New funding opportunities from Research Development after the jump. Some of these may not be directly related to our core disciplines, but many of these should involve humanists or social scientists--or both!
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
This post is to provide you with a link to individual PDFs for all of the presentations provided at this year's university research retreat (April 5, 2017):
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Update, May 1: Pcards should not be used to pay for registration for this event. The unit funding your registration will need to process an IDT for these payments. Ask your department's staff for assistance.
The Data Science Initiative is excited to announce registration is open for Data Matters 2017! Head over to http://datamatters.org/ for all course descriptions, instructor bios, registration, and logistic information.
Building on the success of last year's Data Matters event, NC State has again partnered with UNC Chapel Hill's the Odum Institute and Renci, and the National Consortium for Data Science to offer “Data Matters: Data Science Short Course Series” in Hunt Library from. Data Matters is a week-long series of one and two-day courses aimed at professionals in business, research, and government. If you are struggling to stay afloat in the data deluge, grappling with large, complex data, or simply want to sharpen your data science skills, Data Matters is for you!
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
As a reminder, Internal pre-proposals for UNC Research Opportunities Initiative (ROI) and Inter-Institutional Planning Grant (IPG) programs must be submitted to ORIED via InfoReady Review by on . Please follow the pre-proposal guidelines laid out in the RFPs. As in previous years, the Vice Chancellor for Research, Innovation and Economic Development will prioritize pre-proposals from NC State following an internal competition that will be managed by ORIED. Contact Jon Horowitz with any questions.