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Human Subjects Research Training

Human Subjects Research
2017 Annual Training
June 6, 1:30 - 3:00 pm
FL2-1001

Are you undertaking research that involves human subjects?  Do you need a refresher on the federal human subject research regulations?

Attend the annual training to learn about the federal regulations and how the institutional review board, known as the UCAR Human Subjects Committee (HSC), works at UCAR.

Presenter: Meg McClellan, Chief Legal Officer, UCAR

Workplace Culture Survey Proctored Session

We hope that everyone in our organization will participate and take the workplace culture survey. Since we are unable to translate the survey into every language, National Research Center (NRC) is going to hold a proctored session on Thursday, June 1 from 10am  to 11am in FL2 1003 for those who would like assistance with the questions. To help maintain anonymity there will only be a member of NRC staff present to help anyone who may wish to have additional assistance in understanding and reading through the culture survey.

ACOM Seminar - Andrew Gettelman

 

ACOM Seminar

The Impact of Volcanoes on Climate and Air Quality
Dr. Andrew Gettelman
ACOM/CGD
National Center for Atmospheric Research

Arctic summer air-mass transformation: Potential effects on the surface energy budget

Michael Tjernström
Department of Meteorology & Bolin Centre for Climate Research
Stockholm University, Sweden

Arctic climate is ultimately determined by a balance between meridional heat transport into the area, and radiation heat loss at the top of the atmosphere over the same area. Since the net radiation loss is due to small-scale processes parameterized in models, and the meridional heat flux is due to larger scale atmospheric dynamics resolved by the models, the two has usually been studied separately. In this seminar this concept will be called into question.

ASP Thompson Lecture - Do you feel me? Investigating multi-scale interactions in the evolution of tropical convection

Dr. Deanna Hence
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Small thunderstorms, squall lines, tropical cyclones; all of these systems, organized across a range of scales in both space and time, comprise the tropical convection that is the source of precipitation for the most highly populated regions of the world. While significant progress has been made in understanding tropical convective systems and their associated precipitation processes, the understanding and accurate prediction of their evolution remains elusive.

May 22, 11:00-12:00, FL2 1022

Human Subjects Training

Human Subjects Research
2017 Annual Training
June 6, 1:30 - 3:00 pm
FL2-1001

Are you undertaking research that involves human subjects?  Do you need a refresher on the federal human subject research regulations?

Attend the annual training to learn about the federal regulations and how the institutional review board, known as the UCAR Human Subjects Committee (HSC), works at UCAR.

For questions, please contact: Kelly Coleman, ext: 8870

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