The Division of Research Development in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs will conduct a UM Winter 2020 NSF CAREER Development Program January 16th and 17th on the Oxford campus (exact location TBD). Potential UM Proposers to the NSF CAREER Development Program (early career UM faculty members in STEM-related fields), Future STEM Faculty Members (postdocs and senior doctoral students planning academic careers in STEM disciplines) and Support Pro
The Fastlane and Resarch.gov portals will be offline for a planned systems migration from the evening of Friday, November 8, to the morning of Tuesday, November 12.
During this outage, there will be no access to these websites, proposals cannot be submitted in FastLane or Research.gov, and project reports and cash requests cannot be submitted in Research.gov. However, previously saved information and uploaded documents in FastLane and Research.gov, including in-progress proposals and project reports, will be accessible after the migration is completed.
The School of Pharmacy CORE Research Day on May 21 will feature posters and speakers covering the research cores, natural products and neuroscience. Refreshments will be served. For more information, visit pharmacy.olemiss.edu/research-cores.
The University of Mississippi Undergraduate Research Journal (UMURJ)'s editorial board is now accepting submissions for the journal’s third volume. This is an exciting opportunity for students to be introduced to the editing and publishing process of the research world. Submissions are now open until 5:00 P.M. CST on February 22, 2019.
Awards of $500, $300, and $200 will be offered for the best, 2nd best, and 3rd best student submissions.
University Research Center (URC), a division of Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) is hosting its fourth annual “Advancing Mississippi” Conference on Friday, September 6, 2019 in Jackson. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to making Mississippi’s future brighter for all citizens. Conference papers should address long-term challenges facing the state.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is seeking applications from faculty or staff interested in serving as Undergraduate Research Development Fellows for 2019.
Building on the groundwork laid by the 2018 fellowship, this year’s Fellow(s) will continue to expand undergraduate participation in research and creative scholarship (UGR) by providing leadership and coordination in one or several ongoing areas of need:
The National Science Foundation's Thomas Baerwald will conduct two identical (repeat) webinars for the UM community to provide information about the range of opportunities available from NSF, as well as ways to approach identifying which competitions to enter and strategies for writing strong and compelling proposals. Dr. Baerwald, an NSF program director with more than 30 years of experience, will provide an overview presentation, but time will be left for questions, answers, and more informal discussions.