KENT STATE AWARDED THE HIGHEST RECOGNITION FOR RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES, THE PRESTIGIOUS R1 CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATION
The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education has awarded Kent State University the esteemed R1 status for research, which is the highest recognition that doctoral universities can receive. The prestigious designation affirms Kent State’s place as an elite research institution and puts the university in the company of universities such as Yale, Harvard and the University of California-Berkeley.
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National Institutes of Health Announces Significant Changes for 2016 Grant Applications
Phase 1 changes are effective for applications submitted for due dates on or after January 25, 2016. This phase implements a subset of policy changes using the existing FORMS-C and updated instructions. Anyone submitting a proposal to the National Institutes of Health for programs with due dates after January 25 and/or May 25, 2016 should review the updated requirements carefully prior to preparation. Be sure to use the correct application guide when preparing your proposal. You should plan additional time to make changes from previous submissions. More information concerning significant updates in each application guide release is available at the link below.
National Science Foundation Releases New Proposal and Award Guide
Seeking Nominations for Outstanding Research and Scholar Awards
Nomination Deadline: Friday, January 22, 2016 at 11:59 PM
Updated NIH/ARHQ Biosketch Format
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Brain Health Research Institute
Healthy Communities Research Institute
Environmental Science and Design Research Institute
Advanced Materials and Liquid Crystal Institute
Anti-Racism and Equity Institute
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