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Post-Award Management | AD 3.104 | June 2nd, 2015, 2:00 PM | Certificate Series 2015S

The Office of Post Award Management (OPM) will discuss the roles and responsibilities of OPM. This session will focus on compliance and how OPM partners with Principal Investigators, School Fiscal Officers, and Departmental Administration to ensure compliance with award terms and conditions including any applicable federal and state rules and regulations governing the compliance administration of sponsored projects. OPM will also discuss budgetary issues on sponsored projects cost centers, such as allowability and validity of research accounting transactions, cost transfers, over expenditures, and cost share.

Reporting and Close-Outs | AD 3.104 | June 16th, 2015, 2:00 PM | Certificate Series 2015S

Terms and conditions associated with grants and contracts almost always include reporting requirements. The Office of Sponsored Projects will outline common reporting requirements of a sponsored project. We’ll discuss specific elements sponsors require in progress reports and the typical submission process. The Office of Post-award Management will discuss effort reporting.  This session will also take faculty and staff through the process of closing out a grant account. The Office of Sponsored Projects will describe their process and explain what is needed to initiate close out. The Office of Post Award Management will discuss common financial issues which arise throughout the life of the grant which can cause potential problems at the close out stage.

Sustainability in Research Panel Discussion | | April 18th, 2018, 10:00 AM | Faculty Panel

Ever wondered what UTD’s professors think about sustainability and environmentalism? Three stand-out UTD professors and two representatives from the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center will share stories about their research, connections to sustainability, and environmentalism, and perspectives on the importance of related student engagement.  Learn how to lead and make a difference.

  • James Harrington – School of Economic, Political & Policy Sciences
  • Julie Haworth – Naveen Jindal School of Management
  • Steve Molina – Naveen Jindal School of Management
  • John DeFillipo - John Bunker Sands Wetland Center
  • Linda Dunn - John Bunker Sands Wetland Center


Event sponsored by the Office of Research, university-wide Sustainability Committee and the UTD Sustainability Club as part of the campus-wide Earth Week Activities. 

Dallas VA Research Corporation | JSOM 1.516 | September 10th, 2013, 3:00 PM | Faculty Presentation Series

Dallas VA Research Corporation (DVARC), a private, non-profit, research corporation founded to administer VA-approved researchand education projects. Its mission is to support research for the benefit of veterans. DVARC oversees more than 300 active researchprojects being done by more than 90 investigators in areas such as vascular disease, neurology, PTSD, diabetes and substancedependence. They also manage research administration, human subject protection, compliance and training. Beyond medical care,the DVARC coordinates programs to find the best way to assist veterans with disabilities to return to employment and projectswhich target the causes of homelessness.Executive Director and CEO Sue E. Linder-Linsley and Associate Chief of Staff for Research and Development James LePage willdiscuss the specifics of the DVARC research goals and how UT Dallas researchers can work with them to collaborate on avariety of research projects.

Things You Can do to Increase or Decrease the Chances of Journal Publication | JSOM 1.502 | September 19th, 2013, 3:00 PM | Faculty Presentation Series

We've all heard the saying 'publish or perish.' To get grants, you need publications to prove you have the experience to do the research project. If you aren't applying for a grant, publications prove your capabilities and productivity to your department head and dean and increase your visibility to others in your field. The good news is there are things you can do to improve your chances of getting accepted by a journal and Dr. Alex Piquero will tell you what they are. Dr. Piquero, Ashbel Smith Professor of Criminology has published over 250 peer-reviewed articles in the areas of criminal careers, crime prevention, theory, and methods. His research has been cited over 11,000 times and he has been ranked as the #1 criminologist in the world since 1996 in terms of scholarly publications. In addition to his co-editorship of the Journal of Quantitative Criminology, he is on a dozen editorial boards of journals in criminology, psychology, and sociology. reSearch Profile

Responding to Rejection and Reviewer Feedback | FN 2.102 | October 16th, 2013, 2:00 PM | Faculty Presentation Series

Research faculty know when writing a research proposal, the odds of being awarded on the first attempt are significantly low. However, when a proposal is not selected for funding, it is easy to become discouraged or angry when reading the reviewer's responses and suggestions. The usual advice you may hear after receiving your notice of rejection is to put the reviews in a drawer, calm down for a few days and then return to the comments with a clear and open mind. What you do when you return to those comments is important for moving your work forward and planning a re-submission. Successful researchers Dr. A. Dean Sherry, Dr. Sandra Chapman and Dr. Roderick Heelis have experienced the sting of proposals being returned unfunded, and will tell you how they have (and do) handle reviews and rejection, how they analyze the reviewer's comments and how they use that analysis to determine their next steps in their work.  reSearch Profile

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