Faculty from the University of New Mexico Library’s Research Data Services (RDS) and the Center for Advanced Research Computing provided UNM researchers with tips on using computing and data management in research projects. Presenters gave information on resources and support that the two groups offer. Director of RDS and IT Karl Benedict kicked off the […] Read More
Research Success Series
UNM faculty working on research proposals recently learned to improve the broader impacts of their research in a workshop hosted by Advance at UNM. Workshop speakers included Stephanie Tofighi, a faculty research support officer with the UNM Faculty Research Development Office, Anthony Salvagno, an X Studio programs manager for Explora X Studio, and Mitchell Whittier, […] Read More
UNM faculty members heard tips on how to address the broader impacts portion of their research proposals during a workshop hosted by Advance at UNM April 26. Stephanie Tofighi, a faculty research support officer with the Office of the Vice President of Research, and Monica Kowal, the Director of Community Engagement Initiatives with […] Read More
UNM faculty who recently received grant funding for their research heard key tips on how to correctly and ethically handle the grant process during a workshop sponsored by Advance at UNM and Contract and Grant Accounting. Presenters at the You Got Funded, Now What? workshop provided tips on how to correctly manage grants throughout the […] Read More
Mary Jo Daniel, director of the Faculty Research Development Office and Co-PI for Advance at UNM, gave UNM faculty several tips on creating effective management plans for research proposals during a presentation in February. “Today we will be focusing on proposal management plans, which are — woohoo — exciting,” Daniel said. Her interactive […] Read More
Lean how to begin your research path at UNM with our Research Success Series from the Faculty Research Development Office and the Office of Sponsored Projects. See more videos
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Our panelists give advice on how to further your chances at being selected for funding with the NSF. Panelists are Jessie DeAro, program director for NSF Advance, Associate Director for the UNM Center for Teaching and Learning Amy Chen and UNM computer science professor Lydia Tapia.
When should you contact your agency program officer? What information can be provided and what am I allowed to ask? Learn more by listening to skilled panelist to determine what benefits your program officer can provide to you.
UNM has access to non-profit funding opportunities through the UNM Foundation. Join Betsy Till, Senior Director of Development, in learning how the foundation can help you with research funding.
Faculty members learned about how best to work with their program officers on Oct. 19th at Advance’s workshop entitled “Your Program Officer as a Guide.” Professors from across the university served as panelists, including Jane Lehr of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. Lehr was previously employed at Sandia National Laboratories and the Air […] Read More