Summer 2017 Grant Writing Workgroup Information SessionSummer 2017 Grant Writing Workgroup Information SessionFaculty ready to write a social or behavioral science grant are invited to participate in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium (SBSRC) Summer 2017 Grant Writing Workgroup to assist with the development of their proposals. Through summer weekly meetings, the SBSRC will provide participants with grant development mentoring, time, space, motivational, and other supports to facilitate the development of success grants.
Interdisciplinary Research Interest Group
You are invited to join the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium for a brown bag discussion about an interdisciplinary research interest group around immigration, migration, refugee, and multi-cultural issues. We want your input on possible structures and activities that may be useful to this emerging community on campus. The event will be on Wednesday, February 8th from 11am-12:30pm at the City Union (Regency). Please register for the event here: http://research.unl.edu/events/event.p
Brown Bag Discussion on NIH Expectations Regarding Scientific Rigor and TransparencyOn Thursday, January 12 from 11:30 - 1:00, in the Nebraska Union, Colonial Room the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium, partnering with the Office of Research and Economic Development is hosting a brown bag lunch/discussion about the NIH's changes in its application instructions and to review criteria to emphasize reproduciblity of research findings through scientific rigor and transparency. The new requirements focus on four areas: scientific premis, scientific rigor (design), biological variables, and authentication.