Are lingering thoughts and stresses about the presidential election creeping into your dreams? Is there perhaps a deeper meaning to our collective dreams of this year’s candidates? For this week of SWFI Monday, marvel at the account of a scholar who has gathered more than 200 dreams of the 2016 Presidential Candidates. Ranging from the slightly odd to extremely bizarre, these dream stories seem to resonate truths of varying degrees. But what is the true trigger for these visions? Is it the day-to-day feelings of the dreamers? Or could these collective dreams perhaps be prophesying the true nature of the 45th President of the United States?
NSF recently released a new series of compliance validation checks to ensure proposals comply with requirements outlined in the PAPPG, Chapter II.C.2.
Check out The NIH Center for Scientific Review’s mock peer review meeting. It gives us a front row seat to how the NIH evaluates the thousands of grants they receive each year.
[Our ‘ThrowbackThursday’ posts are previously-published entries that touch on an issue, or issues, about which we’re frequently receiving questions from faculty and staff. In this installment, we’ll be looking at the topic of Background Intellectual Property, which is an important consideration in virtually every sponsored research agreement.]
As we mentioned in last week’s introduction, Johns Hopkins University Research Administration (JHURA) came about through the merging of several sponsored project offices within Johns Hopkins University. JHURA identifies opportunities and partnerships, facilitates the submission of sponsored project proposals on behalf of JHU, negotiates and executes agreements, provides coordinated advice and guidance regarding applicable rules and regulations, and assists faculty, staff, and students in proper stewardship of the University’s sponsored projects.