Teaching and Research Resources
The Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching offers a range of services and resources to help Northwestern faculty and students find answers to their questions about teaching and learning. It aims to promote teaching practice that is grounded in pedagogical scholarship.
Policies on Academic Integrity - Information on standards governing research and publication by Northwestern faculty.
Learning and Teaching Technology Resources - Northwestern University Information Technology (NUIT) supports faculty teaching and research efforts by offering key services and resources, such as technology-rich classrooms and computer labs, high performance research computing, new media technologies, interactive tools, and online course management to faculty to best advance the mission of the University.Technology Resources for Faculty and Staff
Northwestern Scholars is a searchable database of faculty expertise across all disciplines at Northwestern University.
Public Voices Fellowship - Faculty participate in a year-long program in partnership with The OpEd Project that aims to dramatically increase scholars’ visibility and influence as thought leaders. Applications for the 2012-13 program have now closed.
Office for Research - The office coordinates research at Northwestern and promotes interdisciplinary collaboration among distinct departments and schools.
Office of Research Development (ORD) - The office advances research by supporting initiatives and funding; promoting the submission of proposals; catalyzing large, multi-investigator, interdisciplinary programs; and guiding early career investigators.
Research Integrity and Research Subjects - Includes the Office for Research Integrity (ORI), the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Office, and the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Office.
InfoEd - Access Northwestern's enterprise system for proposal administration through the NUPortal.
University Research Grants Committee - Administered by The Graduate School, the committee reviews proposals from for support of research and creative arts projects.
Research Technology Resources – Northwestern University Information Technology (NUIT) provides research–enabling infrastructure where undergraduate, graduate, and faculty researchers can conduct scientific investigations, engage in global research initiatives , develop unique pedagogical programs, explore through advance visualizations, and solve demanding science, social sciences, and engineering problems.