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State of Research and Creative Activity November 13

October 2, 2018 by | Office of Research

The second annual State of Research and Creative Activity will be held on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 4:00 P.M. in The Merle E. and Marjorie J. Fish Interfaith Center. This year, President Daniele Struppa and Vice President for Research Tom Piechota will recognize selected faculty and students and the sponsors who support their research

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

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

IRB Common Rule Update

December 14, 2017 by | Uncategorized

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

Faculty Opportunity Fund "Supporting the Development of Knowledge and Creative Works”

November 17, 2017 by | Uncategorized

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

Chapman receives largest federal grant in school history

November 15, 2017 by | Office of Research

The National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging recently awarded a five-year $3.7 million grant to Hillard Kaplan, Ph.D., to pursue his research on Alzheimer’s disease. As part of a larger research project called The Tsimane Health and Life History Project, Dr. Kaplan has been studying a tribe in Bolivia that are of interest to the scientific

New research shows most women report more body dissatisfaction directly after seeing fashion and bikini models

November 15, 2017 by | Office of Research

Chapman University has published research measuring women’s perceptions of how media impacts their body image. Results showed that many women reported feeling worse about their bodies when shown media images of bikini or fashion models, compared to those shown images of paintings or products. In Study 1, the percentage of adult women who said the

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