Office of Sponsored Programs

"Promoting Ideas into Knowledge"

EXPLORATIONS

2016

Final Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poster for Explorations 2016
   

 IRB Updates:

New IRB Protocol Form for Undergraduate and Master's Degree Students!  New Form must be used starting February 15, 2016.

Memorandum to faculty and research supervisors

New Undergraduate and Master's Degree Protocol Form (Appendix C) (MS Word)

New Guidance on the Safe Storage and Management of Research Data

 

 

 OSP Newsletter: The Star Report

Fall 2016 

STAR Report Fall 2016 Cover

Congratulations to all FY2016 Award Recipients!  This issue of The Star Report includes awards and highlights from FY16, a warm welcome to our newest staff member, and the OSP Fall Workshop Schedule. 

 

 

 

 

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Recently Submitted Proposals

Ali Moghani, College of Science and Health, submitted, Combinatorial Enumeration of Chemical Structures by Mathematical Stereochemistry, to the National Science Foundation, with a total request of $547,458

Recently Submitted Proposals

Heejung An, College of Education, submitted, Gamifying the Elementary Physical Science Curriculum in Urban STEAM Classrooms, to the National Science Foundation, with a total request of $2,552,353

Recently Submitted Proposals

Kristen Evangelista, School of Arts and Communication, submitted, Planning for Improved Environmental Conditions, to the National Endowment for the Humanities, with a total request of $49,920

Recently Submitted Proposals

Jonathan Foley, College of Science and Health, submitted, Scattering-Enabled Hot-Carrier Generation in Nanoparticle Catalysts, to the Department of Energy through a subaward from Temple University, with a total request of $54,081

Recently Submitted Proposals

Kem Louie, submitted, Nurse Faculty Loan Program, FY18, to the Health Resources and Services Administration, with a total request of $176,519

Recently Submitted Proposals

 

Course for Students: 
Human Subject Research

CITI Program Course Flyer

The William Paterson University Institutional Review Board, supported by the CITI Program, is now offering a course specifically designed to introduce students to the use of human subjects in research.  The course is appropriate for undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degree students.  Information on how faculty might use this to support their courses and how students would register and complete it are on the IRB web page.