July 10, 2014
Texas Tech Receives APLU Innovation and Economic Prosperity Designation
The designation from the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities recognizes the university’s engagement in an array of economic development efforts. Read more »
EH&S Candidates Scheduled for Campus Visits
Four finalists for the newly created assistant vice president for the Department of Environmental Health and Safety position will visit Texas Tech this month. See schedule »
New Scholarship Catalyst Program Announced
The newly created Scholarship Catalyst Program provides funding for research in the arts and humanities and in the social sciences.
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New Table Helps Determine Who Should Take the CHP Assessment
Faculty, staff and students who work with chemicals and/or hazards in Texas Tech laboratories, studios, shops and other facilities should take the Chemical Hygiene Plan assessment. See more »
Texas Tech Postdoctoral Scholars Asked to Complete Survey
The Graduate School and Office of the Vice President for Research would like to work with TTU postdoctoral scholars to enhance career development opportunities at Texas Tech. If you identify yourself as a postdoctoral scholar, please take a moment to complete a short survey by July 15.
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Agreement Reached in UCLA Chemistry Professor Case
A UCLA chemistry professor reaches an agreement to defer prosecution in fatal laboratory fire.
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Research Collaboration: How to Avoid the Pitfalls
Collaboration has become an essential part of research but it is important for all researchers working together to hammer out some agreements before beginning. Read more »
No Excuses for Not Wearing Eye Protection In Lab
Eye protection can help prevent accidents that lead to serious injuries. OSHA standards for eye and face protection are available here »
Fracturing Impacts and Technologies Conference (FIT) Poster Deadline
Please encourage your students to submit an abstract to present their posters at the Fracturing Impacts and Technologies (FIT) Conference to be held on Sept. 4th, 2014 at the Overton Hotel. Cash prizes for top posters! Suggested topics include: hydraulic fracturing technologies, water resources, water treatment and reuse, economic impacts of hydraulic fracturing, investing opportunities, environmental impacts-air, environmental impacts-water, health risks, transportation impacts, scenic impacts, federal regulations, public policy, community engagement, social license, media impacts, or other topics related to oil and gas operations. Students should send their abstracts and bios to email@example.com by Aug. 1, 2014.
The goal of the conference is to foster an open inter-disciplinary dialogue on hydraulic fracturing operations.
SBIR and STTR Proposal Webinars
A series of free webinars are available to faculty and staff considering submitting an SBIR or STTR proposal. Read more »
Newly Created Scholarship Catalyst Program Deadlines
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program Deadline Approaching
The deadline for submitting a proposal for the Fulbright U.S. Scholars Program is Aug. 1, 2014.
If you plan to apply, and later if you receive the award, it is imperative that you notify the Office of Research Services. Notification will allow the OVPR and Provost's Office to plan for the incentives associated with these awards. For further information about the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, including eligibility is available here »
Please watch the Limited Submissions Web page for upcoming internal notice of intent deadlines.
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Scholarly Messenger is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Office of the Provost.