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Collaboration is the name of the game in modern health research. Faculty in the School of Nursing and Health Studies (NUHS) are not only playing that game on a national level but they’re also winning. Over the last year, federal funding agencies have awarded nearly $20 million to four such collaborative projects, two led by...
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Staff from Sponsored Programs Administration will host brown-bag lunches throughout the academic year to chat informally with researchers about their interests. The first is scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, in Room 304 of Lowden Hall. No registration is required; faculty and any others interested in the research process need only bring...
Anna Calvo
Proposals are invited from NIU faculty to support research and artistry activities in all academic areas. This financial support reflects the university’s commitment to investing resources in faculty research, scholarly and creative activities. In 2015-16, proposals will be accepted in three categories: Opportunity Grants; Facilitation Grants; and Completion Grants. Applications are due Monday, Oct. 19;...
Gerald C. Blazey. Credit: Fermilab
An internationally prominent scientist with extensive experience in experimental particle physics who previously advised the White House from within the Office of Science and Technology Policy has a new role at NIU. Gerald Blazey, a Distinguished Research Professor of physics at NIU, is the new interim vice president of the Division of Research and Innovation...
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Candidates for the interim vice presidency of the NIU Division of Research and Innovation Partnerships will host open forums to speak to the campus community. All are welcome to attend the forums scheduled from 2 to 3 p.m. in Wirtz Hall 202. Tuesday, April 28: Barrie Bode Wednesday, April 29: Gerald Blazey Thursday, April 30:...
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NIU invites applications and nominations for the position of interim vice president for Research and Innovation Partnerships (VPR). The successful candidate is someone who understands our research capabilities and opportunities, and who uses that understanding to strategically advance our research mission and support our innovation partnerships. This person needs to be a facilitator and coordinator...
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At NIU, innovation is new knowledge put to new use. NIU’s Division of Research & Innovation Partnerships requests nominations to recognize NIU faculty, staff and students who have gone above and beyond in the area of innovation. This is the second year for the Innovation Certificate of Recognition Program, which acknowledges the contributions of individuals...
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NIU’s Division of Research and Innovation Partnerships will host an introductory workshop on “Research and Innovation @ NIU” from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, in the University Suite of the Holmes Student Center. The workshop will acquaint faculty and staff with the broad range of support and programs available through the division...
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Proposals are invited from NIU faculty to support research and artistry activities in all academic areas. This financial support reflects the university’s commitment to investing resources in faculty research, scholarly and creative activities. In 2014-15, proposals will be accepted in three categories: Opportunity Grants; Facilitation Grants; and Completion Grants. Applications are due Monday, Oct. 20;...
Lesley Rigg
Lesley Rigg, vice president for Research and Innovation Partnerships, is inviting nominations and applications for next year’s Presidential Research Professorships. Presidential Research Professorships are awards in recognition of outstanding accomplishment and future potential in academic research, scholarship or artistry. Faculty can be nominated by any current or retired NIU faculty member from any department; forward...
David Stone
David Stone, a member of the 2014-15 class of the American Council on Education’s ACE Fellows Program, will spend his “placement” year at Wright State University. Stone, the associate vice president for research at NIU, is among 31 emerging college and university leaders considered the next generation of senior leadership in higher education. Beginning Tuesday,...
David Stone
David Stone, associate vice president for research at NIU, has been selected 31 emerging college and university leaders for the 2014-15 class of the American Council on Education’s ACE Fellows Program. Established in 1965, the ACE Fellows Program – the longest running leadership development program in the United States – focuses on identifying and preparing...
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