The ‘Campus as a Living Lab’ Grant Program through the California State University System Chancellor’s Office, is a unique opportunity to partner faculty and facilities management staff in using the campus as a forum for the exploration of sustainability concepts and theories. The program aligns the California State University’s long-standing commitment to sustainability with the fundamental goal of preparing students for the workforce.
The University Diversity Office and the Office of Academic Affairs invite proposals for innovative programs and/or research initiatives that strengthen and promote diversity and inclusive excellence on our campus. Examples of possible projects include development of on-campus conferences and symposia, film and speaker series, and theatre and dance productions.
Faculty support grants promote creative activities, research and demonstration projects, encourage publication and other forms of scholarly dissemination, stimulate scholarship which may generate future funding from other sources, foster student participation in faculty mentored research projects, and help junior faculty meet qualifications for tenure and promotion.
CSUEB is committed to transforming undergraduate education in ways that improve its graduates’ readiness to thrive in a 21st Century global environment. To support the innovation and changes necessary to realize this commitment, Academic Affairs will award Programmatic Excellence & Innovation in Learning (PEIL) grants to winning proposals put forward by each of CSUEB’s four Colleges. PEIL grants enable faculty-led teams to design, implement, and study new approaches to teaching and learning.