- ‘Soundings Series’ speakers use music to unite, engage community
- OU Research Office, School of Business Administration launch ‘Ideas 2 Business’ program
- OU Soundings Series to highlight importance community engagement
- OU Town Hall to highlight research, recognize outstanding investigators
- OU ‘Soundings Series’ to highlight social media strategies for scholars
- OU’s ‘Love Doctor’ to share tips on public engagement at Soundings Series event
- Oakland University student to present research at endocrine conference
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- Doctoral student wins Best Full Paper Award at national cyber security conference
The Research Office
COVID-19 Research Continuity Guidance
The Research Office has posted guidance for research during the COVID-19 pandemic on a dedicated web page:
- Whether a competition is necessary (if we receive two or fewer submissions, there would be no need to implement the selection process); and
- The appropriate expertise needed to review the applications received, and then recruit faculty members, who do not have conflicts of interest with any of the potential applicants, to serve on the ad hoc review committee.
The Summer Stipend program provides support for two months of continuous, full-time work on a humanities research project. Projects at any stage of development are eligible for consideration by NEH, but it prioritizes both early stage research and late-stage writing projects, as these are where small amounts of funding can make the most difference.
Investigators who are not tenure-track faculty, even if they are employed full-time at a college or university, are eligible to apply as individuals – and those applications do not count against the nomination cap of two projects per year. Non-tenure-track faculty or OU staff, while not eligible to participate in the nomination process described above, are strongly encouraged to work with the responsible research development officer (Michael Spires, .
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