Research Data Stewardship Events

RDSI and Related Events

Research Data Stewardship Initative Seminar Series

February 3, 12 pm
 

The Research Data Stewardship Initiative (RDSI) Winter 2023 seminar series provides an opportunity for members of the research community to hear from faculty experts across a range of disciplines at U-M on research data sharing practices, the value of data stewardship, and best practices for how to structure research programs or scholarship with these issues in mind.

 

Data Sharing from the Data Reuser’s Point of View

Elizabeth Yakel, Ph.D.

Interim Dean, School of Information

C. Olivia Frost Collegiate Professor of Information

Data Stewardship in Multi-Center Clinical Trials: Examples from U-M SABER

Cathie Spino, Sc.D.

Research Professor of Biostatistics

Director of Statistical Analysis of Biomedical and Educational Research (SABER)

Research Data Stewardship Initative Seminar Series

March 3, 12 pm
 

The Research Data Stewardship Initiative (RDSI) Winter 2023 seminar series provides an opportunity for members of the research community to hear from faculty experts across a range of disciplines at U-M on research data sharing practices, the value of data stewardship, and best practices for how to structure research programs or scholarship with these issues in mind.

The Open Science Pipeline: Preregistration to Data Sharing
Pamela Davis-Kean, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
Research Professor at the Institute for Social Research
Associate Director of the Michigan Institute for Data Science

If You Want to Go Fast, Go Alone; If You Want to Go Far, Go Together: Examples from Engaging in Open Science
Patrick Schloss, Ph.D.
Frederick G Novy Collegiate Professor of Microbiome Research
Program Director of Microbiology and Immunology

Research Data Stewardship Initative Seminar Series

April 7, 12 pm
 

The Research Data Stewardship Initiative (RDSI) Winter 2023 seminar series provides an opportunity for members of the research community to hear from faculty experts across a range of disciplines at U-M on research data sharing practices, the value of data stewardship, and best practices for how to structure research programs or scholarship with these issues in mind.

Harnessing non-traditional museums data for ecological and evolutionary research
Hernán López-Fernández, Ph.D.
Associate Chair for Collections, EEB Museums
Associate Professor
Associate Curator of Fishes

Data Deposit Services at ICPSR
Amy Pienta, Ph.D
Research Professor, Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, Institute for Social Research

Past Event Recordings

Research Data Stewardship Initiative Informational Webinar - September 21

Research Data Stewardship Initiative Informational Webinar

Held via zoom, Wednesday, September 21st from 1 pm – 1:45 pm

Following an introduction from Vice President for Research Rebecca Cunningham, a moderated panel of RDSI working group members will discuss the initiative and provide background and context regarding the changing research data landscape and the value of data sharing. The panel will also provide resources related to research data management and sharing for the U-M research community.

Panel Members:

Nick Wigginton, Assistant Vice President for Research – Strategic Initiatives, Office of the Vice President for Research

Jake Carlson, Director of Deep Blue Repository and Research Data Services

Craig Reynolds, Assistant Vice President for Research – Sponsored Projects

Sara Samuel, Informationist, Taubman Health Sciences Library

Diane Lehman Wilson, Regulatory Manager, Medical School Regulatory Affairs

 

RDSI Seminar Series - October 7

RDSI Seminar Series: October 7

The Research Data Stewardship Initiative Fall 2022 seminar series provides an opportunity for members of the research community to hear from faculty experts across a range of disciplines at U-M on research data sharing practices, the value of data stewardship, and best practices for how to structure research programs or scholarship with these issues in mind.

How Open Science Opportunities Increase the Public Value of Research
Arthur Lupia, Ph.D.
Gerald R Ford Distinguished University Professor of Political Science; Research Professor, Institute for Social Research

Variation in Ability to Share and Access Genetic and Biomedical Research Data
Laura Scott, Ph.D.
Research Professor of Biostatistics, School of Public Health

Navigate Webinar - November 1

 

Navigate Webinar: November 1

New NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy

In this webinar, Sara Samuel, Informationist, Taubman Health Sciences Library, and Diane Wilson, Assistant Director at the Office of Regulatory Affairs, present an overview of the new NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy, which goes into effect on January 25, 2023. U-M resources for writing a data management and sharing plan are shared, along with some Frequently Asked Questions.

RDSI Seminar Series - November 4

The Research Data Stewardship Initiative Fall 2022 seminar series provides an opportunity for members of the research community to hear from faculty experts across a range of disciplines at U-M on research data sharing practices, the value of data stewardship, and best practices for how to structure research programs or scholarship with these issues in mind.

Friday, November 4,  12 – 1 pm

The Research Data Ecosystem: Supporting Reproducibility and Transparency over the Research Data Lifecycle
Margaret Levenstein, Ph.D.
Director, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR); Professor, School of Information; Research Professor, Institute for Social Research

Understanding the Value and Impact of Ethnographic Data Reuse in Community Context
Ricardo L. Punzalan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Information, School of Information

RDSI Seminar Series - December 2

The Research Data Stewardship Initiative Fall 2022 seminar series provides an opportunity for members of the research community to hear from faculty experts across a range of disciplines at U-M on research data sharing practices, the value of data stewardship, and best practices for how to structure research programs or scholarship with these issues in mind.

Friday, December 2,  12 – 1 pm

The Materials Commons: Establishing a Repository/Collaboration Platform for Highly Heterogenous Data on the Frontier of an Emerging Data Community
John Allison, Ph.D.
William F Hosford Collegiate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering; Director, UM Center for PRedictive Integrated Structural Materials Science (PRISMS)

Increasing the Demographic Diversity of Research Databanks
Kayte Spector-Bagdady, JD, MBioethics
Associate Director, Center for Bioethics & Social Sciences in Medicine; Assistant Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology