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October 2017
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New Faculty Institute | Research: Project Summary, Goals, Objectives/Aims & Significance (Main)

October 4 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
JPL 4.04.22 | John Peace Library,
1 UTSA Circle
San Antonio, United States
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The UTSA New Faculty Institute introduces recently hired faculty to the culture of research and instructional excellence. Participants attend six (6) workshops related to teaching (3) and research (3), and a closing lunch to celebrate their first year at UTSA. The Institute is open to all first-year, full-time faculty members at the University. Eligibility: New Tenure and Tenure-Track faculty, hired at the assistant professor level Non-tenure track faculty with multi-year contracts *** This session will focus on writing effective project…

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Tools and Techniques for Identifying and Pursuing DoD Research Funding Opportunities

October 10 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
JPL 4.04.22 | John Peace Library,
1 UTSA Circle
San Antonio, United States
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To receive funding from the Department of Defense (DoD) requires not only a good idea and sound qualifications, but also a methodology for identifying opportunities, shaping pursuits, and capturing funds.  In this workshop, Adam Fraser, VP of Research at Star Lab Corp., will discuss the strategies, approaches, and tools that can help you obtain research funding from the DoD and other government organizations. Topics will include a review of FedBizOpps.gov, approaches for engaging DoD and other government program managers, techniques…

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New Faculty Institute | Research: Background, Preliminary Data/Prior Work, and Budget (Downtown)

October 18 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
UTSA Downtown Campus,
501 W Cesar E. Chavez Blvd,
San Antonio, United States
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The UTSA New Faculty Institute introduces recently hired faculty to the culture of research and instructional excellence. Participants attend six (6) workshops related to teaching (3) and research (3), and a closing lunch to celebrate their first year at UTSA. The Institute is open to all first-year, full-time faculty members at the University. Eligibility: New Tenure and Tenure-Track faculty, hired at the assistant professor level Non-tenure track faculty with multi-year contracts *** This session will focus on describing the current…

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New Faculty Institute | Research: Background, Preliminary Data/Prior Work, and Budget (Main)

October 19 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
JPL 4.04.22 | John Peace Library,
1 UTSA Circle
San Antonio, United States
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The UTSA New Faculty Institute introduces recently hired faculty to the culture of research and instructional excellence. Participants attend six (6) workshops related to teaching (3) and research (3), and a closing lunch to celebrate their first year at UTSA. The Institute is open to all first-year, full-time faculty members at the University. Eligibility: New Tenure and Tenure-Track faculty, hired at the assistant professor level Non-tenure track faculty with multi-year contracts *** This session will focus on describing the current…

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$85

Big Data, Big Challenges Conference

October 24 @ 8:30 am - 4:40 pm
H-E-B University Center (HUC) 1.100B – Ballroom 2,
1 UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX United States
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The ​era ​of ​Big ​Data ​has ​brought ​with ​it ​both ​significant ​potential ​benefits ​as ​well ​as ​challenges. ​ ​There ​is ​an ​idea ​that ​perhaps ​the ​technical ​advances ​in ​our ​capability ​to ​capture, ​store ​and ​analyze ​very ​large ​quantities ​of ​data ​has ​temporarily ​outstripped ​our ​current ​ability ​to ​develop ​new ​and ​meaningful ​ways ​in ​which ​to ​analyze ​and ​interpret ​this ​exponentially ​growing ​data ​store. ​ ​One ​of ​the ​key ​strategies ​associated ​with ​meeting ​this ​challenge ​is ​sharing ​newly ​emerging ​issues, ​developing ​novel ​ways ​of ​looking ​at ​large, ​inter-related ​data ​sets ​and ​uncovering ​new ​applications ​and ​opportunities ​for ​this ​unexpected ​largesse ​of ​complex ​data ​sets. ​ ​ "Big Data, Big Challenges", ​sponsored ​by ​the ​University ​of ​Texas ​at ​San ​Antonio, ​is ​dedicated ​to ​sharing ​recent ​knowledge ​and ​experiences ​gained ​in ​the ​area ​of ​Big ​Data ​by ​researchers ​in ​academia, ​industry ​and ​the ​government ​sectors within the areas of business, national security, infrastructure, healthcare and visualization. Topic clusters will include, Topic 1:  Smart Cities of Tomorrow Topic 2:  National Security through Advanced Analytics Topic 3:  Leveraging Big Data for Industry Advantage Topic 4:  Visualizing Health and Bioinformatics Panel Discussion Topic:  Machine Learning for Critical Infrastructure Protection Keynote speaker and panel speakers to be announced shortly. ** Location:  H-E-B Ballroom, University Center, UTSA Main Campus Fees:  The conference fee is…

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