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By Carol Lunn (on 1/9/2019 @ 12:17:01, in ORSP Announcements, read 13 times)
The university’s transition to Workday has prompted the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs to restructure our pre-award and post-award staff members into teams managing specific academic and non-academic units. This new method of serving the scholars and researchers at the University of New Orleans should streamline communications about grants, contracts, and sponsored programs throughout the application and award process.

Beginning in January, our team will begin transitioning to the team structure below.

Pre-Award

• Rebecca Drake will serve the College of Science.

• Kendy Martinez will serve all other academic and non-academic units.

• Burt Neal will manage all sub-awards and internal award programs.

Post-Award

• Charles Chaisson will serve the College of Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, and all other non-academic units.

• Bing Leng will serve the College of Science, except for the Department of Computer Science.

• Jesse Sherrell will serve the College of Business and the College of Liberal Arts, Education, and Human Development.

You may review these updates on the ORSP Directory, which also lists the remaining staff members and how they might best serve you.

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By Carol Lunn (on 1/9/2019 @ 09:33:04, in Important, read 13 times)
NIH (including help desks) will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2019, for the federal holiday (Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.).

If a grant application due date falls on a federal holiday, the application deadline is automatically extended to the next business day.

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By Carol Lunn (on 1/9/2019 @ 09:31:46, in Important, read 15 times)
We would like to remind the extramural research community that both the NIH and Grants.gov remain operational during the current partial federal government shutdown. https://nexus.od.nih.gov/all/2019/01/07/nih-operational-during-partial-federal-government-shutdown/
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Impact on Existing Deadlines

During a lapse in appropriations, NSF will continue to accept proposal submissions pursuant to existing deadlines.

Issuance of New Grants and Cooperative Agreements

No new grants or cooperative agreements will be awarded.

Issuance of Continuing Grant Increments (CGIs)

No new CGIs will be awarded.

No-Cost Extensions

FastLane will be available to submit both grantee-approved and NSF-approved no cost extensions (NCEs).

Grantee-approved NCEs do not require NSF approval; therefore, assuming all business rule checks have passed, the NCE would be processed automatically and the award date would be extended.

NSF-approved NCEs will not be processed until normal operations resume. Awardees, therefore, are cautioned that Federal funds cannot be obligated for expenses that occur beyond the award end date.

Additional information can be found at NSF.GOV

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By Carol Lunn (on 11/4/2018 @ 15:46:45, in ORSP Announcements, read 82 times)
InnovateUNO is the annual research symposium for the University of New Orleans. All UNO undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff engaged in projects that involve research, scholarly or creative activities are encouraged to present their work at UNO's InnovateUNO.

Visit our new website at: innovate.uno.edu

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By Carol Lunn (on 10/5/2018 @ 16:21:35, in Important, read 124 times)
InnovateUNO is November 7 and 8. To ensure the event is a success, we are asking for volunteers to assist with check-in, room moderators, and other volunteer activities. The link to the volunteer sign-up form is: http://neworleans.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3UbbeOs4hIN9HDf

Undergraduate Students can serve as a volunteer for every category other than as a judge. Graduate Students can judge undergraduate students.

Questions regarding volunteer sign up can be addressed to the Assistant Director of the Graduate School, Jasmine Brown (jmrobin7@uno.edu).

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By Carol Lunn (on 9/21/2018 @ 17:04:34, in Important, read 560 times)
UNO students/faculty/staff engaged in projects that involve research, scholarly or creative activities are encouraged to present their work at UNO's InnovateUNO. Participants can present their work in a poster, oral presentation, art display, performance, or film screening.

Updates will be posted to the website: http://www.uno.edu/research/StudentResearch/InnovateUNO.aspx

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By Carol Lunn (on 9/12/2018 @ 10:07:04, in ORSP Announcements, read 133 times)
UNO students/faculty/staff engaged in projects that involve research, scholarly or creative activities are encouraged to present their work at UNO's InnovateUNO. Participants can present their work in a poster, oral presentation, art display, performance, or film screening. Registration closes this Friday - find more information or register here: http://www.uno.edu/research/StudentResearch/InnovateUNO.aspx
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By Carol Lunn (on 9/12/2018 @ 10:05:38, in Important, read 127 times)
Tuesday, October 2 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. UNO Campus University Center–UC Senator Ted Hickey Ballroom Open to all UNO students and Alumni. Get more information on their website: http://www.uno.edu/career-services/career-fair.aspx
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By Carol Lunn (on 7/23/2018 @ 15:49:12, in Important, read 208 times)
Solicitation of Applicants for Positions in Science, Engineering, and Computer Science Positions

Salary Range: $33,394 to $81,400 Per Annum

Job Location: Stennis Space Center, MS

About the Job: The Department of Navy is currently soliciting applications from recent graduates from the states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Successful candidates will be employed by either the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO), Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC), or Fleet Survey Team (FST) stationed at Stennis Space Center, MS. NAVOCEANO is the Navy’s premier center for operational oceanography. FNMOC provides the highest quality, most relevant and timely worldwide meteorology and oceanography support to the U.S. and coalition forces. FST conducts hydrographic surveys and related environmental assessments to enable safe and effective maritime navigation and access to the littoral for Naval and Joint Forces.

Recent Graduates: This program is designed to recruit and attract exceptional individuals for professional and scientific positions. In general, individuals are appointed directly to permanent, competitive service, career-conditional appointments. A recent graduate is defined as an individual who has graduated with a bachelor’s or graduate degree from a qualifying educational institution within the previous two years. The two-year period of eligibility will be extended to four years for veterans who have completed a period of obligated uniformed service of more than four years and were awarded a degree not more than four years before the date of appointment.

General and Career Information: Starting salaries are commensurate with education and experience, plus full benefits. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Males born after December 31, 1959 are required to be registered with the Selective Service System. All positions are subject to satisfactory completion of a security investigation, successful completion of a pre-employment physical, and/or drug test.

Basic Requirements: Appointments will be made at the GS-05, GS-07, or GS-09 level and have a full performance level of GS-11. Opportunities are available for graduates with BS, MS or PhD degrees in the following fields:

Physical Scientist, Oceanographer, Physicist, Geophysicist, Computer Scientist, Engineering

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