FIU Research News

How Iran selects its supreme leader − a political scientist and Iran expert explains

Eric Lob, associate professor of politics and international relations at FIU writes in The Conversation. [...]

Research Snapshot: Growing 3D bone in the lab

FIU biomedical engineering researchers created a 3D printable device that can store bone samples for long periods of time. Find out why that matters. [...]

Iran crash: President Raisi’s death leaves Tehran mourning loss of regime loyalist

Eric Lob, associate professor of politics and international relations at FIU writes in The Conversation. [...]

Under the influence and under arrest − what happens if you’re drunk in the interrogation room?

Jacqueline R. Evans, associate professor of psychology at FIU writes in The Conversation. [...]

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How Iran selects its supreme leader − a political scientist and Iran expert explains

Eric Lob, associate professor of politics and international relations at FIU writes in The Conversation. [...]

Research Snapshot: Growing 3D bone in the lab

FIU biomedical engineering researchers created a 3D printable device that can store bone samples for long periods of time. Find out why that matters. [...]

Iran crash: President Raisi’s death leaves Tehran mourning loss of regime loyalist

Eric Lob, associate professor of politics and international relations at FIU writes in The Conversation. [...]

Under the influence and under arrest − what happens if you’re drunk in the interrogation room?

Jacqueline R. Evans, associate professor of psychology at FIU writes in The Conversation. [...]

Announcements


  • The latest iteration of the NSF’s Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) will go into effect for proposals submitted or due on or after May 20th, 2024. The NSF has put together a detailed list of changes that will impact proposals and awards under NSF 24-1… (April 10, 2024…read more)


  • As previously communicated to the University Research Community, effective January 30, 2023, the National Science Foundation (NSF) required institutions to certify at the time of proposal submission that a project specific plan was in place for each NSF project engaging in any off-campus or off-site research activities to address safe and inclusive working environments. (March 25, 2024…read more)


  • The Office of Financial Planning has released the fringe benefit rates for the 2024-2025 fiscal year, therefore the fringe benefit rates used at proposal stage have been revised… (March 19, 2024…read more)


  • Salary Limitation for NIH Grants, Cooperative Agreements and Contracts…The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, restricts the amount of direct salary to Executive Level II of the Federal Executive pay scale. (February 7, 2024…read more)


  • ORED announces the launch of the PI Work Center Tile in PeopleSoft, which serves as a central focal point for PIs and Co-PIs to easily see critical information related to their proposal and award actions in a centralized location. (December 14, 2023…read more)

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Announcements

ORED has updated to the Electronic Proposal Routing Approval Form (ePRAF)…(April 14, 2020 read more)

The Office of Financial Planning has released the fringe benefit rates for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The revised rates become effective for all proposals being routed via ePRAF on or after April 6, 2020 and will be charged to all active awards as of July 1, 2020. (April 3, 2020… read more)

Guidance to FIU Research Community in the Transition to Remote Work Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020

During this period of remote work, we expect that ORED and the University Graduate School (UGS) will remain fully operational, with the ability to submit, receive and manage research grants. (March 15, 2020… read more)