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Spring 2023 Academic Research Workshops & Events

Spring 2023 Academic Research Workshops/Events
Date/Time Workshop/Activity Title Description, Certificate(s), Audience, & Coordinators Registration, Application, or Recording

TUE. FEB., 14

1:00 - 2:00 PM

Export Controls

The workshop provides a brief introduction to a 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 

Coming soon

THUR. FEB., 16 

1:00 - 2:00 PM 

Federal Agency Anti-Sexual Harassment Policies

This workshop provides a brief introduction to faculty of NIH, NSF, USDA, and DOE Anti-Sexual Harassment, bullying, intimidation, violence, threats of violence. 

By: M. Gillespie

Coming soon

MON. FEB., 20

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Research Collaboration with Students

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

By: Dr. C. Vickers, Dr. R. Keating, & Dr. J. Munoz

Research Collaboration Flyer


WED. MAR., 01

10:00 - 11:00 AM

Tips for Managing Your Award

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

By: D. Trujillo, J. Wessel, Y. Meyer, W. Wahba, & T. Hall

Coming soon

TUE. MAR., 07

12:00 - 1:00 PM

IRB Q & A     

Answering Your Questions in Human Subject Research 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: Dr. King-To Yeung 

Coming soon


6th Annual Academic Research Week 


Date, Time, Location Title Description, Certificate(s), Audience, Coordinator(s) Registration or Application

MON. APR., 10


Three Minute Thesis Competition

Three Minute Thesis is a research communication competition that showcases the outstanding research of CSUSB graduate students as they present their research in three minutes or less. 

For more information, please contact Megan Kinnally ( 

Coming soon 

TUE. APRL., 11 

4 - 6PM 

SMSU 106 - A & B

Recognition of Principal Investigators 

The Principal Investigator's Reception is held to honor faculty and Project Directors engaged in extramural grant activities. 

For more information, please contact Cynthia Carrasco-Cannon ( 

Coming soon

WED. APR., 12 


Keynote Speaker For more information, please contact the OSR (  Coming soon

WED. APR., 12


Faculty/Student Mixer

Join us to meet and mingle. This event is open to all CSUSB students and alumni!

For more information, please contact the ORS ( 

Coming soon

THU. APR., 13


12th annual "Meeting of the Minds" Student Research Symposium

At the "Meeting of the Minds" CSUSB graduate and undergraduate students have the opportunity to showcase their research and creative activities to the campus and the broader community. 

For more information, please contact the OSR ( 

Coming soon

FRI. APR., 14 


Recognition of Faculty Mentors and Student Researchers Luncheon 

The luncheon is held to honor the faculty who mentor students and acknowledge the students for their achievements in research and creative activities. 

For more information, please contact the OSR (

Coming soon


Fall 2022 Academic Research Workshops & Events

Fall 2022 Academic Research Workshops/Events

Date/Time    Workshop/Activity Title Description, Certificate(s), Audience, & Coordinators Registration, Application, or Recording

TUE. SEPT., 13

12:00 - 1:00 PM 

Non Traditional Collaborative Research Process

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

By:  Dr. R. Keating 

Non Traditional Collaborative Research Process Flyer

FRI. SEPT., 16

12:00 - 1:00 PM

BRESE Information Session 

This session will provide information about the Biomedical/Behavioral Research Enrichment (BRESE) Scholars program for 1st and 2nd year faculty. The program is a 2-year mentored proposal writing program and the session will cover eligibility and benefits of participating in the program.

By:  Dr. C. Crawford

BRESE Information Session Flyer


Passcode:  90!JR6A1


TUE. SEPT., 20

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Internal Funding Workshop 

This workshop is designed to introduce faculty to the variety of 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: Dr. C. Crawford & R. Keating 

Internal Funding Workshop Flyer


Passcode: w8yd8?&K

TUE. OCT., 04

10:00 - 11:00 AM

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: Dr. C. Vickers

Funding Opportunities Flyer


Passcode: #Sj9G+qx

WED. OCT., 12

10:00 - 11:00 AM 

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 using the system as well. Come learn how to get started!

By: P. Tagle & C. Lucas

Proposal Preparartion and Submission Flyer


Passcode: &26bwxyX

WED. OCT., 12

12:00 - 1:30 PM

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

IRB Essentials For Faculty Flyer 


Passcode: t%MZ55J1



WED. OCT., 19

3:00 - 4:00 PM

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 & C. Lucas

Budget Development Flyer


Passcode:  @A=JF9J0

MON. OCT., 24

5:30 - 7:00 PM

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: Dr. King-To Yeung 

IRB Application Flyer


Passcode: #6j2xH++

WED. NOV., 09

12:00 - 1:00 PM

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: Dr. C. Crawford

White Papers Flyer


Passcode: GD72HX*C