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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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