The University Record, October 16, 2000

Research Reporter

Research opportunities, application deadlines, U-M policies concerning sonsored research, campus research resources and more are available on the Research Web site. Point your browser to www.research.umich.edu. Sponsored by the Office of he Vice President for Reseach and the Division of Research Development and Administration.

Environmental Protection Agency
Environmental Education Grants Program

The EPA Environmental Education Grants Program provides financial support for projects that design, demonstrate or disseminate environmental education practices, methods or techniques, including assessing environmental and ecological conditions or specific environmental issues or problems. The deadline is Nov. 15. Additional information can be found on the Environmental Education Grant Program Web site, www.epa.gov/ocepa111/NNEMS/solnotice01.html. For more information, contact Dave Plawchan, (734) 764-7237 or davedrda@umich.edu.

Online Training in Protecting Human Research Subjects

U-M online training in the protection of human subjects in research is now available at cgi.www.umich.edu/~drda/index.html or via the U-M research information site at www.research.umich.edu.

This training program is based on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) online human subjects training program, and is a response to the new NIH requirement for training in the protection of human subjects in research, which became effective Oct. 1.

The Web-based presentation takes about one hour to view. Upon completion, participants will receive certification documentation.