- COS Scholar Universe (ProQuest): Provides authoritative information about more than one million scholars and their organizations around the world. Includes faculty at four-year universities in Australia, Canada, India, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Records include verified institutional affiliation, department, area of study, co-authors, publication and contact information, and links to related web sites (as available). Updated monthly.
- COS Papers Invited (ProQuest): Comprehensive database of calls for papers and posters issued by academic and professional conferences or publications across all subject disciplines. Assists scientists, corporate researchers, faculty, and students with tracking calls for papers from various professional organizations, universities, and academic journals. Useful for academic and research constituency who want to keep abreast of and contribute to the latest developments by attending conferences to present and publish papers. Includes a listing of student competitions (bachelor's level and above). Updated three times per month.
- NIH Grant Review Process Videos: CSR has produced a series of videos to give you an inside look at how scientists from across the country review NIH grant applications for scientific and technical merit.
- NIH Public Access to Research: New Requirements for 2013 (New)
- Research Plan
- Specific Aims
- Specific Aims Checklist
- Data Management Plan: Requirements
- Broader Impacts Review Criteria
- Intellectual Merit Review Criteria
- Handbook on Evaluation (Updated)
- Handbook on Mixed Method Evaluations
U.S. Department of Education:
- Excelencia College Completion Presentation - Presentation/discussion held by the U.S. Department of Education on Sept. 29, 2010, regarding college completion strategies for Latino students.
- The Statistical Consulting Laboratory (Department of Mathematical Sciences): The Statistical Consulting Laboratory (SCL) provides all formal aspects of statistical consulting including: design of experiments or surveys, data collection including questionnaire development, statistical analysis of data, interpretation of results, database design and management, and data entry. Clients include BBRC participants, university Faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, as well as researchers and clients in the local community.