Please join us for an open house in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. This is an opportunity to enjoy a snack while networking with other faculty and ORSP staff.
During this event, the Provost will present awards for outstanding faculty and announce the new emeritus faculty from noon-1:00. The faculty poster session and reception begins at 1:00 where faculty will be highlighting their research, scholarship and/or creative activities. Refreshments will be served.
Please remember that recipients of Faculty Support Grants (FSGs) are required to participate in the research symposium. Research posters will be printed at no cost. Registration for participating in the Faculty Research Symposium and instructions on getting you poster printed are available here: https://goo.gl/forms/mmTP5KaNfHfI1cFs2
The University Library is collecting information about publications from 2017-19 that will be recognized at the Faculty Research Symposium. Click the link to make sure your publications and creative works are recognized:
This event is an opportunity for students to share their research, scholarship and creative activities in a formal conference-style setting. Students representing Cal State East Bay at the statewide student research competition will give their presentations during an oral session in 9:00 a.m.-noon. The poster session will be held from noon-2:00 pm. All students involved in research and scholarship outside of the classroom are encouraged to participate!
Last year, over 100 students shared their research at this lively event. We ask faculty to encourage their students to present at the symposium this year. It would also mean a great deal to them if faculty and staff would attend the event to honor their student's work.
More information and registration for students is available on the Center for Student Research website at http://www.csueastbay.edu/csr/research-symposium/index.html
PIVOT is an online subscription database to search for grant opportunitie3s. Learn about PIVOT and other online systems to identify research funding opportunities. During the workshop, you will build a PIVOT faculty profile that will enable you to search for funding opportunities that are specific to your research interestes and set up alerts when new opportunities are released. Presenter: Chantal Ebarle, ORSP