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as part of our RCR Series 2023
In this session, we’ll discuss privacy and security requirements and practical considerations for handling research data.
This free event will provide 1 hr of face to face RCR instruction as required by NIH (8 hr. minimum) and open to all.
presents as part of our RCR Series 2023
Data privacy is everyone’s job. Higher education institutions collect, store, use, transmit, disclose, and dispose of a wide variety of data every day. Concerns about ethics, privacy, and data protection have risen in conjunction with the emergence of new technologies, the vast amounts (and variety) of data at play in the higher education environment, and how those data are being used. In this session, data and privacy leaders will share strategies for moving their institutions toward privacy by design.
Being a postdoc, and eventually a postdoc alum, is only one part of who you are. Building a career is only one part of building a life. Making the right choices headed into your first permanent position, while balancing work and life demands, can be difficult. Peter Loge, whose career includes serving in senior staff positions in Congress and the Obama administration, writing a book explaining how soccer can make people better managers, and advising organizations ranging from American Farmland Trust and America's Funniest Home Videos to WickedCoolStuff.com and the World Wildlife Fund, will lead a conversation about how to build and balance your life and career.
As in 2022, the NPA will offer certificates of completion to postdocs that attend 10 out of 12 SmartSkills sessions live in 2023.
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Considering where your NIH application will be going:
- institute and study section selection
- Identifying and contacting NIH program officers: what to ask and how
- How to write an effective 'Specific Aims' page
As part of the draft Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (23-1), NSF is elevating the Concept Outline as a new submission type. The primary purpose of the Concept Outline is to ensure that the concept being proposed by the prospective Principal Investigator (PI) is appropriate for the proposal type or funding opportunity, and to help reduce the administrative burden associated with the submission of a full proposal.
Attendees also will learn about the Program Suitability and Proposal Concept (ProSPCT) tool which will be used for submitting and tracking Concept Outlines.
To register for this event, visit NSF's Policy Outreach resource.
For those who cannot attend the live webinar, a recorded session will be available on-demand shortly after the event and posted in our Resource Center.
If you require any accommodations, such as closed captioning, or if you have any logistical questions about the webinar, please email us.
Stop by to meet representatives from:
This free session is open to all and will provide 1 hr of face-to-face RCR instructions as required by NIH (8 hr. minimum).
Resources from August 11, 2022 webinar: Understanding the New NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy
Webinar presentation slide deck