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New NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy

Learn what is expected of investigators and institutions under the 2003 NIH Data Sharing Policy and the 2023 NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy.

Research by the Numbers for FY22

View proposal submissions and award data by year, department, and funding source with our new Research by the Numbers data dashboard.

Faculty Spotlight

Office of Sponsored Programs are proud of our UWO faculty and staff. This is a chance to highlight accomplishments of faculty and staff.

Download the Faculty Spotlight PowerPoint.

Upcoming Events

Faculty Spotlight Presentations and Dialogue

UWO Faculty Spotlight Presentations and Dialogue, offered by the Office of Sponsored Programs and WiSys. Faculty, staff and students are all welcome to attend.

Building and Sustaining Student-Centric Research Success

Date: Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CT
Presenter: Dr. Gregory Kleinheinz, Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Engineering Technology, Director of the Environmental Research and Innovation Center

Synopsis: Dr. Kleinheinz will discuss various aspects of how to attain research success. Areas will include:

  • How to achieve funding success despite the academic cycle
  • Getting to know and understand where you are
  • Building a research program for sustainability and resilience
  • Staying focused on why you do what you do and why you are here

WATCH On-Demand “Building and Sustaining Student-Centric Research Success”

Quick Tips for Getting Research Grants

Date: Thursday, December 8, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CT
Presenter: Dr. Samantha Larson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration, & Deputy Director of the Whitburn Center for Governance and Policy

Synopsis: Dr. Larson will discuss tips and lessons learned for seeking, writing, and implementing research grants based on experience as a junior faculty member. Examples will be provided from experience with projects supported by funders such as the National Science Foundation, UW-Madison Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership, U.S. Department of Labor, UWO Faculty Development, and more. Areas will include:

  • Building relationships with potential funders
  • Understanding the application requirements
  • Finding collaborators is key
  • Valuing feedback and resubmitting for success
  • Prioritizing project management and evaluation strategies

Join “Quick Tips for Getting Research Grants”


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