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By Admin (on 9/13/2017 @ 14:19:32, in Internal Grant Program, read 47 times)
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has announced the opening of the annual Internal Grant Programs competition. Eligible UNO faculty and research employees are encouraged to apply for one of these awards as a means of honing their grant-making skills and developing new areas of research or scholarly endeavors. Awards are made in the categories of Creative Endeavor Opportunity, Stimulating Competitive Research and Interdisciplinary Grant Development.
 
By Carol Lunn (on 4/5/2017 @ 16:53:00, in Internal Grant Program, read 118 times)
This is a gentle reminder that the Internal Grant Program proposals are due this Friday.

Eligible UNO faculty and research employees are encouraged to apply for one of these awards as a means of honing their grant-making skills, and for the purpose of developing new areas of research or scholarly endeavors.

Budget Note: These internal awards may be used to support up to one month regular salary, but may not be used for extra compensation. The current fringe benefit rate is charged and must be included within the appropriate budget limit (FY 17 fringe is 47% and FY 18 is 49%). Indirect cost is not charged on internal awards. The forms and guidelines are available on the ORSP IGP SharePoint site: https://sharepoint.uno.edu/research/igp/default.aspx

Deadline for submission of applications on ORSP Routing Form: April 7, 2017

By applying for an internal grant you are agreeing to present your accomplishments at a research event in FY 18.

 
By Carol Lunn (on 3/17/2017 @ 15:02:11, in Internal Grant Program, read 114 times)
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce the opening of the competition for the 2017 Internal Grant Programs (IGP). Eligible UNO faculty and research employees are encouraged to apply for one of these awards as a means of honing their grant-making skills, and for the purpose of developing new areas of research or scholarly endeavors.

Budget Note: These internal awards may be used to support up to one month regular salary, but may not be used for extra compensation. The current fringe benefit rate is charged and must be included within the appropriate budget limit (FY 17 fringe is 47% and FY 18 is 49%). Indirect cost is not charged on internal awards. The forms and guidelines are available on the ORSP IGP SharePoint site: https://sharepoint.uno.edu/research/igp/default.aspx

Deadline for submission of applications on ORSP Routing Form: April 7, 2017

By applying for an internal grant you are agreeing to present your accomplishments at a research event in FY 18.

 
By Carol Lunn (on 5/13/2016 @ 12:35:39, in Internal Grant Program, read 344 times)
The University of New Orleans Office of Research and Sponsored Programs announced that nearly $165,000 will be awarded to faculty researchers in the form of internal grants. The annual grant competition is modeled after the process used by the Louisiana Board of Regents and is intended to help researchers hone grant writing skills and eventually become more competitive in securing external grant funding.

The 2016 competition involved three types of awards. Grants aimed at stimulating competitive research, known as SCoRe awards, are intended as seed money for faculty to develop a new area of research activity. With a traditional SCoRe award, faculty can receive as much as $12,000. With the award, however, comes a commitment to eventually compete for additional external funding for the project. A second type of SCoRe grant specifically supports the National Center for Advanced Manufacturing (NCAM) in its work on space technology. These grants have a slightly larger cap at $15,000 and must involve either nanotechnology; modeling, simulation, information technology and processing computing; or materials, structures, mechanical systems and manufacturing.

A third type of award, the Creative Endeavor Opportunity (CEO) award, provides support for faculty to launch programs of research, scholarship, exhibition or performance that will ultimately result in increased research and creative activity on campus. Each proposal is evaluated for its potential impact on the faculty memberís discipline, as well as its contribution to the faculty memberís development as a researcher, teacher and scholar in a specific field of knowledge. The maximum amount of a CEO award is $5,000.

All proposals were peer-reviewed and evaluated by the Universityís Research Council, a committee of faculty representing each college and major research center on campus. The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs used these peer rankings to determine award winners.

The internal grant program is funded by indirect cost recovery, a process through which external funding agencies reimburse universities for the overhead costs associated with conducting research. With the internal grant program, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs reinvests these dollars into faculty professional development.

The National Center for Advanced Manufacturing (NCAM) is a partnership formed in 1999 among the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the State of Louisiana, Louisiana State University, UNO and the UNO Research and Technology Foundation. The center provides advanced manufacturing technology for use in aerospace commercial markets. NCAM also has a strong educational role, sponsoring a coalition of Louisiana research universities, workforce development programs and STEM outreach initiatives.

Below is a list of faculty who will receive awards from the 2016 internal grant program and the topics of their winning proposals.

Creative Endeavor Opportunity (CEO) Awards

John Gery: Early Voices in the Poetry of Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot ($5,000)

Dong-Jun Min: Learning and Recall of Adverstisement Information in Spaced and Massed Presentations ($5,000)

Doreen Piano: What I see when Walking: Visualizing Place-Based Scholarship and Composition Pedagogies ($5,000)

Tara Tolford: Active Transportation Planning & Design Curriculum Development ($4,984)

Stimulating Competitive Research (SCoRe) Awards (Traditional)

Irfan Ahmed: Gap Analysis of Digital Forensics on SCADA Testbed ($12,000)

Nicola Anthony: Mechanisms of inbreeding avoidance in wild mandriss (Mandrillus sphinx) ($11,995)

Anna Brand: This is Your Neighborhood: Seeing New Orleans in the Three Redevelopment Moments ($11,961)

Dhruva Chakravorty: Investigating the mechanism of allosteric regulation in metallosensor proteins ($12,000)

Amiri Ebrahim: Intelligent Self-Learning Controllers for Industrial Motor Drives ($12,000)

Ioannis Georgiou: Transgressive Coastal Systems: Modeling Allogenic and Autogenic response to Sea Level Rise ($10,250)

Zhengchang Liu: Characterization of Casein Kinase I Protein Hrr25 as a Positive Regulator of Mitochondrial Respiration ($12,000)

Martin OíConnell: Response of fishes to flood gate openings in Bayou St. John: Is the new adaptive water management plan working? ($11,822)

Sonia Rubens: Teacher-Reported Psychosocial Concerns in Students Attending an Alternative High School ($12,000)

Matthew Tarr: Nanomaterials for Targeted Cancer Therapy ($12,000)

Xiaochuan Yu: Motion Simulation and Hazard Assessment of Dropped Objects ($12,000)

Stimulating Competitive Research (SCoRe) Awards (NCAM)

Stephen Ware: Bringing Use-of-Force Training Simulations into Virtual Reality ($14,982)

 
By Carol Lunn (on 4/17/2013 @ 13:53:06, in Internal Grant Program, read 532 times)
Office of Research summer research proposals were sent to Research Council for ranking. Awards will be announced before the end of April.

Stimulating Competitive Research (SCoRe) - The goal of the SCoRe award is to enhance the UNO faculty's ability to successfully compete for extramural sponsored research funding. The SCoRe award is intended as seed money for faculty to develop a new area of research activity.

Creative Endeavor Opportunity (CEO) - The goal is to provide support for faculty to launch programs of research, scholarship, exhibition or performance that will ultimately result in increased research and creative activity on campus.

 
By Carol Lunn (on 3/6/2013 @ 13:29:33, in Internal Grant Program, read 508 times)
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce the opening competition for the 2013 Summer Research Programs.

Eligible UNO faculty members are encouraged to apply for one of these awards as a means of honing their grant-making skills, and for the purpose of developing new areas of research or scholarly endeavors.

Budget Note: These internal awards will not cover extra compensation, but only regular summer salary. The current fringe benefit rate is charged and must be included within the appropriate budget limit. Indirect cost is not charged on internal awards.

Deadline for submission of applications is April 1, 2013. Dates for funds to be used is May 18, 2013 thru August 18, 2013.

The proposal format, ranking forms and SRP Proposal Form are all posted on the summer research program SharePoint site: https://sharepoint.uno.edu/research/srp/default.aspx. Summer awards must be submitted on the ORSP routing form in SharePoint and there is a link to the routing form on the summer research SharePoint site.

 
By Dr. Whittenburg (on 1/24/2012 @ 10:20:14, in Internal Grant Program, read 949 times)
The Center for Computation & Technology (CCT) hosts a nine week Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program where students work collaboratively on a wide variety of computational science projects. Each student receives a stipend of $4,500, free housing in university dormitories, and up to $500 in travel expenses to and from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Nine students will be selected. Qualifications: Interested in a major that is within the computational sciences umbrella (leaves out few majors as it includes all sciences, mathematics, engineering, finance, statistics, etc.) with at least a 2.75 GPA, considering a career in research and/or graduate school in your major, and being a US citizen or permanent resident. Important Dates: March 1, 2012: Application deadline. March 30, 2012: Notification of decision. May 29, 2012 through July 28, 2012: Program dates. The research activities of the CCT are organized into five Focus Areas: Core Computing Sciences, Coast to Cosmos, Material World, Cultural Computing, and System Science and Engineering. These are broad, and sometimes overlapping areas where faculty from diverse departments (Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics, Civil Engineering, Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, Petroleum Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computing Engineering, Music, Business, etc.) collaborate in multidisciplinary projects. Our REU students learn how to use some of the nation's largest supercomputers, may participate in the setup and management of large-scale simulations, and may take on an important role in the analysis and visualization of the simulation results. For more information and to apply, visit: http://reu.cct.lsu.edu/
 
By Dr. Whittenburg (on 2/2/2011 @ 15:26:12, in Internal Grant Program, read 1375 times)
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs announces the opening of competition for the 2011 Summer Research Programs. Eligible UNO faculty members are encouraged to apply for one of these awards as a means of honing their grant-making skills, and for the purpose of developing new areas of research or scholarly endeavors. Please check the sharepoint site at https://sharepoint.uno.edu/research/srp/ for details and required forms. Deadline for submission of applications: SCoRE and CEO: February 14, 2011 SUE: February 21, 2011
 
By Admin (on 2/11/2010 @ 10:44:45, in Internal Grant Program, read 1500 times)

As part of the application for the Office of Research Summer Research Program, you must complete and submit an electronic routing form.  On the routing form, please select UNO Research and Sponsored Programs as the sponsor and “Internal” for both the Source of Funds and Award Type.  The Preferred Submission Method should be left at the default value.  Finally,  you do not need to attach sponsor guidelines; please check the appropriate box in Section 7.  If you have any questions about completing the form, please contact Liz Gordon at etgordon@uno.edu or extension 6669.

Below are the deadlines for proposal submission:

                SCoRE and CEO                 Friday, February 19, 2010

                SUE                                        Monday, February 22, 2010

Please note that we have extended the deadline to apply to the SCoRE and CEO programs to Friday, February 19th.  Happy Mardi Gras!

This email has been distributed to all faculty.

 

 
By Admin (on 2/3/2010 @ 10:39:50, in Internal Grant Program, read 1614 times)

My apologies.  The correct link to access the ORSP electronic routing form is:

https://sharepoint.uno.edu/research/Routing%20Form/Forms/Open%20Routing%20Forms.aspx

Please remember that as of January 4, 2010 ORSP is no longer accepting paper routing forms for research proposals.  All proposals must now use the electronic routing form.

Attached File:  SRP Announcement 2009.pdf

 
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