Research Development Services is planning a number of different seminars and workshops that can assist faculty in becoming more familiar with the resources available and strategies necessary to obtain funding for their research, scholarship, and creative activities.
Research and Scholarship at Mason Orientation
On Tuesday, January 19, 2021 and Thursday, January 20, 2021, the Office of Research conducted the first Research and Scholarship at Mason orientation. The orientation, which focused on new faculty, but open to all, was designed to help faculty become more familiar with the resources available and strategies necessary to undertake extramurally supported and impact driven projects as they lay the groundwork for excellence in research, scholarship and creative work. Over 100 faculty, staff and administrators registered for the event and there were over 70 participants over the two-day orientation. Participants heard from the Vice President for Research, Innovation and Economic Impact; Associate Deans for Research; and a faculty panel in addition to representatives from the Office of Sponsored Programs; Office of Research Integrity and Assurance; Offices of Undergraduate and Graduate Education; Corporate and Foundation Relations; Office of Research Computing, Entrepreneurship; Innovation & Economic Development; and University Level Institutes (IBI, ISE and IDIA). Thank you to all who participated.
A link to the agenda, presentation slides, and videos can be found here: Research and Scholarship at Mason SharePoint
You Won a Grant. Now What?
April 9, 2021
Maggie Ewell and Amanda Fucci-Bartoszek, Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP)
Congratulations on winning a grant award! In this competitive environment, winning a grant means you did a great job putting together a well-written, compelling narrative that speaks to your ability to achieve the specific measurable outcomes that aligns with the funders’ goals. Once awarded, faculty are often eager to get started, but there are quite a few administrative tasks that need to be completed BEFORE you actually get started. Join us to learn the ins and outs, average timeline, and what to expect during post award set up – from lab safety, IRB and IACUC approvals to Conflict of Interest and Export Control plans and sponsors special conditions – this session will give you information so you can help us help you get started as soon as possible.
A link to the presentation slides and video can be found here: You Won a Grant, Now What?