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Introducing the Faculty Research Experience and Expertise (FREE) Database

www.csulb.edu/FREE

Faculty Research Experience and Expertise (FREE) is a searchable electronic database that includes research experience and expertise of faculty at CSULB. The purpose of FREE is to foster research collaborations and partnerships among faculty at CSULB, colleagues at other educational institutions, industry partners, and government agencies.

The FREE database is a web-based information system that makes it easy for faculty, staff, students and the public to search or browse faculty research interests and expertise.

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and the Division of Information Technology jointly developed FREE. Among other things, the FREE database will highlight the wide array of our faculty research expertise, foster research collaborations, and increase the publicís accessibility to our in-house experts.

For further information about the FREE database, please contact the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at (562) 985-8147 or send an email to web.csulb.edu/divisions/aa/research/contact.

Looking for Funding to Support Your Program?

Look no further! ORSP provides faculty and staff with search tools to choose from on its webpages. The most popular tool is SPIN and SMARTS email alerts. They give you access to more than 40,000 up-to-date grant program announcements from more than 10,000 global sponsors. Get results that match your research criteria. Receive e-mail alerts on funding opportunities matching your selected search criteria. If you would like to sign up for SPIN, please contact Jacqueline.Wilvers@csulb.edu in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

CSULB Grant Development BeachBoard

The Grant Development BeachBoard is administered by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Our goal is to provide resources to help faculty and staff develop their grant proposals. The site gives access to:

  • Successfully funded proposal narratives, project summaries and abstracts
  • A multitude of proposal development resources and grant opportunity information

If you would like access to this resource, please contact Jacqueline.Wilvers@csulb.edu in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

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