Publication: Evidence of Incubation

Kenyon Professor, Robert Mauck and Lisa (Harn) Elliott, ’09, have co-published an article titled “Evidence of Incubation Trade‐offs in Leach’s Storm‐Petrel (Oceanodroma leucorhoa) : Ptilochronology as a Measure of Reproductive Investment in a Long‐lived Seabird”. Much of the work was part of Lisa’s senior honors thesis at Kenyon College, and she has since recently finishedContinue reading “Publication: Evidence of Incubation”

ACS Submission Process Changes

ACS announces changes to the proposal submission process for the new year. The first group using the new portal will be proposals for the Petroleum Research Fund (PRF) from noon February 15, 2021  to 5:00 pm EST March 12, 2021. You will be required to obtain an American Chemical Society (ACS) Network User ID toContinue reading “ACS Submission Process Changes”

NIH Update 1/1/2021

If you are a NIH Award recipient or plan to apply in the future please note the following change: Federal Financial Report (FFR) Required to be Submitted in the Payment Management System, Effective January 1, 2021 UPDATE: We are happy to report that Kenyon College will NOT require PI’s to access the Payment Management System.Continue reading “NIH Update 1/1/2021”

Publication: Bubbling Away

Kenyon Associate Professor of Economics, Galina An, has recently published an article on real estate forecasting, titled “Bubbling Away: Forecasting Real Estate Prices, Rents, and Bubbles in a Transition Economy.” It can be found in the October 2020 issue of Comparative Economic Studies. Abstract Real housing prices have both surged and swooned in formerly socialistContinue reading “Publication: Bubbling Away”

Welcome to the OSFP Blog!

As we embark upon a new adventure developing Kenyon College’s Office of Sponsored Faculty Projects (OSFP), our goal is to create more communication, collegiality, and celebration. While COVID has brought us many challenges this year, we hope to use this time to find better ways to assist our faculty and students with whatever projects theyContinue reading “Welcome to the OSFP Blog!”