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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.

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

Cayuse IRB November Training

October 23, 2017 by | Office of Research

Please plan to join us for our next Cayuse IRB training event. At the rodeo, researchers will learn to use the Cayuse IRB module to prepare and submit IRB applications, renewals and modifications. The rodeo will be held in BK306C at Main Campus on 11/1 and RK-94 203 at Rinker Campus on 11/6. Click to

Cayuse IRB is Live!

October 20, 2017 by | Office of Research

What is Cayuse and how will that make research easier? “The Cayuse team delivers and supports user-friendly solutions that simplify research administration so that the world’s brightest minds can focus on discovery, not paperwork. We are passionate about serving the research community through mindful product creation, dedicated service and a commitment to improving and enriching

State of Research and Creative Activity Recap

October 20, 2017 by | Office of Research

On October 2, 2017, Vice President for Research, Tom Piechota and colleagues presented highlights and recognition at the Inaugural State of Research and Creative Activity event in the George Bush Conference Center attended by over 150 people. This included the growth of research at Chapman, the impacts on the community and students, fiscal year statistics,

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