The IP Commercialization & Economic Development (IPCED) office is sponsoring a presentation and open forum on ND Dept. of Commerce grant program RESEARCH NORTH DAKOTA (RND) which is designed to provide grant funds for:
The North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (ND EPSCoR) has announced the 2015 – 2016 Doctoral Dissertation Assistantship (DDA) awards at the University of North Dakota. Read more
The 13th Annual American Indian Health Research Conference (AIHRC) takes place October 23, 2015 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks. The conference offers opportunities to discuss research directions, partnerships and collaboration in health research focusing on American Indians. The keynote speaker is Dr. Dorothy A. Rhoades, faculty member at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in the Internal Medicine department. Dr. Rhoades is also the director of the American Indian Cancer Research Initiatives for the Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center. Read more
“Flatland Redux: Graphene and other Two-Dimensional Electronic Materials” will be presented at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, October 8, in Witmer Hall, room 211 by David Campbell, Department of Physics, Boston University.
Graphene is a remarkable material, consisting of a single layer of carbon atoms bonded to each other in a hexagonal pattern extending in principle in an infinite, flat two-dimensional membrane. Its structure and basic properties were modeled theoretically already in the 1940s, but its isolation in truly single layer form in 2004 by Geim and Novolsev using the “scotch tape” method ignited an explosion of interest and led to the awarding of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics to these researchers. Read more
The Biology Department is pleased to announce the Wheeler Lecture will take place at from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, October 8, in 100 Leonard Hall. David Crews, Integrative Biology, University of Texas, Austin, will present “The Contaminated Environment and What it Means for Humans and Wildlife.” His lecture will focus on the health effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals in humans and mechanisms of multi-generational exposure; he will discuss his latest findings on endocrine disruption due to environmental pollutants. Read more
On behalf of the North Dakota IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (ND INBRE) we would like to invite you to attend the 2015 Annual ND INBRE Research Symposium. We also want to express a special welcome to the project directors and undergraduate students from all the tribal colleges in North Dakoa that participated in the inaugural year of the Native American Research Centers for Health (NARCH) grant.
The meeting will be held October 23, 2015 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Read more
The second Senate Scholarly Activities Committee (SSAC) deadline for submission of applications is Friday, October 9, 2015. Only Research/Creative Activity or Publication applications will be considered at that time. No other applications will be considered at that time.
The third deadline for submission of applications is Friday, January 15, 2016. Travel applications will be considered at that time only for travel that will occur between January 16, 2016, and April 30, 2016. No other applications will be considered at that time. Read more
The National Science Foundation has issued the following program announcements which allow UND to submit only a limited number of submissions. Thus, if you are interested in submitting a proposal to NSF for the program, please let us know as soon as possible (barry.milavetz@UND.edu or 777.4280).
IUSE / Professional Formation of Engineers: REvolutionizing engineering and computer science Departments (RED) #15-607
In FY 2016, the Directorates for Engineering (ENG), Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) and Education and Human Resources (EHR) are continuing a program aligned with the Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) framework: REvolutionizing engineering and computer science Departments (herein referred to as RED). This funding opportunity enables engineering and computer science departments to lead the nation by successfully achieving significant sustainable changes necessary to overcome longstanding issues in their undergraduate programs and educate inclusive communities of engineering and computer science students prepared to solve 21st-century challenges. Read more