Have you found it difficult to navigate Cornell's many sources of information about research and compliance? The Research Division is finishing a project to modernize its websites.
The new Cornell Research Services site launched recently, provides a central spot for information about doing research at Cornell. Based on faculty feedback, the site is organized around the stages of the research lifecycle, which aligns with similar sites at other large research institutions.
The new site consolidates the content previously available on websites for the Center for Animal Resources and Education (CARE), the Office of Research Integrity and Assurance (ORIA), the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), and Sponsored Financial Services (SFS). (Those four sites are being retired.) The new site also includes relevant content from Cornell Technology Licensing (CTL) and Environment, Health and Safety (EHS), but those two sites will remain separate.
Benefits of the Consolidated Website
- A single site address to remember.
- Central communication, which reduces duplication.
- Organized by research process stages to clarify information for faculty.
- Search results that can be filtered by office.
- Quick access to most important web pages, systems, and tools related to research at Cornell.
- Lists of all Rates, Policies, Contacts, Forms and more are handy at the bottom of each page.
- Filter search results by the associated Office or to show only a particular kind of content, for example, Rates or Forms.
- The Essential Tools links to systems and tools is always convenient at the top or bottom of every page.
- Quickly find any office helping to support or administer research at Cornell in the Research Offices list at the bottom of every page.
Questions? Want to Offer Feedback?
If you have questions or want to offer feedback, click the Feedback button (found at the bottom of each page) or contact RAIS (Research Administration Information Services) at email@example.com. We’re continuing to update the site and are interested in your ideas.