Research Administrators: Sign up for the GRANT Certificate Program
Registration is now open for the 2022-2023 GRANT Certificate Program. The Gamecock Research Administrators Network Training (GRANT) Certificate Program prepares research administrators to work with faculty in their departments to manage the administrative functions related to grants and sponsored awards. GRANT guides research staff through the ins and outs of grant administration, from pre- to post-award functions, with instruction from administrators from the UofSC offices of Sponsored Awards Management, Grants and Funds Management and more. Register today to get on the list for the next GRANT class, starting this fall.
The Humanities Collaborative to offer technical support for some digital projects in the humanities and social sciences
The Humanities Collaborative at UofSC will sponsor a working group committed to the digital humanities that could provide technical support for your project in the coming academic year. The working group aims to support humanists, librarians and graduate students with curiosity, interests, plans or projects related to computational work in the social sciences and humanities. If you have a digital humanities project or even an idea that needs technical support during the next academic year, please complete this brief survey to let the the Humanities Collaborative know. The working group is co-organized by Kate Boyd (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jeanne Britton (email@example.com).
May 2022 grant awards report now available
The Office of the Vice President for Research is pleased to share the May 2022 monthly awards report listing new grant awards received by faculty throughout the University of South Carolina System. Get the report.
16 June 2022