From the Vice President

RESCHEDULED: State of Research presentation by David Conover

State of Research presentation by David Conover
After being postponed due to a death in the family, David Conover’s presentation on the “The State of UO Research: Celebrating Achievement and Prospects for the Future” has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, at 3 p.m. in the EMU Crater Lake North and South rooms. Stay tuned to Around the O for more details.
Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation
(541) 346-2090

OVPRI Government Shutdown Updates

January 17, 2019

The OVPRI sent the following message to Principal Investigators and Departmental Grant Administrators: 


Dear PIs and DGAs:

As the partial government shutdown enters its fourth week, we wanted to provide you an update on where things stand. In general, sponsored project operations are continuing apace, but future negative consequences remain a possibility.

ERA System Feedback

The University of Oregon is currently interviewing vendors to purchase a campus-wide Electronic Research Compliance System. This system will integrate many functions across campus, including critical research compliance functions such as web-based management of IRB, IACUC, and other compliance committee protocols.

As a part of the process, three vendors will come to campus to give presentations on their products. The campus community is invited to attend open houses on the following dates with these vendors:


Vendor 1:            Thursday, December 13

Call for Faculty Research Award proposals

The Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation invites faculty from all academic disciplines to apply for 2019 Faculty Research Awards.

The purpose of the Faculty Research Awards program is to stimulate research by providing faculty with support for research expenses including travel, summer stipend, equipment, supplies, contractual services, shared facility use, and graduate or undergraduate student research assistance.

Faculty Research Awards are eligible for funding up to $5,500. 



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