The University of Tennessee has scheduled four training sessions for InCites, an online research analytics and evaluation tool. InCites is a research evaluation platform that allows for in-depth analysis of trends and citation patterns of the publication activity data for individuals, groups, organizations, countries, journals, and research areas. InCites provides tools and metrics to analyze institutional productivity, find collaborators, monitor collaboration activity, identify influential researchers, showcase strengths, and discover areas of opportunity. Continue reading
STOP the Bleed, Save a Life Training
The Department of Public Health, in partnership with the Office of Research and Engagement, is gearing up for UT’s first ever STOP the Bleed training on Friday, November 1 from 5-6 P.M. in the Baker Center’s Toyota Auditorium.
During a crisis, no matter how quickly professional emergency responders arrive, bystanders will always be first on the scene. This class will teach you how to take simple actions immediately to help save a life. Continue reading
Registration Open for Fall Responsible Conduct of Research Workshop
The Office of Research and Engagement (ORE) is hosting a Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) awareness workshop on September 27, 2019, in the Student Union Ballroom (272 A&B) from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. This workshop will address topics that are central to successful research programs. It will also examine the newest policy updates, expectations, and resources for information security and human subjects research.
Seeking Partnerships and Research Knowledge for Science (SPARKS): Exploring Eye-Tracking
ORE’s Research Development seeks to facilitate a multidisciplinary conversation between researchers who are tapping the benefits of eye-tracking technology and those who might be interested in new collaborations.
ORE, TCE to Host Responsible Conduct of Research Workshop
The Office of Research and Engagement, in partnership with the Tickle College of Engineering (TCE), will host a Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) workshop on Tuesday, May 14 in the Toyota Auditorium of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy.
The university is in the process of revising policies and procedures to make RCR awareness training mandatory for all funded investigators and their research team, with the expectation that they will meet their training requirement by the end of the next academic year. This workshop will fulfill that mandatory training requirement. Continue reading