Internal funding opportunities for Norwich faculty include endowed programs such as the Faculty Development Program under the oversight of the Faculty Senate, the Chase Scholarship Initiative Program under the oversight of the SVPAA and Dean of the Faculty, and the Recovered Indirect Cost Program supported from external grants and managed by the AVPR.
- Faculty Development Program
- Chase Scholarship Initiative Program
- Recovered Indirect Cost (RIC) Program
The Office of Academic Research provides support for faculty seeking external funding for research in the form of a full time Director of Sponsored Programs who offers both pre- and post-award support. Faculty are encouraged to develop their tailored Request for Proposals notification system by working with Mina Peshavaria (email@example.com) to get set up with access to the SPIN database that includes announcements from more than 10,000 global sponsors. Another useful resource is the Vermont Community Foundation”s Grantmaker Database.
Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR)
RCR training is available for all faculty and their students by using our institutional membership in the University of Miami’s CITI Program. The program can be accessed directly, and assistance is available through the Office of Academic Research.
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Norwich has recently transitioned it’s IRB policy to be an Administrative Memorandum titled Use of Human Subjects in Research Interim Policy. Completed proposals should be sent to Dr. Michael Andrew (firstname.lastname@example.org), Chair of IRB. Faculty and their students using the policy to prepare research proposals are encouraged to directly access the University of Miami’s CITI Program for IRB training. Assistance is available through the Office of Academic Research.