Research @ A&T: March 2012

Highlights of developments in research at N.C. A&T during the month of March 2012:

The N.C. A&T grant of the month for February: Improving computational fluid dynamics 

  • One highlight of February's funding was a grant worth $115,258 from the National Institute of Aerospace to Dr. Nail Yamaleev of the Department of Mathematics. Includes the complete list of grants received in February.

NSF merit review criteria get "subtle" revisions 

  • The National Science Foundation has been directed by its governing board to revise its criteria for evaluating the "broader impacts" of proposals.

Researchers: New link to A&T data for proposals 

  • The new DORED website includes a prominent page containing N.C. A&T data frequently required in proposals, including congressional district, DUNS number, institutional code and more.   

Survey for biomedical, biobehavioral researchers 

  • Biomedical and biobehavioral researchers: DORED needs 60 seconds of your time to help us secure NIH funding to enhance our research administration infrastructure, particularly through the development of a biostatistical data analysis unit and a pilot research grant program.  

Workshop on Navy research contracts April 10 

  • DORED will host a half-day workshop on Performing Contractual Research with the Navy on Tuesday, April 10.

Research Week 2012 schedule announced 

  • The work of outstanding faculty members, undergraduate researchers and freshman innovators will be recognized during Research Week in April.

 The news on what's happening in research at A&T appears first in the Aggie Research blog.