The Indiana University offices of Research and of Sponsored Programs will be offering a half-day, university-wide research symposium Wednesday, Nov. 12, at the Indiana Memorial Union on the Bloomington campus. Check-in time is 8 a.m.
“Facing the Challenges of Research and Sponsored Programs Administration Together” will begin with a keynote address by Craig Stewart, director of research and academic computing, and special assistant for life sciences to the IU Office of the Vice President of Information Technology and of Research. He will speak at 8:15 a.m. in the Frangipani Room, following opening remarks by Michael McRobbie, vice president of information technology and of research at IU.
Breakout sessions throughout the morning will cover these topics:
• Sponsored Programs: Lemons or Lemonade?
• International Dimensions of Research: Visas and Export Control Laws
• Research with Human Subjects.
• Proposal Budget Development: Fact or Fiction
• Post Award Issues: From Those Who Live and Breathe It!
• The Landscape of IU Electronic Systems
• Conflict of Interest: What to Do When the Fox is in the Henhouse
• Research Funding
The symposium is designed for those involved in the conduct of research at all IU campuses and their affiliates, including senior administrators; departmental research administrators; new and experienced faculty; graduate students, post docs and fellows.
For registration and information, go to this Web site: