Last modified: Wednesday, February 16, 2005
"Research at Indiana University" Web site unveiled
With help from its faculty and staff, Indiana University has extensively retooled and refurbished its research Web site, at http://research.indiana.edu.
"Research at Indiana University" is designed to make it easier for IU faculty and staff to find information about grant opportunities, compliance procedures and research policies. But the site is also a celebration of research and creative activity on IU's eight campuses and can therefore be used as a public relations and recruitment tool.
This month the site features IUB biologists Roger Hangarter, Roger Innes and Loren Rieseberg, who are engaged in projects that may answer crucial questions posed by government, agriculture and environmental advocates about genetically modified crops. Site visitors also will find information about ArtsWeek 2005 events and a new $5 million internal funding opportunity for the arts and humanities. New features will appear at the beginning of each month.
The site combines information from the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) and Research Gateway Web sites. It will also provide information about IU's many research centers, institutes and museums, events, scholarly publications, and Web tools for finding IU faculty and staff experts.
For more information, please contact Sherry Fisher, OVPR, at 812-856-0504 or email@example.com.