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New Franklin Website - Office of Academic Scholarship
November 11, 2020
The Office of Academic Scholarship (OAS) (formerly the Office of Research, Scholarship, and Writing) is pleased to announce that our website is now live. You can access the site using the following links:
The OAS was created last year to support the research endeavors of our faculty, staff, and students. The OAS team has been building the website since that time, developing content to guide researchers through the life of a research project. This is just the starting point. We will add resources and other material to the website as the office and our programs grow.
For those who have used the IRB webpage previously, the new IRB website will look quite different; there is more content and the pages are easier to navigate. Investigators and doctoral committees will find the ‘Application & Review Process’ section particularly useful for preparing and submitting an IRB application.
We encourage you to explore the new website and get in touch with questions or ideas: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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