Dr. John Z. Kiss, Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Biology ,will discuss his work in space research at the Department of Biology Seminar Series on September 28, 2012. The seminar will take place in 303 Shoemaker Hall at 2 pm.
What established and new research computing infrastructure is available or on the horizon for UM researchers?
What are the most pressing CI needs here on campus?
What are some approaches and upcoming funding opportunities for building cyberinfrastructure?
Join us April 25 for a Lunch and Learn as the UM Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and the UM Office of Information Technology facilitate a discussion of cyberinfrastructure assets, gaps, and approaches here at UM.
Do you understand your responsibilities for securing the data within your care?
Are you aware of the key threats to the security of your data?
Do you know how to protect yourself, your department, sponsor, research subjects, students, and institution from these threats?
Join us April 4 for a Lunch-N-Learn as the UM Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and the UM Office of Information Technology facilitate a panel discussion of local security, compliance, and enforcement leaders concerning data responsibilities, threats, and protection tools.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is hosting a Lunch and Learn opportunity on Wednesday, February 29th from 12:00-12:50PM in Butler Auditorium. Kathy Tucker, Coordinator of Outreach and Innovation, from HealthWorks! will be the speaker.
Lunch will be provided. Therefore, all those planning to attend must RSVP to email@example.com
This past October, following a yearlong exploration phase, the University launched the Innovations in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Initiative. Its broadly defined goals: to produce more STEM majors, expand campus STEM teaching and learning facilities, engage and inspire K-12 students into STEM careers, and to increase the scientific literacy of all UM graduates and the general public.