In addition to TDAI's services and resources, there are myriad other entities, tools and services at Ohio State that support data science and analytics research, education and outreach. To suggest an addition to this page, email TDAI.
The Office of Knowledge Enterprise maintains a list of internal OSU funding opportunities here.
The OSU Graduate School’s Matching Tuition and Fee Award Program provides fee authorizations for graduate students who receive a competitive stipend from a funding agency that does not provide funds to cover tuition and fees.
Graduate programs seeking a Matching Tuition and Fee Award must secure the Graduate School's approval as early as possible when seeking outside funding for graduate student support.
Copyright Resources Center
Education and guidance on the application of copyright law.
Foundation Relations (Office of Advancement)
Assistance with engaging philanthropic foundations that fund research, education and community initiatives.
Outreach and Engagement, Office of
Assistance with implementing, building capacity for and publicizing community engagement efforts.
Research Compliance, Office of
Assistance with ensuring ethical, compliant practices.
Research Development Office (Office of Research)
Manages proposal selection and submissions for limited-submission funding opportunities, and provides win-strategy and proposal support for large-scale, interdisciplinary efforts.
Secure Research, Office of
Advises on securely performing and managing restricted research, including compliance with data export control regulations and national security-related regulations and obligations.
Technology Commercialization Office
Tools and resources for commercializing inventions.
Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design
Workshops, events and other support for research and experimentation in emerging arts technologies.
Center for Clinical and Translational Science
Financial, organizational and educational support for biomedical researchers, as well as opportunities for community members to participate in research.
CHRR (formerly the Center for Human Resource Research)
Conducts the country’s longest-running longitudinal study and assists researchers with survey and sample design and management, data collection and management, software, and securely encrypted VoIP telephony.
Genomics Shared Resource
A multifunctional core laboratory with instrumentation and expertise to facilitate cancer research, including training, consultation, troubleshooting and assistance in experimental design.
Ohio Supercomputer Center
Supercomputing services, computational science expertise, trainings, and user assistance including converting computer codes, developing batch scripting, compiling, and code development.
University Libraries Research Commons
Tools and training for planning, conducting, visualizing, publishing and increasing the impact of research; expert support in data management, geographic information systems, and digital humanities.
Simulation Innovation and Modeling Center
Support for computer-aided engineering in the transportation industry.
A grass-roots, interdisciplinary network of faculty, postdocs and staff that facilitates collaboration, innovation and dissemination.
Wexner Medical Center Research Data Repository
Wexner Medical Center researchers can perform self-service cohort discovery utilizing coded-limited data sourced from electronic health records to support hypothesis generation, feasibility analysis and study population enrollment reports. (Training required.)