Our goal is a site that will provide the most current and useful information to the SoDM community and to share with the public the innovative and groundbreaking research happening every day within the School. This site will serve as a hub for all aspects of research, from highlighting current research to providing step-by-step guides for administering sponsored projects.
Click here to read the most current edition of the SODM Research Newsletter.
Please take some time to explore our site. We are continually updating and adding new information to better serve you. If you have any suggestions or comments on what you see, or would like to see, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are excited about our research and want you to be, too!
Introducting SPARTA Pre-Award
As you may know, over the past year and a half, central administration has been working on a pre-award system to streamline proposal development, tracking, and submission which has been named SPARTA. The School of Dental Medicine has been chosen as the first school to go live with SPARTA in late October. To facilitate the transition, Sponsored Projects Administration and IT will be holding numerous training sessions beginning the week of September 23 with an introductory session. After that, multiple 2-3 hour hands-on sessions will be held to familiarize faculty and staff with SPARTA and its functions.
Over the next few days you will be invited to participate in the training sessions, so watch your email! In the interim, any questions can be directed to Tricia Mehosky Ribeiro at email@example.com or 368.1630.
Start Using Pivot: Create an Account and Claim Your Profile
Many of our research faculty and staff have used Community of Science to search for funding opportunities. This year, CWRU has subscribed to COS's new product, Pivot, which can help you to bring together the right research opportunities, funding, and people quickly and easily. It provides global and local connections that strengthen research by exploring new avenues for funding and collaboration—for faculty, staff researchers, and graduate students. Watch a 3-minute overview of what Pivot can do for you.
Now, get started by creating a Pivot account. Watch the 66 second video to learn how.
Next, claim your Pivot profile. Watch a short video (just 2 minutes) to show you how.
If you're ready, then sign up for a Pivot webinar to learn more about funding searches, automatic notifications, and more.
Learn more at the Pivot home page, here.