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Vice President for Research Distinguished Lecture

PACCAR 202

Join WSU in welcoming Bruce Whitelaw, PhD, the world-renowned leader in genetic editing of livestock as the featured speaker for the Vice President for Research Distinguished Lecture Series to be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18 in PACCAR Room 200/202. Whitelaw was a member of the team that cloned Dolly, a sheep that […]

One-Day Workshop on Proposal Development

Asian Pacific American Cultural House 905 C Street, Pullman,

Join Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships (ORAP) proposal consultants Dr. Robert Finney, Dr. Becky James, and Maureen Bonnefin, CRA for a full day grant writing workshop on April 20th from 9am to 3pm. Learn how to become a more effective grant proposal writer through hands-on, interactive activities designed to create desire for your project. […]

Guest Speaker: Dr. Anthony Boccanfuso

Food Sciences and Human Nutrition Building, T101 Pullman

The Office of Research invites the University community to a seminar featuring Dr. Anthony Boccanfuso, President of the University-Industry Demonstration Partnership (UIDP). His talk, “Why University Industry Partnerships Matter,” will take place on Thursday, May 31, at 3 p.m., in FSHN T101. Basic research, much of which emanates from the world’s outstanding academic laboratories, is the […]

Introduction to the Office of Research and the Life Cycle of a Grant – 9/12

Lighty 280 Conference Room Pullman

Want to build or expand your research program? Come find out how the Office of Research can help. Discover services and processes that will help you with everything from developing and submitting a grant, to having a compliant research program, to managing and licensing your intellectual property. Join us in Lighty 280 on Wednesday, Sept. […]

Introduction to the Office of Research and the Life Cycle of a Grant – 9/13

Lighty 280 Conference Room Pullman

Want to build or expand your research program? Come find out how the Office of Research can help. Discover services and processes that will help you with everything from developing and submitting a grant, to having a compliant research program, to managing and licensing your intellectual property. Join us in Lighty 280 on Thursday, Sept. […]

Finding Funding with Pivot – 9/19

Lighty 280 Conference Room Pullman

Which federal and non-federal sponsors are interested in funding your idea? Identify them easily with Pivot and learn how to set up notifications and track and share opportunities using this database. Join us in Lighty 280 on Wednesday, Sept. 19th at 10:30 am. Skype is available!

Finding Funding with Pivot – 9/20

Lighty 280 Conference Room Pullman

Which federal and non-federal sponsors are interested in funding your idea? Identify them easily with Pivot and learn how to set up notifications and track and share opportunities using this database. Join us in Lighty 280 on Thursday, Sept. 20th at 1:30 pm Skype is available!

PI Roles & Responsibilities – 9/26

Lighty 280 Conference Room Pullman

What is your role as the lead PI of a sponsored project? Discover your legal responsibilities and how you navigate the murky waters of federal, state, and private award requirements. Join us in Lighty 280 on Wednesday, Sept. 26th at 1:30 pm. Skype is available!

PI Roles & Responsibilities – 9/27

Lighty 280 Conference Room Pullman

What is your role as the lead PI of a sponsored project? Discover your legal responsibilities and how you navigate the murky waters of federal, state, and private award requirements. Join us in Lighty 280 on Thursday, Sept. 27th at 10:30 am. Skype is available!

VPR Distinguished Lecture: “Accelerating Scientific Discovery through QIS”

The Office of Research will kick off the 2019-2020 Vice President for Research Distinguished Lecture Series with a talk by Nathan Baker, director for the Advanced Computing, Mathematics, and Data Division at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). The talk is titled “Accelerating Scientific Discovery through Quantum Information Sciences.” A reception will follow in ETRL, […]