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Kay Family Foundation Data Analytics Grant Program

April 19, 2018 by | Office of Research

The Office of Research would like to announce the third round of the Kay Family Foundation Data Analytics Grant Program awarded from a $2.5M commitment generously made by the Kay Family Foundation for advancing Chapman University’s activities in the area of Data Analytics/Sciences. In this round, approximately $400,000 has been allocated for individual grants ranging

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Cayuse SP/424 Training

April 19, 2018 by | Office of Research

The Office of Research and Sponsored Projects Services is pleased to announce that starting June 1, 2018, all external grant proposals will be submitted and routed using our new electronic proposal submission system – Cayuse SP/424. This is part of a multi-year project integrating all research administration into Cayuse for increased transparency and efficiency. To

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Interdisciplinary First Lunch Initiative

March 29, 2018 by | Faculty & Students

The Office of the Provost would like to take you and a small group of potential interdisciplinary collaborators to lunch.  The “First Lunch” initiative is an idea that has emerged following the survey results gathered in 2016 on faculty research needs.  The general idea is to provide some external support for faculty getting together to

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Update on Federal Funding Available for Research and Development (FY 2018)

March 27, 2018 by | Office of Research

Provided below, is an update on the recent budget that Congress approved and President Trump signed on March 23, 2018, which provided $1.3 trillion in spending and substantially increased research and development (R&D) funding. The FY2018 R&D spending will reach $176.8 billion, which is an increase of 12.8% ($20.1 billion) over FY2017 R&D spending. This

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SAVE THE DATE – NSF Spring Grants Conference

February 20, 2018 by | Office of Research

The Spring 2018 National Science Foundation (NSF) Grants Conference will take place on June 4-5, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. The two-day event will be held in the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. Registration will open on Thursday, March 15th at 12:00 PM EST. The conference will reach capacity very quickly, so you are encouraged to register as soon as it opens. NSF will send an email reminder to their listserv

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NSF CISE CAREER Workshop 2018

February 20, 2018 by | Office of Research

“We welcome you to the 2018 NSF CISE CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop, to be held at the NSF headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia on Monday, April 9, 2018. This event will introduce junior faculty to the NSF CAREER program, and help them prepare their CAREER proposal. ” To learn more about this workshop visit their website here.

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Sponsored Project Activities on the Rise at Chapman

January 25, 2018 by | Office of Research

The first eight (8) months of FY 2018 (June 2017 – January 2018) have been very productive for Chapman faculty in obtaining sponsored projects from outside funding. To date, there has been $6.1 million from federal, local and state, foundations, and private businesses awarded to Chapman for various research and sponsored activities. The largest federal

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New Director of Sponsored Projects Services – Jill Borland

January 11, 2018 by | Office of Research

It is with great pleasure to announce Jill Borland has accepted the position of Director of Sponsored Project Services, effective January 29th. As Director of Sponsored Project Services, Jill will oversee pre-award activities, as well as post-award activities in coordination with Financial Services. Jill has nearly 20 years of research administration and grant related experience

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Electronic Research System (Cayuse)

December 14, 2017 by | Uncategorized

This is part of an extensive effort to bring all research systems (IRB, IACUC, COI, Sponsored Projects) into an integrated system (Cayuse). In October 2017, The Cayuse IRB was launched and now all protocols are being submitted through this system. Various group and one-on-one training have been conducted to ensure faculty and students understand the