News & Announcements
As a subject matter expert in infectious disease and as someone trained in the TED-like communication style, you may have the opportunity to participate in the Discovery Talks speaker program to address infectious disease issues for the external community.
The Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation (InFACT) invites you to submit proposals for our Linkage and Leverage seed grant program. Please see the RFP for more information at https://discovery.osu.edu/infact/linkage-and-leverage-grants. A few important points are noted below. Questions may be directed to Dana Hilfinger, InFACT Program Coordinator (email@example.com). Please share this information with your networks. Grant Cycles, Application Deadlines, and Funding Available InFACT will offer 2 grant cycles during the 2018-2019 academic year. Grant proposals received by the following deadlines will be considered for funding, subject to the availability of remaining uncommitted funds: • Cycle 1: Project and Workgroup proposals due February 15, 2019 • Cycle 2: Project and Workgroup proposals due April 19, 2019 Eligibility Teams of faculty, staff, students, and external partners may apply, with one member of the team identified as the project director. If a project director does not hold an OSU appointment (faculty or staff), they must have an OSU faculty or staff member as a co-director, and that person will be responsible for fiscal management and coordination of InFACT resources. We look forward to receiving your proposals!
The Brain Health Hack will take place Friday (3/22) to Sunday (3/24) at the James Cancer Hospital. Students from any academic institution are invited to join us for this weekend event, where multi-disciplinary teams will create technological solutions to brain health problems.