There are a number of training and development resources available to you both internally at UTSA and externally through other organizations. For further information about these resources or to request for an event to be posted, please contact us.

 

NEW! A Research Mentoring Guide for Early Career STEM Faculty at HBCUs (QEM Network Publication) 

 

INTRODUCTION TO GRANTS

COLLEGE WORKSHOPS & EVENTS

2015 Updates for NSF Proposals and UTSA Proposal Preparation Process 

Presented in May 2015 by Melanie Register and Andrew Roybal

Slides and presentation notes

OTHER CAMPUS WORKSHOPS & EVENTS

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training (FS223 and FS224)

 

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training is required of all students and research staff funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) or National Institutes of Health (NIH). All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to participate in the training as well. The RCR training includes two required components: online (CITI) training and a two-part classroom course (sessions I and II). 

 

 

  • Or, contact the Office of Research Integrity (ORI):

 

Radiation Safety Training (SA 433)

 

This session is required by the State of Texas for all personnel working with radioactive materials. Sessions are offered periodically throughout the year. View the course schedule for dates. Ad Hoc Sessions are also available. Contact the Lab Safety Manager to arrange classroom training at ext. 6697. 

 

Laser User Training (SA 465)

 

This is a web-based course and is required of all laser users before using a class 3b or 4 laser. Contact the Lab Safety Manager at ext. 6697 to arrange for training. 

Research Events (descriptions, schedule and registration links)

 

Each semester the Vice President for Research (VPR) unit offers workshops, forums, lectures, networking events, and more for UTSA and other researchers in the surrounding community. 

 
 
 

There are no upcoming events at this time. 

ARCHIVED WORKSHOP MATERIALS: 

NSF Guest Lecture - July 2016 

 

 

 

 

ARCHIVED MATERIALS: 

RESEARCH COMPLIANCE & LAB SAFETY TRAINING

 

 

Understanding grant terminology, the lifecycle of a sponsored project, and the sponsor(s) that you are submitting proposals to is critical in the development and success of proposal applications.The following resources are provided through Grants.gov, the federal government's one-stop-shop for grant proposal preparation and submission.