archive-edu.com » EDU » W » WASHINGTON.EDU

Total: 911

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Office of Research - RRF Awardees
    January 2009 June 2008 January 2008 June 2007 January 2007 June 2006 January 2006 June 2005 January 2005 June 2004 January 2004 June 2003 January 2003 June 2002 January 2002 June 2001 January 2001 June 2000 January 2000 June 1999 January 1999 June 1998 January 1998 June 1997 January 1997 June 1996 January 1996 June 1995 January 1995 June 1994 January 1994 June 1993 January 1993 June 1992 June 2014 Awardees Ahn Eun Hyun Pathology A92702 Spatiotemporal control of stem cell fate using photo activatable adhesive nanotopographic cues 40 000 Banas Neil JISAO Laidre Kristin Applied Physics Laboratory A92398 Modeling zooplankton life history to link climate to fish and mammal predators A North Atlantic pilot study 34 220 Bet Shlimon Arbella History A92554 Kirkuk Oil and the Politics of Identity in an Iraqi City 21 155 RRF Scholar Blondell Ruby Classics A92421 Helen of Troy in Film and Television 14 528 RRF Scholar Blumenstock Joshua Information School A92747 Segregation and Silent Separation Using Large Scale Network Data to Model the Determinants of Ethnic Segregation 39 657 Boechler Nicholas Mechanical Engineering A92693 Experimental investigation of ultra high frequency coherent acoustic phonon scattering 39 563 Collier Thomas Music A92438 Mallet Trilogy Three Career Re Defining Recordings Exploring Solos Trios And Quintets 39 500 Conley Kevin Radiology A92523 Mitochondrial mechanisms in disease and aging Calibration in intact hearts 35 837 Cvencek Dario Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences A92587 Singaporean Children s Math Gender Stereotypes and Math Self Concepts Relation to Standardized Math Achievement 35 364 Doty Sharon Environmental and Forest Sciences A92362 Oil Producing Endophytic Yeast for Biofuel Production 35 748 Drpic Ivan Art History A92467 Bosom Friends Byzantine Enkolpia in Context 20 768 RRF Scholar Elkon Keith Medicine Rheumatology A92365 Initiation of Inflammation in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus 39 470 Finke John UW Tacoma Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences A92349 Modulation of antibody blood brain barrier penetration by glycan sialic acid ITHS 39 983 Gagnon Alexander Oceanography A92724 Acid in the Past A Pre Instrumental History of Ocean Acidification Recorded by Puget Sound and Pacific Coast Cold Water Corals 34 388 Gore John Urology McCormick Tyler Statistics A92387 Development and Usability of QOL Tracker to Measure and Display Quality of Life Outcomes for Prostate Cancer Care 40 000 Gottlieb Geoffrey Medicine Allergy and Infectious Diseases A92723 Novel Inhibitors for Antiretroviral Therapy of HIV 2 37 470 Herr Alan Pathology A92768 Volatility of Mutator Phenotypes at Single Cell Resolution 40 000 Kucher Michael UW Tacoma Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences A92729 Métis Cartography as Source for Ecological History 17 685 Lewis Katherine Education A92448 Into Uncharted Territories Mathematical Learning Disabilities in Algebra 28 973 Lopez Santiago UW Bothell Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Jung Jin Kyu UW Bothell Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences A92479 A mixed methods approach to analyzing the effects of climate change in the Tropical Andes 35 298 McLaughlin Katie Psychology A92228 Violence Exposure and the Development of Neural Networks Underlying Social Cognition 39 919 Munson Sean Human Centered Design and Engineering A92569 Field

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=rrfAwardeeList (2014-06-24)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Office of Research - Guidelines for RRF Grants
    as a funding source Attach a signed statement verifying that the RRF award does not directly overlap funding from other sources Send items 1 through 3 to Barbara Thompson bthompso uw edu Office of Research Box 351202 by the date specified in your award letter We realize that if your project requires human subjects and or animal care approvals those documents might arrive late Budget and Expenditures The following budget items are NOT ALLOWED More than two months of summer salary for the PI and or Co PI s UW rules state that summer salary for faculty on 9 month appointments should not exceed 2 5 months total from all funding sources Therefore those with other summer salary funding must adjust their RRF salary such that the total amount does not exceed 2 5 months Faculty salary for anyone other than the PI and or Co PI s including visiting faculty Facilities renovation routine secretarial charges membership fees and subscriptions Travel not directly related to the project A travel allotment may be approved only when necessary to conduct research Conference travel is not allowed The following require the prior written approval of the Office of Research Any rebudgeting of the faculty salary category Equipment both capitalized and non capitalized if not in the approved budget Travel if not in the approved budget Any additional item not listed in the approved budget Budget shifts between approved items that exceed 25 of the total award amount See number 3 below With the exception of the categories listed above the RRF program allows the PI to rebudget up to 25 of the total award amount between items listed in the approved budget For example if a PI has a 20 000 approved budget for graduate student salary benefits tuition chemicals glassware and animal expenses he she may rebudget 5 000 between these approved items The PI may NOT purchase hire expense any additional item without first obtaining approval from the Office of Research The RRF award period is normally one year Requests for extension of the award period beyond twelve months may be granted if adequately justified and in no event may exceed an additional twelve months If you are requesting an extension you should also disclose and justify any current deviations in your approved project budget that are beyond those allowed under the program rules outlined above In addition all compliance approvals IRB IACUC and or SFI FCOI must be up to date and remain in effect throughout the extended grant period Your no cost extension will not be approved until SFI disclosures and updates to disclosures are documented in FIDS once you have completed this task you can confirm the current status on the PI Personnel page of the associated eGC1 Requests for rebudgeting and extensions with appropriate justification must be submitted in writing to Barbara Thompson Office of Research Box 351202 E mail is also acceptable bthompso uw edu RRF awards may not be used to supplement other funding The

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=rrfGuidelines2010 (2014-06-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Office of Research - RRF Scholar Replacement Salary Budget Instructions
    RRF for Awardees List of Past RRF Awardees Guidelines for RRF Grants Sample Scholar Replacement Salary Budget and OPUS Implementation Instructions RRF for Applicants Instructions for Preparing an RRF Proposal Creating the Online eGC1 RRF RRF Scholars Program SAGE the System to Administer Grants Electronically SAGE Classes offered by the Office of Research Information Services ORIS RRF for Committee Members Committee Member Lists Application Review Process restricted Contact Info for Royalty Research Fund New Applicants Peter A Wilsnack 206 685 9316 Administrative Specialist Office of Research Box 351202 Existing Awardees Barbara J Thompson 206 616 9089 Administrative Specialist to the Vice Provost Office of Research Box 351202 Program Chair Judith A Ramey 206 543 2588 Professor Human Centered Design Engineering Box 352315 Return to the main RRF Page The following information is intended ONLY for RRF Scholar Awardees who have been awarded one quarter of release time Upon Receipt of the Award The RRF Scholar Program is designed to support faculty release time for one quarter by funding replacement salary costs to the department If the RRF Scholar award has been made in conjunction with additional RRF project funding follow the procedures outlined in the Guidelines for Royalty Research Fund RRF Grants for that non Scholar portion of your award Funding of the release time component will be handled separately from the remainder of the award The following items MUST be completed and submitted by all RRF Scholar recipients BEFORE replacement salary funds may be released Prepare a revised replacement salary budget including name and rank of the individual assuming your teaching responsibilities course name number and credit hours actual replacement salary costs excluding benefits Obtain the signature of the department chair AND dean Return to Barbara Thompson Office of Research Box 351202 six weeks prior to the quarter during

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=rrfSRSB (2014-06-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Office of Research - Sample Replacement Salary Budget and OPUS Implementation Instructions
    Conduct of Research RCR Training For Industry For OR Staff Contact OR Contact OR Vice Provost Associate Vice Provosts Sample Replacement Salary Budget and OPUS Implementation Instructions Search Return to RRF Home RRF for Awardees List of Past RRF Awardees Guidelines for RRF Grants Scholar Replacement Salary Budget Instructions RRF for Applicants Instructions for Preparing an RRF Proposal Creating the Online eGC1 RRF RRF Scholars Program SAGE the System to Administer Grants Electronically SAGE Classes offered by the Office of Research Information Services ORIS RRF for Committee Members Committee Member Lists Application Review Process restricted Contact Info for Royalty Research Fund New Applicants Peter A Wilsnack 206 685 9316 Administrative Specialist Office of Research Box 351202 Existing Awardees Barbara J Thompson 206 616 9089 Administrative Specialist to the Vice Provost Office of Research Box 351202 Program Chair Judith A Ramey 206 543 2588 Professor Human Centered Design Engineering Box 352315 Dr Sara Smith received a RRF Scholar award and will not be teaching her regularly scheduled class Math 124 during spring quarter The department has hired Dr Charlie Harris to teach Math 124 for Dr Sara Smith Six weeks before the start of spring quarter a memo is prepared by the department and is sent to Barbara Thompson Office of Research Box 351202 this memo must be signed by the department chair and the dean To Barbara Thompson Office of Research From Dr Jones Chair Mathematics Subject RRF Scholar award for Dr Sara Smith Replacement teaching during spring quarter 2014 for Dr Sara Smith will be provided by Name Rank Charlie Harris Part time Lecturer Course Info Math 124 Calculus with Analytic Geometry 5 credit hours Actual replacement salary excluding benefits 6 000 Concurrence Dean of School College As per this example the Office of Research will establish a grant

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=rrfSampleSRSB (2014-06-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Office of Research - RRF Committee Members
    Provost Associate Vice Provosts RRF Committee Members Search Return to RRF Home RRF for Committee Members Application Review Process restricted RRF for Applicants Instructions for Preparing an RRF Proposal Creating the Online eGC1 RRF RRF Scholars Program SAGE the System to Administer Grants Electronically SAGE Classes offered by the Office of Research Information Services ORIS RRF for Awardees List of Past RRF Awardees Guidelines for RRF Grants Scholar Replacement Salary Budget Instructions Sample Scholar Replacement Salary Budget and OPUS Implementation Instructions Contact Info for Royalty Research Fund New Applicants Peter A Wilsnack 206 685 9316 Administrative Specialist Office of Research Box 351202 Existing Awardees Barbara J Thompson 206 616 9089 Administrative Specialist to the Vice Provost Office of Research Box 351202 Program Chair Judith A Ramey 206 543 2588 Professor Human Centered Design Engineering Box 352315 Active Members for Spring 2014 Physical Sciences And Engineering Mark M Benjamin Professor Civil and Environmental Engineering Adam P Bruckner Professor Aeronautics and Astronautics Guozhong Cao Professor Materials Science and Engineering Gordon Farquharson Senior Research Engineer Applied Physics Laboratory Terrie Klinger Associate Professor School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Jiangyu Li Associate Professor Mechanical Engineering Xiaosong Li ASSOC PROFESSOR Chemistry Herbert M Sauro ASSOC PROFESSOR Bioengineering Daniel E Schindler Professor Aquatic and Fishery Sciences Vladimir Minin Associate Professor Statistics and Biology Arts Humanities And Social Sciences Barbara Citko Associate Professor Linguistics Sarah A Elwood faustino PROFESSOR GEOGRAPHY DEPT David Hendry Associate Professor Information School Olga Levaniouk Associate Professor Classics Mark C Long Assistant Professor Evans School of Public Affairs Juliet Mcmains Associate Professor Dance Andrew Nestingen Professor Scandinavian Studies Julie Nicoletta Professor Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Steven J Pfaff Professor SOCIOLOGY Juliet D Shields Associate Professor English Wadiya A Udell Assistant Professor Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Manka M Varghese Associate Professor Curriculum and Instruction

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/main.php?page=rrfSubcommittees (2014-06-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • The Undergraduate Research Program
    Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html About the URP Mission Staff Values Vision Our Mission The Undergraduate Research Program URP which is housed at the University of Washington in the Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity Mary Gates Hall 171 under the auspices of Undergraduate Academic Affairs facilitates research experiences for undergraduates with UW faculty members across the disciplines URP maintains a listing of current UW research opportunities and national programs The URP assists UW undergraduates in Planning for an undergraduate research experience Identifying faculty mentors and projects Defining research goals Presenting and publishing research findings and Seeking funding for their research The URP helps UW faculty by Inviting them to post their undergraduate research opportunities on this web site Encouraging them to visit our Engaging Undergraduates page for information on incorporating undergraduates in their research and scholarship and to keep undergraduates aware of local and national funding sources Offering assistance in preparing grant proposals for funding department based undergraduate research opportunities Providing support for the inclusion of research projects in undergraduate courses through the emerging Research Learning initiative The URP also maintains a list of undergraduate research opportunities during the summer and beyond UW in addition to a list of local and national conferences If you would like to list an opportunity beyond UW on our web site please

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/urp/about/index.html (2014-06-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Contact Us | The Undergraduate Research Program
    Get Academic Credit Share Your Research Present at a Conference Publish Your Research Research Ethics Undergraduate Research Leaders Additional Resources For Pre College Students For Research Mentors Post a Research Opportunity Benefits of Mentoring Mentoring Resources Get Funding Awarding Credit Student Experiences Easel Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Contact Us The Undergraduate Research Program E mail address urp uw edu Phone Number 206 543 4282 Fax number 206 616 4389 Mailing Address Undergraduate Research Program

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/urp/contact/index.html (2014-06-24)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Information for Students
    About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/research/urp/students/index.html (2014-06-24)
    Open archived version from archive



  •