Articles from May 2020

Phase 1 of research ramp-up underway

Vice President for Research Marty Scholtz provided more details about the first phase of restarting research activities on campus, starting with a pilot project involving laboratories in the Carver College of Medicine. 

OVPR offers research ramp-up planning guidance

There is currently no campus-wide date for researchers and scholars who are working remotely to return to campus. You should continue working from home until central leadership determines the timeline for a gradual resumption of campus activities.

Limited clinical human subjects research may resume May 11

As some COVID-19 related restrictions are lifted across the state, the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Human Subjects Office are providing updated guidance related to human subjects-related research visits.

OVPR offers research ramp-up planning guidance

There is currently no campus-wide date for researchers and scholars who are working remotely to return to campus. You should continue working from home until central leadership determines the timeline for a gradual resumption of campus activities.