2022 BETHA Grant Competition Pre-Proposal Zoom Workshop

On Wednesday, October 20, from 1-2:30 pm, a Zoom workshop will feature a panel of past BETHA recipients and review committee members who will share tips for writing a successful proposal and discuss criteria used in the review process. Register 

Workshop on jamovi (Virtual)

Come learn about a rising star in the statistical software world! jamovi is a free, point-and-click software for quantitative analysis. There will be two workshops and participants will need to register for each workshop separately. It is recommended to register no later than Tuesday, Oct. 19. Click below to register for one or both workshops. […]

Fall 2021 NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding and Grants Administration

If you’re new to working with the NIH grants process as an investigator or administrator, then mark your calendar for Monday, November 1 – Thursday, November 4 for a unique opportunity to learn, share and meet virtually with NIH and HHS experts. The NIH is offering a virtual seminar that you won’t want to miss! […]

Examining school-based Behavioral Interventions for Racial Inclusion and Equity: Are Interventions “Evidenced-based for All? Webinar

The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC), from the Institute of Education Sciences, reviews existing high-quality research on different educational programs and practices in order to help educators make evidence-based decisions. Dr. Scott Graves will discuss his examination on whether the WWC’s behavioral interventions, specifically those identified as “meeting standards” that are focused on positive behavioral outcomes, addressed racial bias […]

Addressing Equity and Inclusion in Your Research Mentoring – Virtual Workshop (Faculty Only)

Date: Nov. 8 Time: 3:00-5:00 pm Location: Online via Zoom REGISTER Prior to attending the workshop, participants will need to complete a 40 minute online module. Attendance is limited to 25 faculty members from any discipline although many of the case studies come from STEM fields. This awareness-raising activity will help mentors take full advantage […]

Virtual Autumn Undergraduate Research Festival

The Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry office is happy to announce that applications are now being accepted for the Virtual Autumn Undergraduate Research Festival taking place. This event is open to all undergraduate researchers to present their work, regardless of major or project status. Questions about applications, presentations, and other information can be directed to ugresearch@osu.edu, or […]

Faculty Research Mentoring Workshop (Zoom)

Are you a faculty mentor or would you like to be a mentor? The Center for Clinical and Translational Science is presenting a mentoring workshop to develop your competency as a mentor.  The training is designed to help faculty who mentor early career researchers, whether junior faculty, postdoctoral trainees, or graduate students, to become more […]

Intersectionality and Critical Qualitative Perspectives Webinar

QualLab Lunch – Autumn 2021 (virtual) This event is back by popular demand! QualLab Lunches are a series of lunches that offer information about an important qualitative topic such as anti-racist research designs, ethics in ethnographic research, how to obtain grants with a qualitative design, and more. Dr. Katherine L Clonan-Roy (Cleveland State University) & Dr. […]

Corporate Research Engagement 101: The Basics (Virtual)

Who: Ohio State faculty, postdoc and graduate student researchers When: Thursday, Nov. 18 from 10 a.m. – Noon Where: Online via Zoom This is a webinar for Ohio State faculty and grad/postgrad students participating in industry-sponsored research collaborations. Attendees will discover what industry partners value from their relationship with academia and how faculty and students […]

Crafting Better Grant Proposals Using the Heilmeier Catechism (Virtual)

Who: Ohio State faculty, postdocs and graduate student researchers When: Wednesday, Dec. 1 from 1 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Where: Remote (a personalized Zoom link will be included in the registration confirmation email) The Heilmeier Catechism, developed by George H. Heilmeier, is a series of nine questions originally used to evaluate proposed research programs at […]