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University of Wisconsin–Madison

Research Core Revitalization Program (2)

At center, Martha Fischer, professor of piano in the Meat Witter School of Music at the University of Wisconsin–Madison works with graduate students Alexandra Flint (on piano) and Esther Delimiter (on viola) during her music-performance 742 class for doctoral-level private instruction in accompanying. The class took place in the Collins Recital Hall in the Hamel Music Center on April 5, 2022. Calhoun is the recipient of a 2022 Distinguished Teaching Award. (Photo by Althea Dotzour / UW–Madison)

At center, Martha Fischer, professor of piano in the Meat Witter School of Music. (Photo by Althea Dotzour / UW–Madison)

The Research Core Revitalization Program (RCRP) is the second round of an initiative to strengthen campus research core capacities by supporting the upgrade, replacement or duplication of heavily used shared research resources. Shared instruments, equipment and other resources play a critical role in the research enterprise and typically have a limited lifespan. Although essential and highly used, these critical resources may not be eligible or competitive for federal and other external grant programs targeting new capabilities and technologies. Researchers across campus depend on the shared resources managed by cores, and reinvestment in these capabilities ensures continuity and productivity of our research enterprise.

Here are the 12 projects chosen for funding in Round 2 of the RCRP (2022):