Each proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation (NSF) must include a broader impacts (BI) plan and this BI plan must include a strategy for evaluating the broader impacts of the proposed research
In recognition of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, MSU IT is hosting a discussion with special guest Chief Information Security Officer Mike Corn, UC San Diego, and CISO Tom Siu, MSU, on cybersecurity trends in the research space. All Spartans who work or are interested in cybersecurity or academic research are welcome to attend. Attendees who RSVP by 5 p.m. Friday, October 14 will receive a boxed lunch.
This broader impacts session is essential to helping you learn about developing strong partnerships for Broader Impacts (BI) projects. Meet potential BI partners from MSU, hear success stories, and learn how to avoid pitfalls.
MSU faculty, specialists, and Extension educators are invited to participate in a convening on water research, education, and engagement. Participants will hear about recent success stories, provide feedback on goals and objectives for water, and engage with one another to identify focus areas for moving MSU water efforts forward.
Come to this hands-on workshop to learn more about NSF's BI criterion and major BI goals, the six essential elements of a BI plan, and key resources to help you develop a winning proposal. Participants will leave the workshop with a draft BI plan.
The Precision Health Program invites you to the Fourth Annual Michigan State University Precision Health Symposium. The theme of "Precision Pediatrics" will provide a unique insight into the leadership role Michigan State University plays in fighting childhood diseases in partnership with its hospital and industrial partners.
Researchers are more effective in achieving their intended societal impacts when they take the time to consciously construct their impact identities. "Impact Identity" is a concept that integrates one's identity as a researcher with societal needs, personal preferences and skills, and institutional context. Come to this hands-on workshop to develop your impact identity and vision for achieving desired societal impacts throughout your career.
Talks focused on MSU's wastewater research and health tracking will be held at WKAR Studios or via Zoom.
This event will be held on September 23, 2022 in WKAR Studios, CAS 145, from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.
The NIH Office of Science Policy (OSP) and the Office of Extramural Research (OER) invite you to join them for their second webinar focused on the new DMS policy which goes into effect on January 25, 2023.