Tag Archives: Grants and Funding

The Productive Scholar: Introduction to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Successful Review Processes

Topic: Introduction to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Successful Review Processes Speakers: Andrea Ferguson-Dadas and Gloria Gaines Time: Thursday, March 13, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Location: HRC Classroom, 012 East Pyne, Lower Level Lunch will be provided. To … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: AllPrinceton: The Hyperlocal Media Experiment

At the Lunch ‘n Learn session on Wednesday, March 9th, 2011, Donna Liu explained and demonstrated AllPrinceton.com, a “hyperlocal multimedia experiment” of which she is the founder and Executive Director. AllPrinceton is not Liu’s first multimedia project. After she came … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: “e-Readers in the Classroom?” with Janet Temos, Stan Katz, Dan Kurtzer, and Trevor Dawes

In the Fall term of 2009, Princeton conducted a pilot sponsored by the High Meadows Foundation, the University Library, and the Office of Information Technology, to assess the use of e-readers in the classroom. The reader used was the Amazon … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: Electronic Grantsmanship with Michelle Christy and Joe Broderick

On Wednesday, November 8, Michelle Christy, Director, ORPA and Joe Broderick, ORPA’s Associate Director, led a Lunch ‘n Learn seminar on “How to find funding for your research using on-line tools and resources.” To identify potential sponsor, they recommended a … Continue reading

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Congress Approves Bill Establishing a Publicly Available Database With Details on Earmarks

By Jeffrey Brainard Congress has approved a bill establishing a Web-based, Google-like search engine to provide a single, public source of information about federal contracts and grants, including projects financed through academic earmarks. The move was part of a flurry … Continue reading

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