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There are many resources available at Ohio State to support you and your research.
Take advantage of what is offered by your local graduate program and college. The following are open to all graduate students.
Support and physical space designed for graduate student researchers. Workshops, referrals, networking, and expert consultations.
Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum
Annual research forum co-sponsored by the Council of Graduate Students, the Graduate School, and the Office of Research. Students enrolled in any graduate degree program are invited to participate.
Access to materials, collections, services, and subject librarians with expertise in associated research techniques. 15 locations on the Columbus campus.
Office of Research
Animal Care and Use, Human Research Protections, Biohazrds, Research Compliance, Business and Industry Collaborations, Resources for Inventors & Entrepreneurs, Sponsored Programs
Copyright Resources Center
Provides education and guidance to graduate students, faculty, and staff regarding copyright law and identifying, using, and creating copyrighted content.
External funding, limited submission, federal, State of Ohio, internal funding
Graduate Student Code of Research and Scholarly Conduct
Guidelines for Academic Success
Tips and tools for academic success
General Research and University Policies
Principal investigator status appointments,research scientist appointments, additional research policies
Training for Researchers
Proposal development and submission, responsible research practices, financial stewardship, research compliance, commercialization, research administration tools, Cayese424, PI Portal, IRB forms, etc. Workshop, seminar, and online formats.
Ohio Union Activities Board
Programming and activities developed by the Graduate and Professional Student Committee and supported by student fees.