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ORDE Blog

A University Research Community Resource


Naomi Nishi
Blog Moderator: Naomi Nishi

PURPOSE:

The ORDE Blog serves as a resource to faculty, offering strategies and tips on grant-writing, framing research, time management and more. Please feel free to use the Comments feature to share your ideas and ask questions of us and each other.

PROCESS:

A new blog entry is posted weekly and we encourage faculty to add the blog to their RSS feeds so they don't miss anything.

LINK:

http://orde-cu.blogspot.com

QUESTIONS?

The official ORDE blogger is our Assistant Director for Educational Outreach, Naomi Nishi. Contact Naomi with questions about how to access the Blog at naomi.nishi@ucdenver.edu.

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Rock Talk

Rock Talk is a blog associated with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and is moderated by Dr. Sally Rockey, NIH Deputy Director for Extramural Research. Dr. Rockey provides insights on NIH process and policies, success rates, specific programs such as those encouraging greater diversity in the scientific workforce and a variety of other topics. This blog is interactive, allowing you to comment and read comments from colleagues around the country.

NIGMS Feedback Loop Blog
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Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Blog

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Morgan on Science
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The Grants Factory Online
The Grants Factory Online blog is provided by Jacqueline Aldridge and Andrew Derrington, authors of the book The Research Funding Toolkit. Aldridge, a research administrator, and Derrington, a former faculty researcher, provide insights on developing successful grants. The book and this supplemental blog are based on a workshop series in England called "The Grants Factory".
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