as she gives a presentation on the High-Risk, High-Reward Research program at NIH. This program supports researchers pursuing highly innovate research with the potential for broad impact in biomedical, behavioral, or social sciences within the NIH mission. She will discuss the current NIH Director’s Awards that provide a diverse set of funding opportunities, including the Pioneer Award (senior investigators), New Innovator Award (early career investigators), Transformative Research Award, and Early Independence Award (recently graduated PhDs).

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  • August

    • 2019 STAR (Students Tackling Advanced Research) Scholars Summer Showcase

      August 20, 2019

      The Office of Research and the Office of Undergraduate Research, a unit of the Pennoni Honors College, invites the Drexel community to join us for the 2019 STAR Scholars Summer Showcase on Thursday, August 29, 2019.

      This event serves to showcase the faculty-mentored research, scholarship, and creative work of the 175 rising sophomores participating in the STAR Scholars Program this summer. Please join us to celebrate their achievements.

      The poster sessions and Quick Pitch competition are open to the Drexel University community and the general public.

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      August 19, 2019

      This RFP invites Drexel University interdisciplinary program initiatives involving clinical, health services, and/or biomedical research. These funds will be used to promote research projects that will lead to high quality scholarship (i.e., publications), technology commercialization, submissions for extramural support and ultimately awards from the NIH, DOD, NSF, and other governmental agencies and foundations. Details are provided in the RFP.

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  • July

    • What is Funding Institutional and why should I use it?

      July 01, 2019

      The Office of Research and the Office of Institutional Advancement have subscribed to Funding Institutional (FI), a searchable database containing data on funding opportunities, funders, and awarded grants, drawn from a wide range of governmental and private sources. Investigators utilizing FI may increase grant rate success, uncover new sources of funding, and minimize time and maximize productivity using this resource.

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  • June

    • Research: Year-In-Review

      June 20, 2019

      With the close of AY2018-2019, Aleister and I, in recent discussions, appreciated that the research enterprise, although there is much work yet to be done, has reached significant milestones over the past year. I asked Aleister to summarize several of the achievements so we can share as a year-in-review. In addition, I offer my congratulations to all our DARE recipients. And, for other strong DARE proposals, I hope to find additional ways to continue your efforts. We hope you have a productive and refreshing summer.

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    • Introducing Dough Stay as Director, Electronic Research Administration

      June 17, 2019

      Today, Monday, June 17, 2019, we welcome Doug Stay to the Office of Research team as Director, Electronic Research Administration (eRA). In his role, Doug will oversee the research administration systems that are used to electronically conduct research administration processes and transactions for the university.

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  • May

  • April

    • Social Science Research Committee sponsored by the Office of Research

      April 23, 2019

      The Office of Research has for the past six years sponsored a group of faculty to help spur social sciences research at the university. Originally named the Social Sciences Initiatives, we have recently renamed this group as the Social Sciences Research Committee (SSRC). We are pleased to announce the new members of the SSRC.

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  • March

    • New Director of Human Research Protection

      March 18, 2019

      We are pleased to announce that after an almost year-long search, Gabrielle Rebillard will become the new Director of the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) within the Office of Research, effective March 18, 2019.

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  • January

    • New Intellectual Property Policy

      January 18, 2019

      In November, 2018, the University approved a new Intellectual Property Policy covering the innovations developed here at Drexel that are protected by patents and copyrights. Approval of this policy was the culmination of a long-term effort by the administration, Faculty Senate and academic leaders of the Colleges and Schools to modernize our policies in light of changes to federal law, policies and best practices. This new policy replaces the following policies, Patent, Copyright and Courses Delivered Over the Internet, which have been consolidated and updated into one policy.  Further, the new policy harmonizes Drexel’s approach to intellectual property, replacing three older policies that conflicted with governing law as well as each other.

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    • Drexel Plan to Implement Revisions to the Common Rule

      January 18, 2019

      The purpose of this announcement is to provide you with the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) plans to implement the revised regulations governing research involving human subjects, the Common Rule. We refer to the revised regulations as the Revised Common Rule or 2018 Regulations throughout this notice.

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    • 2018 Partial Federal Government Shutdown

      January 15, 2019

      The federal government shutdown started on December 22, 2018 which affects agencies that are not covered (funded) by appropriations bills already signed into law.

      The following federal agencies are funded by an appropriations bill so their grant agreements should not be affected:

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