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Study asks: How does the pandemic affect you?

Participants are sought for a research study investigating the relationship between an individual's demographics, beliefs and attitudes and how they interact with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Power analysis & sampling webinar scheduled

Faculty and students are invited to attend a virtual webinar on power analysis and sampling.

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First of workshop series focused on IRB applications

The Dallas and Denton Institutional Review Boards will present a workshop on the general processes for submitting an IRB application, 2-4 p.m., Friday, Oct. 2, via Zoom.

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What's new in research for 2020-2021

The new academic year brings changes to the travel assistance fund, a new publication fund, and an opportunity to apply for affiliate faculty status with the Woodcock Institute.

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Grant programs accepting applications

Application materials are available for the 2020-2021 Creative Arts and Humanities Grants Program and the Research Enhancement Program fall competition.

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Research Kickoff Week coming Sept. 21-25

The Center for Research Design & Analysis has announced its webinar lineup for Research Kickoff Week 2020.

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Pregnant volunteers sought for study

Pregnant volunteers are sought for a research study of the possible associations of common symptoms like fatigue in pregnancy with vitamin D deficiency and inflammatory markers in the blood.


'How to SPSS' webinar scheduled

The Center for Research Design & Analysis will present a “How to SPSS” webinar 1:30-3 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 25, via Zoom.

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Study examines effects of COVID-19

Participants ages 18 and older are sought for a research study examining the effects of COVID-19 on political ideology, conformity and disgust. The goal is to better understand the effects of living through the pandemic.

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Amuta receives Cancer/CHD Research Completion Award

Texas Woman’s School of Health Promotion and Kinesiology Assistant Professor Ann Amuta, PhD, MPH, received a $5,000 Cancer/CHD Research Completion Award from the UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center, funded by the National Institutes of Health.

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