Research Users Group

About the Researcher Users Group (RUG)

"IT for Researchers" user group was formed in March 2009. The purpose of this group is to share information, resources and training focusing on a variety topics that address solutions related to research. There will be sessions geared for graduate students/researchers/faculty doing the research, and others for grant administrators/support staff. Register using the e-Serv (ESS) portal and selecting "Education -> Event Registration".

Upcoming Sessions

  • November 12 from 2-3 p.m., 1004 DRC (tentative) – Institutional Repository from McGoogan Library presented by Alissa Fial, Assistant Professor, Library of Medicine
  • October 27 from 2-3 p.m., 1004 DRC - Publishing and Impact a Sruvey of Scholarly Communications Issues presented by Heather Brown, Associate Professor, Library of Medicine
  • September 24th from 1:30 -3 p.m.– Grant Writing: Responding to Critiques presented by Melody Montgomery, Editorial Grants Specialist, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
  • Other upcoming topics – BioBank, SPA updates, Grants contracting, Redcap
  • Information Technology Services education link

If you have additional suggestions for topics, please contact one of the RUG Planning Committee Members.

How to Register for a RUG Session
Use the button below to register for RUG seminars through the campus eServ System (ESS).  Select Education and Event Registration to locate and register a class you'd like to attend.