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On February 17th, Nicole Vouvalis began as the new director of Utah State University’s Institutional Review Board.

Boyang Wang, a computer science student who is researching the encryption and outsourcing of data and computations on the cloud—services and software that run on the Internet instead of a computer—said that security and privacy is a bigger need and concern now than ever.

Reagan Wytsalucy, on of the 25 students participating in Utah's annual Research on Capitol Hill, comments on the importance of sharing her research with with Utah's legislators.

As a research based institution Utah State excels at creating research opportunities for undergraduates regardless of their area of study. One such example is the Caine Undergraduate Research Quartet, a group of four string players dedicated to expanding musical appreciation and involvement.

A revised version of the PAPPG was issued on 11/20/2014, which incorporates OMB’s Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance), as well as other policy updates. On 01/26/2015, the following changes will be made to FastLane . . .

NIH: We will allow researchers an additional four months to make the transition to the new format. Until due dates of May 25, researchers are encouraged to use the new format but will be allowed to submit applications using either the old or the new biosketch format as described at NOT-OD-15-032. ...Click here for more

NIH’s standard due dates for the small business innovation research (SBIR) and small business technology transfer research (STTR) programs are changing.

David Brown earned his PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Colorado Denver. Before the path to a doctorate in math, David majored in both Math and Philosophy and was a competitive bodybuilder who earned several titles in his teens and early twenties.

When not flying through the air during trapeze lessons or sewing with electricity, Dr. Deborah A. Fields seeks to understand the power of connected learning by studying how students’ learning is enriched when school, home, friends, and playful online spaces are combined.