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ASPIRE

  ASPIRE CSUSB logo

The National Institutes of Health awarded the $871,000 grant CSUSB ASPIRE logo (Advancing Sponsored Program Infrastructure for Research Excellence) to increase the diversity of faculty and students engaged in research and streamline CSUSB’s grant operations.


ASPIRE logo RESEARCH LINX 

We are pleased to announce Research Linx: Interdisciplinary Tenured to Pre-tenured Faculty Mentorship Program.

Sponsored by the Academic Research and the NIH grant CSUSB ASPIRE, the goal of this program is to support pre-tenured faculty on their research journey to tenure. In this program mentors will build cross-campus connections with pre-tenured faculty through conversations about research/creative activities, career advancement, the role of research in mentee’s RPT process, balancing research, teaching and life priorities, and academic life at CSUSB.

Visits Research Linx Website.


ASPIRE logo BRESE SCHOLARS 

BRESE (Biomedical/biobehavioral RESearch Enrichment) Scholars Program is a two-year mentored grantsmanship program for new faculty in biomedical and biobehavioral disciplines.

To learn more about the BRESE Scholars Program visit the Academic Research BRESE Scholars Program Website.

NIH CSUSB Grant

 


ASPIRE logo CERTIFICATE SERIES

The Academic Research Team is offering Certificate Series in the following categories:

            Series I:     Sponsored Research

            Series II:    Teacher Scholar

            Series III:    Mentoring Students in Research

            Series IV:   Research Compliance

            Series V:    Diversity and Inclusion in Research

ASPIRE logo CERTIFICATE WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

To earn a certificate in Sponsored Research (series I) the participants must complete at least four (4) workshops. To earn a certificate in Teacher Scholar (series II), Mentoring Students in Research (series III), Research Compliance (series IV) and Diversity and Inclusion in Research (series V), the participants must complete at least three (3) workshops in this category. To view the schedule and register for workshops visit the Academic Research Certificates and Workshops website.

Series I: Sponsored Research 

Workshops: 1. Internal Funding, 2. Proposal Preparation and Submission, 3. Budget Development, 4. White Papers, 5. Tips for Managing your Award.

SERIES I: SPONSORED RESEARCH

 Title

Description

 Date

 Time

Registration

Internal Funding Workshop

This workshop is designed to introduce faculty to the variety of the internal funding options available to support research, scholarly, and creative activities at CSUSB and help faculty design scaffolding approaches to coordinating research funding through on-campus sources.                     

By: C. Crawford and R. Keating

Sept. 20, 2022

12:00-1:00 PM

Registration

Proposal Preparation and Submission

In addition to covering how ORSP can assist you with your proposal preparation and submission, ORSP will also provide tips for using the SciENcv portal for exporting personnel documents in various agency formats. NSF is partnering with the NIH (and more recently, Department of Energy) to use SciENcv as an approved format for use in preparation of the biographical sketch and current & pending sections of a proposal. SciENcv will allow users to export NIH, NSF or DOE formatted personnel documents for inclusion with your proposal submission(s). Additional federal agencies may start using the system as well. Come learn how to get started!               

By: P. Tagle and C. Lucas

Oct. 12, 2022

10:00-11:00 AM

  Registration

Budget Development

ORSP will present tips on how to develop a realistic and compliant budget proposal for Federal grant applications. Come learn the fundamentals, including standard cost-categories to consider, the differences between allowable and unallowable costs, as well as our process for obtaining internal campus approvals.

By:  P. Tagle and C. Lucas

Oct. 19, 2022

3:00-4:00 PM

    Registration

White Papers: Communicating your Research Goals

This session will go over the benefits of writing a 1–2-page concept paper (i.e., white paper) about your research project.  The session will focus on using white papers to contact external funding agencies.                       

By: C. Crawford

Nov. 11, 2022

12:00-1:00 PM

   Registration

Tips for Managing

your Award

Managing your award is the final and longest phase of the Grant Lifecycle. 

By:  Y. Meyer, W. Wahba, J. Wessel, and D. Trujillo

Mar. 1, 2023

10:00-11:00 AM

   Registration

Series II: Teacher Scholar 

Workshops: 1. Productive Online Writing with Accountability (POWWA), 2. Balancing Teaching and Research, 3. Tips on Successful Publishing of Scholarly Work, 4. ZOOMBIE Writing Apocalypse Back. 

SERIES II: TEACHER-SCHOLAR

Title

Description

 Date 

 Time 

Registration

Productive Online Writing with Accountability (POWWA)

 

Designed specifically for CSU tenured/tenure-track and full-time faculty, POWWA will help you write in a safe and productive space with someone who has successfully supported faculty writing across all disciplines. Faculty working with her have drafted journal articles, book chapters, conference papers, grant proposals, novels, musical compositions, poetry collections, and more.

By:  T. Patchen, CSF 

Sept. 12, 2022 - Nov. 18, 2022

12:30 - 1:30 PM

Flyer

 

tpatchen@fullerton.edu

Balancing Teaching and Research 

Time management strategies for successful advancement of your research agenda and dedicated time for writing while teaching at a CSU.

By:  T. Patchen, CSF

Oct. 16, 2022

12:00 -  1:30 PM

  tpatchen@fullerton.edu

Tips on Successful Publishing of Scholarly Work

Strategic insights for manuscript development and journal article publication. 

By:  T. Patchen, CSF 

Oct. 24, 2022

12:00-1:30 PM

   tpatchen@fullerton.edu

ZOOMBIE Writing Apocalypse Back (from the dead?) 

Join the Zoombie Writing Apocalypse with renowned dead-paper communicator, Terri Patchen, Ph.D., on Friday, November 4th, 8:00 am-11:00 am. You won't need to snack on brains - just comb through them to extract the words you drop delectably on the page. Email tpatchen@fullerton.edu to bring your desiccated, rotting papers back to life. Three hours of brain picking. YUM!

By:  T. Patchen, CSF 

Nov. 4, 2022

8:00 - 11:00 AM

 tpatchen@fullerton.edu 

Series III: Mentoring Students in Research 

Workshops: 1. Non Traditional Collaborative Research Process, 2. Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students, 3. Research Collaboration with Students.

SERIES III: MENTORING STUDENTS IN RESEARCH 

Title

Description

 Date 

 Time 

Registration

Non Traditional Collaborative Research Process

 

Including student researchers in fields that don't traditionally have labs or collaborative approaches to the research process.

By:  R. Keating & TBD

Sept. 13, 2022

12:00-1:00 PM

 Registration

Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students

This workshop introduces  funding opportunities for graduate students, including the Graduate Equity Fellowship, Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive Program, and the California Pre-Doctoral Program.

By:  C. Vickers and R. Keating

Oct. 4, 2022

10:00- 11:00 AM

Registraion

Research Collaboration with Students 

This workshop will focus on developing research collaboration and formalizing agreements between authors/co-authors. Ethical aspects.

By:  C. Vickers, R. Keating, and J. Munoz

Feb. 20, 2023

10:00-11:00 AM

 Registration

Series IV: Research Compliance 

Workshops: 1. IRB Essentials for Faculty, 2. How to Submit an IRB Application for your Student Research Project, 3. Export Controls, 4. Federal Agency Anti-Sexual Harassment Policies, 5. IRB Q&A Answering Your Questions in Human Subject Protocols. 

SERIES IV: RESEARCH COMPLIANCE

Title

Description

 Date 

 Time 

Registration

IRB Essentials for Faculty: Keys to Designing Ethical Human Subject Research

For faculty members who plan to conduct research on human participants, this workshop will discuss key ethical concerns and major steps in an IRB application. CSUSB IRB reps will be there to answer your questions.

By:  King-To Yeung, Dr. Brian Heisterkamp & Michael Gillespie

Oct. 12, 2022

 

    12:00- 1:30 PM

 

   Registration

How to Submit an IRB Application for your Student Research Project For students

For students at any level who plan to conduct research on human participants, this workshop will go over the IRB application step-by-step. You will find that the IRB process is far from scary. IRB reps will be there to answer your questions. 

By:  King-To Yeung

Oct. 24, 2022

       5:30 - 7:00 PM 

   Registration

Export Controls

The workshop provides a brief introduction to faculty of the Export Control regulations for EAR (Export Administration Regulations) and ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) covering sharing or transferring technology to foreign persons, deemed exports, and sanctioned countries. 

By:  M. Gillespie 

Feb. 14, 2023

1:00 - 2:00 PM

   Registration

Federal Agency Anti-Sexual Harassment Policies

 

This workshop provides a brief introduction to faculty of NIH, NSF, USDA, and DOE Anti-Sexual Harassment Policies designed to ensure a safe and civil work environment that is free of harassment, bullying, intimidation, violence, threats of violence.

By:  M. Gillespie

Feb. 16, 2023

1:00- 2:00 PM

    Registration

IRB Q & A Answering Your Questions in Human Subject Protocols

This informal session will answer your IRB questions, including ethical research designs, recruitment of human participants, informed consent process, risk mitigation, privacy and confidentiality in data collection, etc. Representatives from CSUSB IRB will be there to answer your questions.

By: King-To Yeung

Mar, 07, 2023 12:00 - 1:00 PM Registration

Series V:  Diversity and Inclusion in Research

Workshops:  1. Holistic Review in Graduate Admissions, 2. Diversity and Inclusion in Mentoring Students in Research. 3. Cultural Awareness in Research, 4. Diversity in Team Science.

SERIES V: DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN RESEARCH 

Title

Description

 Date 

 Time 

Registration

Holistic Review

in Graduate

Admissions

Understanding the principles of 

holistic review in graduate admissions

By:  C. Vickers

Oct. 21, 2020

 

Oct. 22, 2020

10:00 - 10:45 AM

 

9:00 - 10:00 AM

  Completed

 

  Completed

Diversity and Inclusion

in Mentoring Students

in Research

How do we understand and adapt to a

variety of student needs?

By:  R. Keating and K. Young

Nov. 17, 2020

 

Nov. 23, 2020

10:00- 10:45 AM

 

10:00- 10:45 AM  

   Completed

 

   Completed

Managing Academic

Imposter Syndrome

Strategies for Supporting Colleagues and Students

by: Paz Oliverez

Nov. 5, 2020

Nov. 10, 2020

10:00- 11:00 AM

  2:00- 3:00 PM

   Completed

   Completed