The Research Enhancement Unit offers Faculty Research Salons designed to connect and engage GW faculty from diverse disciplines in collaborative, intellectual, and scholarly exchanges around research-themed issues, questions and challenges. Additionally, you may contact a Sponsored Project Points of Contact to receive guidance and training when applying for research grant funding. The Office of the Vice President for Research also provides faculty with guidance and training to successfully apply for research grant funding, assists with identifying funding opportunities and review proposals for competitions that limit the number of institutional submissions, reviews the award documentation and negotiate terms and conditions as appropriate, and assists with developing the budget and other considerations of your proposal. (Note: Complete proposals must be submitted to OVPR for final review, approval, and submission to funding agency/grant.)
The Division of Information Technology provides data management support services to the GW community. DIT can review Data Management Plans and Data Use Agreements to ensure technological and security requirements are being met. They can also assist you with security and encryption needs for storing your own sensitive research data.
The Office of the Senior Vice President and General Counsel offers advice and assistance in legal matters regarding author's rights.
The Office of Animal Research provides training and education on completing and complying with the IACUC.
The Office of Human Research provides training and education on completing and complying with the IRB.
The Research Policies through the Office of Compliance and Privacy focus on topics related to the financial, administrative, and compliance requirements involved in the lifecycle of research.
To assist in disseminating your research findings, the Jacob Burns Law Library provides institutional repository services.
The Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library can assist you with identifying data and statistics, reviewing DMPs for the NIH, and disseminating your research publications through their institutional repository.