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  • Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    In 2006 she was awarded a Rockefeller Fellowship in the Humanities to pursue her study of Native American systems of knowledge Over the years Dr Metoyer has been a member of several advisory boards including the Newberry Library D Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian History the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science the National Endowment for the Humanities and the U S Department of the Interior Lecture Topic Are We There Yet The Four Directions in Native American Higher Education Native Americans are steadily and resolutely contributing to the intellectual and institutional life of the academy Using an indigenous epistemology Dr Cheryl Metoyer will examine this historic development of Native Americans in higher education Drawing from her research on indigenous knowledge systems she will map this passage through the physical mental social and spiritual domains of Native American philosophy This will also include the emergence of Native American scholarship research methodologies and governance models About the Lecture Series Dr Samuel E Kelly Named in honor of the University of Washington s first vice president for the Office of Minority Affairs 1970 the annual Samuel E Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture is dedicated to acknowledging the work of distinguished faculty by spotlighting nationally recognized research focusing on diversity and social justice Understanding differences takes place where there are opportunities to learn and become more informed about other people s viewpoints historical perspectives life experiences cultures customs and contributions Educational institutions have an opportunity and responsibility through teaching and research to promote awareness of diversity and its importance within a campus community and society The University of Washington is committed to providing access equal opportunity and reasonable accommodations in its services programs activities education and employment for individuals with disabilities To request disability accommodations for this event contact the Disability Services Office at least 10 days in advance at 206 543 6450 V 206 543 6452 TTY 206 685 7264 Fax or email at dso uw edu Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Comments are closed Past Lecturers 2013 Amanda Lock Swarr Ph D Gender Women and Sexuality Studies Racing the Boundaries of Gender and Sexuality Rethinking Apartheid and Transitional South Africa 2012 Dr Alexes Harris Department of Sociology The U S Criminal Justice System Race Poverty and Permanent Punishments Watch Lecture 2011 Dr Luis Fraga Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement Russell F Stark University Professor Director Diversity Research Institute Professor Department of Political Science Change and Continuity Latinos in the Future of America 2010 Dr Richard Ladner Department of Computer Science and Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering Department of Linguistics Designing and Building Technology Empower People 2009 Dr Biren Ratnesh Nagda School of Social Work Embracing Difference Engendering Justice From the Courthouse to the Classroom to the Community Center 2008 Dr Joy Williamson College of Education Black Students Campus Activism and the Reform of Higher Education History and Legacy 2007 Dr Karina Walters School of Social Work From Dis placement to Dis Ease Embodiment and Expression of Historical

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/samuel-e-kelly-lecture/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research - More Research Sites
    About OR Organization Structure Advisory Structure iSTAR Organizational Improvement iSTAR Organizational Improvement iSTAR Presentations Historic Service Process Improvements Stats Rankings Honors Awards Honors Awards Faculty Memberships Awards Recent Faculty Honors Outside Work Requests For Researchers For Researchers Funding Opportunities Policy Guidance Research Centers Researcher s Guide New to UW Research For Students For Students Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=allUnits (2014-06-24)
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  • SAGE: System to Administer Grants Electronically
    How do I resubmit it to OSP after it is updated When is an email notification sent out during the approval process Who receives email notifications during the eApproval process Can reviewers modify an eGC1 or do they have to send it back when changes are needed What is the difference between Withdraw and Return more Creating an eGC1 We have a performance site out of country What should we do about the mandatory state zip code and congressional district fields in in Grant Runner When is appointment information from HEPPS available to SAGE Can I use special characters in my abstract Can I create a copy of an existing eGC1 What types of files can I upload to my eGC1 more Other How will I know when award or other documents are attached to my eGC1 What s a PAN What s a PAC When is an eGC1 required How can I stay updated on changes in SAGE and FIDS more SAGE Budget Is there a way to change the benefit rate in SAGE Budget I need to update the current benefits rate to the proposed rate that will be effective when my proposal is awarded How do I connect a budget I created in SAGE with my eGC1 How can I make sure SAGE Budget applies the correct F A rate to our sub contractor budget How do I use a different benefit rate for a sub contractor at a different institution Will SAGE Budget automatically add the clinical salary of personnel to my budget more Troubleshooting Why is my eGC1 in read only mode when I have read write access Why can t I print Why can t I complete the eGC1 and push it into the routing process The Approval Graph for my eGC1 doesn t

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/sage-support/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Energy Research at the University of Washington
    Discovery is at the heart of our University 1 2 3 next last Featured Energy Faculty Thomas M Hinckley Impacts Daniel T Schwartz Efficiency and Storage Edward L Miles Impacts New Faculty Profiles Hugh W Hillhouse Rehnberg Chair Professor Developing nanocrystal ink and molecular ink based solar cells nanowire based devices and novel fuel cells Stephen Gardiner Professor of Philosophy and Ben Rabinowitz Endowed Professor of the Human Dimensions of

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/energy/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research - For Researchers
    Organization Structure Advisory Structure iSTAR Organizational Improvement iSTAR Organizational Improvement iSTAR Presentations Historic Service Process Improvements Stats Rankings Honors Awards Honors Awards Faculty Memberships Awards Recent Faculty Honors Outside Work Requests For Researchers For Researchers Funding Opportunities Policy Guidance Research Centers Researcher s Guide New to UW Research For Students For Students Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice Provost Associate Vice Provosts For Researchers Search Recent Faculty Honors Benjamin Hall Eric D Asaro elected to National Academy of Sciences Janis Abkowitz Frederick Appelbaum and Bruce Psaty Elected to the Institute of Medicine Fifty years of ecological insights earn UW biologist international award Robert Paine Awarded the Cosmos Prize More Recent Faculty Honors One stop shopping for the UW grants process Overview of how to find apply for and manage research grants at UW Office of Research Funding Opportunities All Funding Opportunities Bridge Funding Program Matching Funds Request Royalty Research Fund RRF Startup Funds Request Grants Information Memoranda GIM http www washington edu research osp gim Grants Information Memoranda GIM are statements of policy related to grant and contract issues at the University of Washington General university policies and procedures can

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/?page=fr (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research - About
    infrastructure and streamlined processes Advocates for the needs of the UW research community Broadens awareness of the value of UW research Develops strong relationships with sponsors Enhances the ability to perform research in a global community Supports strong infrastructure for interdisciplinary research Office of Research Values and Guiding Principles Respect We are committed to treating each other our process partners and others we work with as valued colleagues guided by open communication collaboration partnership integrity and respect in order to achieve our common goals We believe that our employees are our most valuable asset and we strive to recognize the dedication expertise hard work and creativity among members of our Office of Research community We are committed to providing a culture of continuous learning for all OR staff and the campus at large to foster a high level of expertise and provide the tools necessary for high performance We support a work life balance for all the employees in our organization Creativity We encourage innovation reflective thinking flexibility and adaptability in our approaches to our work in alignment with our mission to create client centered services Integrity We make our decisions with openness and honesty and to enhance the value of the organization campus wide We promote responsible research practices in alignment with ethical principles and compliance regulations Communication We encourage and promote open communication both within the Office of Research and with process partners and campus We build strong relationships with existing and potential sponsors We join our research community in communicating the benefits of research to the state community the nation and the world Diversity We value and welcome a diversity of staff as an organization that is enriched by a multitude of perspectives and experiences Quality We are committed to developing a range of resources and strategies

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/index.php?page=orVision (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research - Organization & Structure
    For Students Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice Provost Associate Vice Provosts Organization Structure Search Creating a Culture of Research Excellence It s crucial that we optimize the UW s administrative systems and deliver outstanding support services that help researchers compete and succeed Mary Lidstrom Vice Provost for Research Full Message from Mary Vision and Mission Advisory Structure Service and Process Improvements For OR Staff OR Intranet Research Units The Office of Research is led by the Vice Provost for Research and oversees the following administrative units Human Subjects Division HSD Supports and facilitates review by the Institutional Review Board IRB required before starting research involving human subjects Office of Sponsored Programs OSP Supports the research community in securing external support for sponsored projects and collaborations Office of Research Information Services ORIS Provides system to procure research grants and contracts and build proposal budgets OR Leadership The Office of Research uses a collaborative and inclusive decision making process and is advised by the Research Advisory Board the Faculty Council on Research and research faculty and staff administrators Vice Provost for Research Associate Vice Provosts OR Structure View the full Org

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/index.php?page=orOrganization (2014-06-24)
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  • Office of Research - Advisory Structure
    Animal Care and Use Committee IACUC UW Medicine Compliance Research Excellence Energy at UW eScience Guides Clinical Trials Handbook Grants gov Submission Guide Researcher s Guide You are here OR Home About Advisory Structure OR Home About the Vice Provost for Research About OR About OR Organization Structure Advisory Structure iSTAR Organizational Improvement iSTAR Organizational Improvement iSTAR Presentations Historic Service Process Improvements Stats Rankings Honors Awards Honors Awards Faculty Memberships Awards Recent Faculty Honors Outside Work Requests For Researchers For Researchers Funding Opportunities Policy Guidance Research Centers Researcher s Guide New to UW Research For Students For Students Responsible Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice Provost Associate Vice Provosts Advisory Structure Search Creating a Culture of Research Excellence It s crucial that we optimize the UW s administrative systems and deliver outstanding support services that help researchers compete and succeed Mary Lidstrom Vice Provost for Research Full Message from Mary Vision and Mission Organization and Structure Service and Process Improvements Advisory Structure Research Advisory Board Faculty Council on Research Human Subjects Policy Board Research Compliance and Integrity Committee OR Leadership The Office of Research uses a collaborative and inclusive decision making

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/index.php?page=orAdvisory (2014-06-24)
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