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Research @ the Beach - Administrator Messages

Institutional Research and Assessment Plays an Important Role in Campus Research

Interview with Dr. Mahmoud AlBawaneh - May 2016

Mahmoud AlBawaneh, Director of Institutional Research and Assessment, talked with Research @ the Beach about how his office supports the research needs of the campus.


Research a Priority for College of Engineering

March 2016

Dr. Forouzan Golshani, Dean for the College of Engineering, was asked to give some insight into the role research plays within the College. He shares some of his thoughts on undergraduate student research, collaborations with industry and multidisciplinary research.


Building Strong Research Collaborations in the College of Education

an Interview with College of Education Dean, Marquita Grenot-Scheyer February 2016

Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities (RSCA) is central to the success of our students. Faculty in the College of Education are experienced teacher/scholars whose research agendas cover a wide variety of contemporary issues affecting PK-18 education.


Dean Solt on Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activities

Dean Dr. Michael Solt - Administrator Message - January 2016

College of Business Administration Dean Michael Solt talks about collaborative research projects and how faculty members are expanding the ways they conduct their research to work more closely with students.


Research in the Arts

Administrator Message - December 2015

Many people are surprised when they learn that research is an integral part of the artistic practices of our students and faculty.


Advisory Committee Connects Faculty to the Research Office

Administrator Message - November 2015

Members of the University Research Advisory Committee disseminate information from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to their colleagues and provide input on the overall research agenda of the University. Read more...

Evaluating HSI-STEM Grants’ Success in the CSU

Administrator Message - October 2015

CSULB is researching the impact that HSI-STEM grants within the CSU have had on student success. Results are expected to inform the national conversation on effective practices for increasing the number of Hispanics and Latinos in STEM fields.


The University Library's Role in Supporting Research

Administrator Message - September 2015

The University Library provides the means to support faculty and student research around the clock and every single day of the year.


Private Gifts Boost Impact of Public Support

Administrator's Message - Vice President Andrea Taylor - May 2015

Headshot of CSULB Vice President Andrea Taylor

Recognizing that CSULB must expand its public and private revenue streams if it is to maintain its distinctive blend of quality and affordability over the long term, last fall, the university launched the public phase its first major fundraising campaign, DECLARE: The Campaign for CSULB. This historic endeavor aims to raise $225 million in private gifts by the end of 2015, and we are very close to reaching that ambitious goal.


New Grant Development Specialist Supports Faculty

by Jacqueline Wilvers - Grant Development Specialist - April 2015

Joining the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs team at this time is a tremendous opportunity, especially as the department continues to reorganize in response to the valuable input from the campus community.


The Research Foundation: Supporting Faculty and Students

Administrator's Message - Vice President Mary Stephens - March 2015

Mary Stephens, Vice President Administration and Finance

Collaboration, partnership, coalition, symbiosis, alliance, are just a few terms that come to mind when describing the relationship between the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and the Research Foundation.


Sponsored Programs Role for First-Generation, Low-Income Students

Vice President - Dr. Carmen Taylor - February 2015

Dr. Carmen Taylor, Vice President for Student Services

Talking about the importance of research and sponsored programs is a bit personal for me, especially state- and federally-funded programs designed for first-generation and low-income students. Why? Because it was these types of programs that helped me find academic success early on in my higher education journey.


A Provost’s Perspective on Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities

Interim Provost and Senior Vice President - Dr. David Dowell - January 2015

Someone asked me the other day, “what keeps you motivated?” My reply came quickly because I have thought a lot about this: curiosity. I suspect that a large part of the motivation for faculty who go into academe is intense curiosity. Read more...

President Conoley: The Role of Research at CSULB

CSULB President - Dr. Jane Conoley - December 2014

CSULB President Conoley

From my perspective, the key roles a university plays in our society are to preserve the best knowledge from the past; generate/discover new knowledge (and create cool new things); and prepare the next generation to do the same. Our faculty's expertise in research is foundational to Cal State Long Beach's success as a great university. Read more...