The University Record, November 5, 1997


Vol. 53 No. 10
November 5, 1997


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Cost Accounting Standards Workshop

DRDA and Financial Operations will present a Cost Accounting Standards workshop Nov. 25. The session is intended to assist in assuring compliance with Cost Accounting Standards in three major areas: budget planning and preparation, identification and documentation of cost-sharing commitments, and project administration. The workshop will be presented in Suite 18, Wolverine Tower, and will focus on sponsored research awards from NIH. The session requires approximately 3 hours and will start at 8:15 a.m. Coffee, donuts and bagels will be available 8&endash;8:15 a.m. The workshop is limited to 50 persons; pre-registration is required. If you are interested in attending, contact Cheryl Ellul, Financial Operations, 6012 Wolverine Tower 1287, 764-8428, or e-mail: ellul@umich.edu.

Conservation Assessment Program

Museums are invited to apply for the Conservation Assessment Program (CAP) funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. The CAP program was developed to enable eligible museums to obtain a conservation survey of their collections and facilities on a non-competitive basis. Deadline: Dec. 5. Contact: Adeline Ryznar, 936-1354.

New Funding Opportunity from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA)

The Arts and Cultural ACCESS Grant Program, funded by MCACA, will support programs and projects that encourage and enable citizens and visitors to participate in the arts and culture in Michigan. Deadline: Dec. 12. Contact: Adeline Ryznar, 936-1354.

EPA 1998 Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Program Research Grants

The following additional areas have been added to the 1998 STAR Program: Ecological Indicators; Drinking Water Microbial Pathogens; Disinfection Byproducts; and Emerging Contaminants from the Contaminant Candidate List&emdash;Deadlines: Feb. 26

Air Pollution Chemistry; and Physics and Health Effects of Particulate Matter and Associated Air Pollutants&emdash;Deadline: Jan. 29

Urban Air Toxics&emdash;Deadline: Feb. 12

For additional information, contact Paul Cunningham, 936-1289, or paulc@umich.edu. Web address: http://es.inel.gov/ncerqa/rfa/982brfa.html.

EPA/NSF Star Partnership for Environmental Research 1998 Decision-Making and Valuation for Environmental Policy

Government agencies responsible for policy analysis, regulatory decision-making, priority-setting for environmental actions, and assessment have an interest in advancing research to help develop practical, systematic and credible approaches to identifying economic, environmental and social interactions, estimating their benefits and cost, and improving decision-making about environment issues. This competition is intended to support research projects in: (1) Valuing human health and environmental quality and economic growth, and (2) Innovations and improvement in environmental decision-making. Deadline: Jan. 15. For additional information, contact Paul Cunningham, 936-1289, or paulc@umich.edu. Web address: http://es.inel.gov/ncerqa/rfa/98valrfa.html.

1998 Centers for Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research

The National Institute of Environmental Health Science and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency invite grant applications for centers that will develop multidisciplinary basic and applied research in combination with community-based prevention research projects to support studies on the causes and mechanisms of children's disorders having an environmental etiology, identify relevant environmental exposures, intervene to reduce hazardous exposures and their adverse health effects, and eventually decrease the prevalence, morbidity and mortality of environmentally related childhood diseases. Each application is to be designed around a central scientific theme, examining the role of environmental agents in one of the following research foci: (1) children's respiratory disease; (2) childhood learning; or (3) growth and development. A minimum of two basic biomedical research projects and one community-based intervention research component must be proposed within each center. Deadline: Jan. 21. For additional information, contact Paul Cunningham, 936-1289, or paulc@umich.edu. Web address: http://es.inel.gov/ncerqa/rfa/98kids.html.


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