Institutional Account with Survey Monkey
Effective immediately, use of Marywood University's institutional account with Survey Monkey will no longer be allowed for research involving human subjects (only research requiring review by the Institutional Review Board or Exempt Review Committee). This is due to security issues and the protection of human subjects.
While you may still utilize Survey Monkey's service for research, you will need to subscribe to a secure, personal account. Subscriptions at various levels are available and may last as long as the researcher desires. The type of account allowed will depend upon the nature of the research.
New Funding Search Tool: SPIN
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs recently subscribed to SPIN. You may access the search functions anywhere on campus without an account but you will need to register for off-campus use. This service is available to students as well as faculty and staff.
SPIN offers both active searching and automated opportunity matching and daily opportunity notifications and contains over 40,000 opportunities from more than 10,000 global sponsors.
SPIN provides training videos that may be helpful to new users.
We hope that you find this tool useful and we are available to assist you with any questions that you might have.
CITI Offers New Learner Account Registration
Marywood University researchers and research personnel are required to complete basic and perhaps other additional research training courses. The required research training is available online through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). Check out CITI's New Learner Account Registration.
TecBridge Funds Four Marywood University Faculty
Congratulation to Deb Hokien, Ph.D. and Lisa Antoniacci, Ph.D., Science, Ahmed A. Gomaa, Ph. D., Business and Managerial Science, and Angela Hillman, Ph. D., Health and Physical Education on recent funding awarded from TecBridge. Formerly know as GVTA/NPTI, TecBridge supports programs designed to help grow technology and biotechnology within northeastern Pennsylvania.