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New Grant Writing Resources at WML

Dec 8th, 2011 -- research

The Wallace Library has acquired three new titles by Lynn E. Miner, Ph.D., that are of particular interest to grant writers. Dr. Miner has extensive experience as an academic and administrator in higher education and now leads a nation wide consulting group that specializes in training grant writers. He was our guest facilitator at the annual Grant Writers' Boot Camp in November, 2011, and provided excellent advice for early stage grant seekers.

The library now holds the following titles by Dr. Miner as electronic resources:

Wallace Center Acquires Sage Encyclopedia of Research Design

Oct 19th, 2010 -- research

The Wallace Center has acquired an online resource that can help PIs with designing experiments and analysis methods.  The Encyclopedia of Research Design  is a resource intended for all users, particularly those from the social and behavioral sciences, but also for those interested in statistical techniques in general.  It is a reference tool for users who may be interested in learning more about a particular research technique (such as "control group" or "reliability").

Research Ethics Education Modules Available

Oct 19th, 2010 -- research

RIT is affiliated with the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative, or CITI, a subscription service providing research ethics education to members of the research community.  The CITI program offers courses in the responsible conduct of research including case studies and video segments.  The content is tailored separately for engineers, biomedical investigators, physical sciences research, humanities and social and behavioral sciences research.

Research with Animals at RIT

Aug 27th, 2010 -- research
  1. What kinds of animal research can I do at RIT? 
    1. All proposed research with vertebrate animals (all fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals – except human) requires RIT IACUC (Institute Animal Care and Use Committee) advance notification and approval.  Email the IACUC chair Larry Buckley (ljbsbi@rit.edu) for a proposal template that must be completed, submitted, and approved prior to any vertebrate animal research.

Grant Writing Tips: Writing Effective Letters of Commitment

Mar 6th, 2006 -- research

While the phrase 'letter of commitment' is often used interchangeably with 'letter of support,' there is a fundamental difference between the two.  A letter of support may, for example, state that a community group endorses or approves of a particular project.  A letter of commitment, on the other hand, is a statement of active participation in the project.  It specifies resources that the group will commit to the project and identifies what role it will play in bringing the project to a successful conclusion.   

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