Consider applying for Helen LeBaron Hilton funds of up to $2500 per special project
The Helen LeBaron Hilton Fund supports a wide variety of projects that promote leadership, philosophy, and service. Human Sciences Extension and Outreach program specialists are encouraged to apply by October 15, as are students, faculty, and staff in food science and human nutrition; human development and family studies; or apparel, events, and hospitality management.
All aiming to expand human potential and improve people's lives, their expertise ranges from educational technology to safe food packaging to sustainable functional apparel to how genes are expressed and effect disease.
Learn how to get more exposure for your research through The Conversation
An information session for College of Human Sciences researchers and scholars will be held at 11 a.m.-12
30 p.m., August 30 in the LeBaron Conference Room, 1009 LeBaron Hall, on the The Conversation" team's approach and communications platform for communicating research-based knowledge to the public. Iowa State University has recently begun working with The Conversation, an independent news and commentary website that draws expertise from academics whose essays are edited by journalists. Recent Iowa State University essays have run in Smithsonian Magazine and Science Alert. Potential authors and who would consider publishing essays about their expertise for broad distribution are encouraged to attend. Register online.
Plan to attend NSF I-CORP information session, August 29
The vice president for research office invites College of Human Sciences faculty members to an information session on I-CORPS, at 1 p.m., August 29, in the Pioneer Room of the Memorial Union. I-CORP is an initiative designed to transition National Science Foundation-funded research from the laboratory into a marketplace product. Iowa State became an NSF I-Corps Site in the fall of 2017. Thirty Iowa State University teams will be selected each year through a competitive process to participate in I-CORPS and receive industry exposure, entrepreneurial training, advice, resources, networking opportunities, and infrastructure for exploring commercialization opportunities.
SoJung Lee receives funding for research with the Club Managers Association of America
SoJung Lee, an assistant professor in apparel, events, and hospitality management, is awarded $2,500 from The Club Foundation to continue research focused on understanding the role of club members’ perceived value and psychological ownership to build membership satisfaction and loyalty. Using the concept of psychological ownership toward the club, Lee will measure club members’ behaviors, which will assist clubs in better retaining and creating loyal members in the club industry. Lee is the first faculty member to receive two awards from The Club foundation after previously receiving an award in 2016 as well.
Eric Olson, Lena Jeong receive funding, Gabrielle Evans to receive scholarship for research on reducing food waste
Assistant professors Eric D. Olson and EunHa "Lena" Jeong in apparel, events, and hospitality management and student Gabrielle Evans received $15,000 from the Society for Hospitality and Foodservice Management Foundation for their research project titled, “Using Advertising Message Framing to Reduce Food Waste and Convention and Events.” As part of this research project, student Gabrielle Evans will receive a $7,500 scholarship. The research team will employ The Joan Bice Underwood Tearoom as a research setting as part of the research project.
The College of Human Sciences is seeking proposals from untenured faculty members for research seed grants of up to $10,000
Untenured faculty members in the College of Human Sciences are invited to submit proposals for seed grants designed to help them develop as researchers. Apply online.
One-hour Researcher Guidebook webinars presented by University-Industry Demonstration Partnership kick off February 7
The seven free one-hour webinars for researchers and contract negotiators are designed to give you a competitive edge and provide you with insight to better navigate expectations when industry and university researchers collaborate. The webinars are hosted by the Office of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer. Attend one or more sessions, but RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week in advance. Each session runs from noon to 1
15 p.m. at 1805 Collaboration Place in Ames, except on February 21, when it will be held in Room 6115 of Building 6 at the Research Park.
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