Summer Student Research Assistantships
Academic Affairs, in collaboration with the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, is pleased to invite applications for the Student Research Assistant Program. This program is designed to encourage student participation in a broad range of scholarly and academic activities and is open to eligible undergraduates and graduates from all disciplines and academic areas of study. The assistantship provides financial support during the 2016 summer intersession months to undertake full-time research and scholarly activities in collaboration with a CSULB faculty (or principal investigator) research mentor. Research mentors are expected to meet regularly with their assistant and provide a blend of supervision that provides directed guidance with scope for initiative and independent thought. Here is the announcement for more details.
Applications and supporting materials must be received by Monday March 7th, 2016. Please send materials electronically to ORSP-Research@csulb.edu. Students must include the following in their application package:
The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs (ORSP) is supporting the internal research grant program to promote proposal submission for major external funding. We encourage multidisciplinary research collaborations and partnerships. Applications to develop full proposals on a fundable topic are eligible. Funds are to be used in AY 2016-17.
Please choose one of the following types of research proposals for funding:
In order to participate in this grant program, you must be a CSULB tenured or tenure-track faculty member.
Past award recipients must have submitted both a final report and a full length, external grant application through ORSP based upon the award in order to be eligible for funding.
All applications are due by Monday, February 29.
Please see the RFP for further information on how to apply, as well as the criteria that needs to be included in your application package: ORSP Internal Grants Request for Proposal.
The Division of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce the availability of funds to support Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activity (RSCA) for 2016-17. Internally administered support for RSCA is available in the form of
The Chancellor’s Office will provide system-level funding for mini-grants and summer stipends (MGSS). Faculty members receiving new faculty reassigned time are only eligible to apply for Small Faculty Grants.
All tenured, probationary, and full-time lecturers are eligible to compete for Reassigned Time and Small Faculty Grants. Support will be available in the form of:
Each academic college administers the award process. College award committees will review, evaluate, and rank proposals, and the Deans will make final decisions on Reassigned Time and Small Faculty Grant awards. Contact your college office regarding application information.
All members of Unit 3 (all lecturers, probationary faculty, tenured faculty, librarians, coaches, and counselors) are eligible to compete for mini-grants and summer stipends. Support will be available in the form of:
Each college review committee, the college dean, and the university MGSS committee will review and provide recommendations. MGSS Application.
All proposals are to be submitted to your college office by Monday, February 1st by 5 p.m. A faculty member is allowed to apply for only one of the four awards in a given year. Please see the Academic Senate Policy 11-08 §3.1 for details.