Please join me in welcoming two new Sponsored Projects Analysts that will work within Schmid College and Crean College to support faculty and provide pre and post-award grant management within those units. Nadia Hajjar, Sponsored Projects Analyst, Schmid College: Nadia has extensive experience with both pre and post-award grants management. In her previous position
The NEA Art Works and Challenge America are two distinct grant programs; however, Chapman may submit only one (1) application for either the Art Works or the Challenge America program each year. Due to these proposal limitations, Chapman may need to run a limited, internal competition to select which proposal will move forward for submission.
There has been recent press and activities around national security with higher education and research organizations. To ensure correspondence and guidance that has been shared by NIH and NSF please follow these guidelines. NIH NIH has voiced serious concern about threats to the integrity of U. S. biomedical research and announced they are working with other government agencies and
This year’s CHOC Research Week Scientific Poster Symposium will take place on November 14th from 9:00-11:30 AM in CHOC West 2nd Floor Conference Rooms A & B. Please submit your abstract for the CHOC Research Week Scientific Poster Symposium to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, October 26th, 5PM PT. *NEW THIS YEAR* Posters will be judged
The Orange Campus location for the Office of Research is now in Von Neumann Hall (545 West Palm Avenue). All contact numbers for Sponsored Projects Services and Research Integrity will remain the same. The main office phone number is extension 2805.
Year 3 (2018) awards have been granted as part of the Kay Family Foundation Data Analytics program. Similar to Year 1 and 2, faculty teams proposed ideas that were data intensive in nature, used model-based or data analytic approaches for developing new knowledge in an area and lead to new partnerships and/or external funding. It was a
I am excited to announce the 2nd Annual Securing the Future for Research and Creative Activity Workshop on August 16th (9:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.) in Argyros Forum 209ABC. This will be an opportunity both for new and existing faculty to receive updates, ask questions, and provide input on research support at Chapman. To see
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
Updates to the Common Rule for human subjects are scheduled to take effect January 19, 2018. Researchers can expect minor changes to Cayuse forms and informed consent templates when preparing protocol applications as well as updated review processes. A summary is provided below and Information about the changes is posted on the IRB website. The
In collaboration with Provost Glenn Pfeiffer and Faculty Fellow – Laura Glynn, I am excited to announce the new the Faculty Opportunity Fund program that provides competitive merit-based support for short term non-renewable projects as described below. These projects are intended to support Chapman University faculty in the development of new and innovative research, scholarship