Ask the Experts: COVID-19 Research Town Hall Online Event - Open to all

March 25, 2020 by | Office of Research

Chapman University’s Vice President for Research, Thomas Piechota, hosts an online Ask the Experts – COVID-19 Research Town Hall on Thursday, March 26, 2020 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m., featuring several Chapman faculty already working on COVID-19 related research and outreach. The entire Chapman community (staff, faculty, and students) and the broader community are welcome


COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Funding Research for Rapidly Responding to the Social, Economic, and Health Dimensions of the COVID-19 Pandemic

March 24, 2020 by | Office of Research

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to impact all parts of the U.S. and the world. Schools and businesses have closed or are conducting activities remotely and communities have had to implement strict quarantines. The impacts are being realized on the health of humans, social norms and the economy at all levels. The Office of Research


COVID-19 Research Continuity Updates

March 18, 2020 by | Office of Research

  Dear Campus Community, I want to provide guidance for researchers as a follow up to President Struppa’s announcement that Chapman will be fully remote for all non-essential personnel starting March 19th. Thank you for what you have done over the past weeks in this ever-changing environment, and for what has been asked of you


FAQs for COVID-19 Research Continuity updated 3/23/2020

March 13, 2020 by | Office of Research

RESEARCH WITH HUMAN SUBJECTS  What is the current status of human subjects research at Chapman? Given the directives from the Orange County Health Department, it has been determined that research activities involving in-person interactions with subjects are suspended until further notice. The only exceptions are if canceling or postponing the activities would either (A) increase the risk to the subject’s safety or well-being or (B)


New Procedures for Payments to Research Participants (Human Subjects)

March 11, 2020 by | Office of Research

The Office of Research in collaboration with Financial Services is pleased to announce an expansion of methods for payments to Research Participants (Human Subjects) that will facilitate the expanding research efforts at Chapman. A working group of representatives from the faculty, Financial Services and the Office of Research used best practices and to develop procedures


NSF Fall Grants Conference – 2020

March 3, 2020 by | Office of Research

Save the Date! Join us on May 18-19, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota for the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Grants Conference! The Spring 2020 NSF Grants Conference will be held at the Minneapolis Marriott City Center. These events are designed to give new faculty, researchers and administrators key insights into a wide range of current issues at NSF.


Please Join Us for a Faculty Research and Creative Activity Forum Presented by the Office of Research

February 19, 2020 by | Office of Research

Tom Piechota, Vice President for Research and Rennolds Ostrom, Faculty Fellow in the Office of Research, will be holding two open meetings to promote dialogue on various activities that support faculty in research and creative activity. Topics include, but not limited to: Important update on Payment to Research Participants (Human Subjects) Updates on grant development


Opportunity for Chapman Students to Attend the National Academy of Inventors Annual Meeting

January 21, 2020 by | Office of Research

National Academy of Inventors Annual Meeting in Phoenix (April 8-9): The Next Generation Inventors Session that focuses on student teams who want to present their ideas of innovation through patenting, licensing or commercialization. Innovations must be relevant to the annual meeting theme: Sustainable Futures: Propelling Innovative Futures. The deadline for submission is February 14, 2020 and


Call to identify interest in the National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation Program NSF 18-513

December 17, 2019 by | Faculty & Students

The National Science Foundation limits the number of proposals that an institution may submit to the Major Research Instrumentation program to a total of three (3) proposals: two (2) instrument acquisition proposals and one (1) instrument development proposal. Depending on the number of interested faculty, Chapman may need to run this as an internal competition

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