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Faculty Research Resources

Institutional Review Board Process

Research Development Coordinator Erica Miller explains the IRB process.

Research Networking Event

The annual Research Networking event is an opportunity for faculty to spend three minutes sharing their research interests and expertise. Faculty can attend the event to look for collaborators, or simply learn about research happening on campus. When held in person, there is a networking lunch after the presentations.

The event is typically held on Tuesday morning during BYU’s Annual University Conference Week (August).

2022 University Conference: August 22-26

Research Interests Database

Research Development maintains a database of faculty and their research interests. If you are looking for a collaborator with a particular skill set or research area, we can do a search and try to find a match for you.

McDonald Building Conference Room

Need a space to meet with your research team? Research Development has a large conference room in the McDonald building that you can reserve. Email to check availability and schedule.

Interdisciplinary Research Origination Awards

As the need for interdisciplinary research teams increase, BYU wants to help teams succeed. Thanks to the Simmons Research Endowment, Research Development manages five interdisciplinary seed grants. These awards give research teams the funding they need to get a project started and set up to be successful in applying for larger opportunities from external funders. More information about these awards can be found here.