The Research Data Stewardship Initiative (RDSI) supports U-M researchers in managing and sharing their research data to improve the transparency, rigor and impact of academic research.
Strengthens University of Michigan’s preeminence in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, and enables their transformative use in a wide range of research disciplines to achieve lasting societal impact.
Fosters collaboration among researchers in disciplines ranging from the social sciences and the arts to engineering and public health so that, together, they can formulate and answer critical questions about firearm injury prevention.
Bold Challenges is a new initiative, led by the Office of the Vice President for Research, that integrates social and technical sciences from across the University of Michigan to address societal challenges that intersect equity, health, infrastructure and sustainability.
Section 117 of the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965 requires that institutions of higher education participating in Title IX student assistance programs must report gifts or contracts from a foreign source that, alone or combined, have a value of $250,000 or more for a calendar year. The following FAQs have been developed to help […]
Grantees of the RCI funding program are required to undertake Research Development (RD) activities and utilize RD services toward finding external funding opportunities, generating, refining or developing ideas, creating strategic plans and/or strengthening teams, projects or proposals.
The Cores Assessment Committee completed a needs assessment report with the goal of ultimately providing stronger support services for researchers and cores across U-M.