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Call for Creative Work/Research Proposal 2017

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DOST-PCAARRD Pantas and Tanglaw Awards

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USAID PEER Call for Applications

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2016 National Book Development Trust Fund

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The National Book Development Board (NBDB), an attached agency of the Department of Education, is mandated to help in the development of the book publishing industry in the country.

Each year, the NBDB awards grants to authors working on new or unfinished books in various categories especially in the fields of science and technology and those where authorship is few and non-existent. The grants are awarded under Republic Act 9521, or “The National Book Development Trust Fund Act,” enacted to support Filipino authorship and to assist authors in completing their manuscripts, in the hope that more books of excellent quality will be written.

This year, the categories are Supplementary Reading Materials written in the Mother Tongue for Grades One to Three, Supplementary Reading Materials for Senior High School students, and books on Intellectual Property Rights.

You may refer to the following attachments for the complete details of the program, and the forms to be accomplished/submitted:

a) Submission Guidelines;

b) Implementing Rules and Regulations of the NBDTF;

c) Application Form; and

d) NBDB Registration Form (to be accomplished by non-stakeholders).

The grantee may be awarded as much as the following per manuscript, based on the proposed budget of the applicant and as approved by the proper advisory committee:
1. Mother Tongue Category: Php 70,000.00-Php100,000.00;
2. Senior High School Category: Php100,000.00-Php150,000.00; and
3. Intellectual Property Rights Category:Php100,000.00-Php150, 000.00.

Deadline of Submissions:
1. Mother Tongue Category: October 30, 2016
(Applications mailed from outside Metro Manila will be accepted if postmarked October 30, 2016)
2. Senior High School Category: October 30, 2016
(Applications mailed from outside Metro Manila will be accepted if postmarked October 30, 2016)
3. Intellectual Property Rights Category: October 30, 2016
(Applications mailed from outside Metro Manila will be accepted if postmarked October 30, 2016)

Should you have related concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us through this email or call (02) 929-3887 local 804.

 

 

 

 

Discovery-Applied Research & Extension for Trans/Inter-Disciplinary Opportunities (DARE TO) call for Proposals

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In service of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) across the Philippines in a time of the K to 12 Transition Period, the Commission on Higher Education seeks to jumpstart a wave of research innovations and advances with the “Discovery-Applied Research & Extension for Trans/Inter-Disciplinary Opportunities,” also known as “DARE TO”.

The DARE TO grant is a fifteen million (PhP 15,000,000) grant-in-aid to allow HEIs to do research and extension work across a variety of different disciplines, while building partnerships with other schools and other organizations.

More than just “research-for-its-sake,” the goal of the grant is to launch fifty (50) of the best, brightest, boldest ideas that can reshape the Philippines, in this once-in-a-generation time in Philippine higher education. These ideas must lead to high-impact research publications, patents, innovative products and services, that will impact on our nation’s productivity and prosperity.

We believe this grant to be a means to build stronger partnerships between the academe, industry, civil society, and the public sector. Therefore, we invite all HEIs to submit their proposals and band together with other HEIs. We hope to see the brightest minds in higher education seize the opportunity. We are confident that together, we can make great strides and shape our nation’s future.

Deadline for all submissions is on 21 October 2016. Click the link below to learn more.

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Click here for Memo from the Chair.

Click here for CHED Memorandum Order.

Click here for Application Form.

 

DOST-PCIEERD 2017 Call for Proposals

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USAID/Philippines STRIDE Innovation for Development Grants for Science and Technology

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Dear STRIDE Stakeholder and Partner:

The Science, Technology, Research, and Innovation for Development (STRIDE) is the flagship science and technology program by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Philippines that will spur inclusive economic growth by boosting science and technology research.

USAID/Philippines has launched the new STRIDE Innovation for Development (SID) Grants for Science and Technology and is now accepting applications from Philippine academic institutions collaborating with civil society groups such as non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations, people’s organizations, cooperatives, and others for up to 12 months of joint research.

Please pass this on to your family, friends, and colleagues who might be interested in the grants.

For more information about the new grants and to submit your application, please visit our website at http://stride.org.ph/opportuni ties/grants.

We will only accept applications made through our online application system.

Sincerely,

STRIDE Program

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Public Access to Thesis and Dissertations

Memorandum No. FRN 15-038

Permission Marking on Title Page

All theses and dissertations will be classified as only one of the following:

  1. I: has patentable or registrable invention or creation
  2. P: author wishes to publish the work personally
  3. C: confidential information of a third-party is embedded
  4. F: a regular work, i.e., it has no patentable invention or creation, the author does not wish for personal publication, there is no confidential information.

The Title Page of a thesis or dissertation will include the above classification. Please refer to this example.

Policy on Public Access

  1. All theses and dissertations classified as I, P, or C are automatically closed to the general public for one (1) year. Access to theses and dissertations classified as such shall be withheld from the general public by the respective college/unit library. The restricted thesis or dissertation shall be removed from the common areas.
  2. Before the lapse of the one-year period, the author or the adviser may request extension of his/her right to withhold public access to the thesis/dissertation for a period of one (1) year, renewable every year, upon request. It shall be the responsibility of the author or the adviser to submit such requests to the College/Unit where the thesis/dissertation was submitted as a requirement.
  3. Immediately after the lapse of the one-year period in Section 1 above, or the one-year extension in Section 2 above, the Libraries may then allow public access to the theses and dissertations by making the theses and dissertations available in their viewing areas, and the University may then exercise its right under the royalty-free, non-exclusive license granted pursuant to the Revised 2011 IPR Policy of UP to publish theses and dissertations.
  4. For cases classified as “C”, the third-party will be asked to redact parts of the thesis/dissertation relating to their confidential information. Once the information has been redacted, the thesis/dissertation can be removed from observing the one year restriction on public access. It is the responsibility of the author and/or thesis adviser to ensure redaction of third-party confidential information.
  5. All other theses and dissertations (F) are accessible to the public, subject to the University Library’s Policy on Access and Duplication.

Policy on access during restricted period

A restricted thesis/dissertation may still be accessed provided that the following conditions are met:

  1. If the requesting party is a student, staff, researcher, or faculty of the University, a signed Conforme shall be submitted to the Library or College/Unit where access to the thesis/dissertation is being requested.
  2. If the requesting party is not any of the abovementioned persons, i.e. not connected to the University, the following documents shall be submitted to the Library or the College/Unit where access to the thesis/dissertation is being requested:
    • A Non-Disclosure Undertaking signed and notarized by the requesting party, provided that one of the witnesses shall be from the Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer Unit (IPTTU) of the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Research and Development (OVCRD); and
    • A written permission from the author or the adviser. If neither can be contacted or reached, a written permission from the IPTTU of the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Research and Development (OVCRD).

The Library or College/Unit where access is being requested shall receive the required documents and transmit a copy to the IPTTU of OVCRD.

Guidelines on Restricted Theses and Dissertations

The college/unit library shall create a compilation of all theses and dissertations abstracts classified as “I”. The college/unit library shall submit the compilation to the IPTTU of the OVCRD every end of semester.

University Permission Page

The University Permission Page, immediately following the Title page, shall contain the following statement:

“I hereby grant the University of the Philippines a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free license to reproduce, publish and publicly distribute copies of this thesis or dissertation in whatever form subject to the provisions of applicable laws, the provisions of the UP IPR policy and any contractual obligations, as well as more specific permission marking on the Title Page.”

“Specifically I grant the following rights to the University:

  1. To upload a copy of the work in the theses database of the college/school/institute/department and in any other databases available on the public internet
  2. To publish the work in the college/school/institute/department journal, both in print and electronic or digital format and online; and
  3. To give open access to above-mentioned work, thus allowing “fair use” of the work in accordance with the provision of the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines (Republic Act No. 8293), especially for teaching, scholarly and research purposes.”

 

USAID STRIDE Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology Call for Applications for Advanced Research Scholarships 2017-2018 (for research commencing in April 2017)

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