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Weir's 2009 report on NFL brain injuries got more attention than neurological findings published in 2005

Edin and Shaefer's book a call to action for Americans to deal with poverty

Weir says pain may underlie rise in suicide and substance-related deaths among white middle-aged Americans


MCubed opens for new round of seed funding, November 4-18

PSC News, fall 2015 now available

Barbara Anderson appointed chair of Census Scientific Advisory Committee

John Knodel honored by Thailand's Chulalongkorn University

Next Brown Bag

Monday, Dec 7 at noon, 6050 ISR-Thompson
Daniel Eisenberg, "Healthy Minds Network: Mental Health among College-Age Populations"

Data Management Plans

All proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation must describe plans for data management and sharing of the products of research or assert the absence of the need for such plans.

This should not be a new requirement for most of you as NIH has had this condition since 2003.

There are some distinctions between the two policies. NIH has a funding threshold before the policy is required or a particular FOA may require it to be included. NSF requires this regardless of the requested amount. And, NIH and NSF are not the only funding agencies with requirements. Here is a compilation of funder data mandates.

Not sure if it applies to you? See Kerri Cross.

Resources for Data Management Plans

Need help? See Lisa Neidert for data management advice and verbiage and Kerri Cross for the implementation of the policy within your proposals.