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OSP Newsletter: The Star Report

Fall 2018 

Congratulations to all FY2018 Award Recipients!  This issue of The Star Report includes awards and highlights from FY18, an article about Dr. Nagle’s cross-disciplinary project, “Slumber Underground:” Using art to create empathy with Nature, IRB CITI Training Certification Program Updates, and information regarding our Webinar Wednesday Series. 

STAR Report Fall 2018 Cover


IRB Updates:

New - CITI Courses Modified to be more effectively responsive to the needs of investigators using human subjects.  Click here for more information.

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

New - Guidance on the Safe Storage and Management of Research Data



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Recently Submitted Proposals

Sumithra Raghavan, College of Humanities and Social Sciences Submitted Examining the Relationship between Mental Health, Culture and Social Capital in First Generation College Students, to the WT Grant Foundation, with a total request of $50,000.

Recently Submitted Proposals

Meredith Drew, College of Education Submitted Enhancing the applicability of an evidence-based intervention to reduce social anxiety and improve educational outcomes in Black American high school students, to the United States Department of Education through a subaward from the Nathan Kline Institute/NYU, with a total request of $100,583.

Recently Submitted Proposals

Bernadette Tiernan School of Continuing and Professional Education Submitted Skills Partnership Grants in the areas of Finance, Transportation, Logistics, Distribution, and Construction Industries to the NJ Department of Labor & Workforce Development, with a total request of $579,040.

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.