Previous Training Classes


Demystifying a Grant Proposal Solicitation and Award Document | ECSS 3.503 (Osborne conference room) | August 4th, 2014, 12:00 PM | Research Lunch and Learn Series

This session will take an in depth look at a proposal solicitation, highlighting where to find key information about the funding program all investigators need to know before writing a grant proposal – we’ll explain what it all means.  We’ll also discuss an award document going over key terms and conditions of federally funded research.

A Geospatial Information Sciences Research Portfolio | SLC 1.204 | September 18th, 2014, 12:00 PM | Research Lunch and Learn Series

Since arriving on campus in 2005, Dr. Griffith's research portfolio has included grants that he brought with him from his previous institution, grants that he was awarded after arriving to UT Dallas, and collaborative grants that he has executed with others elsewhere. He has received funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. Join us as this Lunch and Learn presentation will summarize Dr. Daniel Griffith's research projects to exemplify and the research portfolio existing at UT Dallas.

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The Office of Research Core Facilities is hosting a seminar provided by Thermofisher about a new cellular characterization technique, the PrimeFlow RNA Assay. This technique allows researchers to simultaneously detect RNA and protein expression on a per-cell basis. Potential applications include RNA/protein kinetics, viral infections, cellular gene expression, miRNA inhibition, and more. The assay can be analyzed on either a flow cytometer or a confocal microscope, depending on the specific goals of the experiment. More information can be found in the attached brochure.

Advance registration is required.  Lunch will be provided.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact Jacob Henderson at [email protected]

Advance Planning for Submitting Federal Grant Applications | JO 4.102 | May 13th, 2014, 2:00 PM | Faculty Presentation Series

Writing Successful applications does not happen overnight, or even in a few short weeks before the deadline.  Join us as Dr. Marion Underwod discusses the importance of advance planning for a successful grant application. She will highlight various planning components including issues to consider months in advance, consultation with program officers, consultation with collaborators, and allowing plenty of time for writing and revision.

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Air Force Office of Scientific Research Seminar | | February 21st, 2018, 11:00 AM | Research Lunch and Learn Series

Dr. Harold Weinstock, a program officer of Quantum Electronic Solids at AFOSR, will be presenting on the program he manages and the mission for the AFOSR. Information about funding opportunities will be available.
Dr. Weinstock has been the program officer at AFOSR since 1984, and his program focuses on materials that exhibit cooperative quantum electronic behavior. The primary emphasis is on superconductors, metamaterials, and on nanoscopic electronic components and devices based upon nanotubes, 2D materials and other materials with low power dissipation and the ability to provide denser non-volatile memory, logic and/or sensing elements that have the potential to impact future U.S. Air Force electronic systems. His BA is from Temple University, and his PhD in Physics is from Cornell University. He is a Fellow of the Air Force Research Lab, the American Physical Society, and the IEEE.
Light lunch will be served.
Registration is required for attendance and seating is limited.
For questions, please contact Suzanne Potts at [email protected] or 972-883-5317

Animal Subjects in Research | Libra Room - Student Union | February 12th, 2015, 10:00 AM | Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Series

In this session, Dr. Robert Rennaker and Dr. Egeenee Daniels, DVM, will discuss research ethics and governance regarding the use of animal subjects in research. Perspectives from animal care professionals and researchers will be explored.  All RCR series sessions include interactive participation and discussion.  Individual session formats may vary with topic presenter.

Registration is required and seating is limited.  The RCR series is open to the UTD research community but is guided toward advanced graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and research scientists. Completion of this series satisfies grant funding requirements for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). Please contact the Office of Research for questions regarding RCR series registration.

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