Links Relevant to New Graduate Assistants
- Graduate Student Organization at UH Manoa: http://gso.hawaii.edu/
Links Relevant to New Faculty
- University of Hawaii Professional Assembly— The UH faculty union: https://www.uhpa.org/
- UH Office of Research Services— Where to go for information on submitting research proposals, indirect cost rates, grant writing resources, and other UH research-related information and policies: http://www.hawaii.edu/ors/
- Institutional Review Board— The Committee on Human Studies, through which UH research involving human subjects needs to pass, includes information, guidelines, and forms: http://www.hawaii.edu/irb/
Useful Links to Information on Disability Legislation and Resources (Good Places to Start)
Hawaii resources and information
- Our Web site at the Center for Disability Studies has a lot of information about the wide variety of current projects and resources: http://www.cds.hawaii.edu/
- The Hawaii Disability Rights Center has useful federal and local links to websites about laws, advocacy, and resources regarding disability issues: http://www.hawaiidisabilityrights.org/General_Links.aspx
National resources and information: Disability Laws
- The National Council on Disability has a concise summary of important disability laws: http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/disabilityrights.html. Also see their main website for further resources and disability-related news (http://www.ncd.gov/).
- The Americans with Disabilities Act: ADA.gov has several helpful resources for understanding and complying with the ADA. http://www.ada.gov
- The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: Idea Practices has several helpful resources on the law, news, and projects working to support compliance. http://www.ideapractices.org/about-us/
- Grants.gov is a Web site that allows you to search for funding opportunities in all grant making federal agencies. It also includes resources related to grant writing. http://www.grants.gov/
There are new useful sites added to the Internet all the time. These sites will give you a good starting point, but please also use Internet search engines such as Google.com or MSN.com to find the latest information and resources.