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The Poole Research Perspective
A Monthly Newsletter on Research in Poole College
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New COI/NOI System Rollout
The new Conflict of Interest and Notice of Intent (COI/NOI) module in the Research Data Enterprise (RED) system is released for wide-scale use. On Aug. 31 the RED system will email all persons required to submit a COI disclosure. The email will request that you complete your COI in the new system by Sept. 30. NC State's Research Education and Training Unit has developed a host of quick reference guides, videos, and other training resources to help guide users through the process. All of these resources are available here. Additional information on COI/NOI compliance is available on the Research Administration and Compliance website.
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IRB Office Issues New Handbook for 2020-2021

The IRB Office has issued a new handbook to provide the university community an overview of human subjects research topics, policies, and processes that are new at NC State. As a reminder, if you are administering surveys in your research you need to have IRB review and approval. Even if you are interviewing individuals as representatives of organizations you need to have your survey approved by the IRB Office. You are also encouraged to contact the IRB Office early in the process because they will not issue retroactive IRB approval.

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CHHE Request for Pilot Project Proposals
NC State's Center for Human Health and the Environment (CHHE) is now accepting proposals to their Pilot Project Program. The program fosters collaborations, increases multidisciplinary research and aids in the career development of early-stage investigators to advance environmental health research. Individual awards will range upwards to $25,000 for one year. CHHE expects to fund 6-8 proposals. Applications are due by 5 p.m. EDT on Sept. 28, 2020. For complete information see the Pilot Project Program website.
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Spotlight on Sponsored Research: Fay Cobb Payton
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Through an Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) agreement, Fay Cobb Payton is serving as a program director in NSF's Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering. As a program director, Dr. Payton makes recommendations on research funding and influences new directions in computer and information sciences and engineering in support of cutting-edge interdisciplinary research. She manages a program budget of $45 million and received the 2020 NSF Director's Award for Superior Accomplishment.

 

UPCOMING DEADLINES

9/25: Non-laboratory Scholarship/Research Program (NSRP) proposals due by 5pm »

 

9/30: TEARS certifications for academic year 2019 

 

9/30: COI Disclosure deadline »

 

10/22: Research and Innovation Seed Funding Proposals due by 11:59 p.m.

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