Research News Listserv

The Research News Listserv is a tool for distributing important research related information directly to interested faculty and staff of The University of Alabama in an efficient and timely manner.  The Listserv will be used only on a limited basis and for information with broad applicability to the University’s researchers and research support staff.  Examples of message topics for this group include major changes at common funding agencies (for example, NIH and NSF), announcements for internal limited submission competitions, training opportunities, and other internal and external announcements that are pertinent to those involved in research activities.

When possible, new tenure-track and tenured faculty are added to the distribution list each September. Any employee of the University may opt- in or opt -out of receiving emails at any time. We encourage all employees who are involved in the preparation of proposals and/or award management to join this email group.

To subscribe or unsubscribe to this listserv, click here.

If you have questions, please contact Sydney Palmer.

 

ORED Blog

The ORED blog serves as an additional information source on UA resources, new activities, and initiatives. Posts will also provide guidance on the various support provided by the offices within the ORED and how to efficiently access our services. In addition, blog posts will span a wide range of other topics that include, but are not limited to, updates on agency policy changes, overviews of university procedures, and helpful tips from ORED offices. The blog will also be a tool for sharing information about special events and programs such as Faculty Research Day and the Research Grants Committee (RGC) funding opportunities. Research Faculty and staff are encouraged to join the ORED Blog listserv. When possible, new tenure-track and tenured faculty are added to the distribution list each September.

To view past ORED Blog posts, click here.

To subscribe or unsubscribe to the ORED Blog, click here.

If you have questions, please contact Angie Shotts.