Friday, August 26, 2016

Data Science Initiative RED Talks

The Data Science Initiative (DSI) at NC State has announced its Fall RED Talks. These talks are likely to be of considerable interest to members of the Humanities and Social Science community.

Research and Innovation Seed Funding (RISF) Call for Proposals

ORIED is now accepting proposals for the Fall 2016 cycle of the Research & Innovation Seed Funding Program (RISF). Please go here for full details (

Applications are being accepted through InfoReady Review (formerly CompetitionSpace) through 10/27.

For questions, please contact Marie Grubbs at 

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

First Notice: Aging and the Environment Mini-conference, November 11

Shevaun Neupert and Jennifer Bellingtier (Psychology) are planning this excellent "Lightning Rod Event" for November. This is a public event, designed to engage the university and broader community. Please share this broadly.
Please mark your calendars and consider attending "Aging and the Environment" a free mini-conference designed to connect NC State researchers, community partners, and the public. Talks will feature international and local researchers' work on ways to design adaptive environments that optimize aging. Community partners will share the current resources and initiatives happening now to support aging in the environment. Don't miss this opportunity to engage with others interested in creating environments that support healthy aging!

Monday, August 22, 2016

Nominations Open for the O. Max Gardner Award and the Holladay Medal

The university has announced that nominations are open for several awards. The process for two of these major awards will be managed by the Research Office. These are

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Research Development and Grant Writing News

The August 2016 issue of Research Development and Grant Writing News has been posted to: This is a remarkably useful resource for anyone seeking external support for their scholarship.

Monday, August 15, 2016

Welcome to the 2016-17 Academic Year from the Research Office

Welcome back from what I hope was a productive and enjoyable summer! As you can tell from the increased traffic and students coming to campus, the new school year is upon us.

I have visited several departmental faculty meetings this term, and hope to visit some more before we get too deep in the semester. This blog post will summarize some of the things I've said so far--and will say if I've not yet met with your department.