Sponsored Programs Office
The Sponsored Programs Office is dedicated to assisting faculty and staff with pre-award and early-stage post-award activities for externally funded research, scholarship and student success programs. SPO staff work closely with sponsoring agencies, Principal Investigators (PIs), and the University Corporation at Monterey Bay to provide professional and timely assistance and direction.
Sponsored Programs Office staff are also the administrative arm and operational support for the Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects (CPHS), Faculty Incentive Grants (FIG), and Faculty Support Grants (FSG).
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2019-20 System ARI (Agricultural Research Institute) Request for Proposals
Deadline: CSUMB's System Proposal deadline is Monday, 11/5/18 at 5 pm via InfoReady. We will then complete an internal review/approval via our CSUMB Kuali system by the final ARI system deadline of 11/14/18 at 5 pm.
Please visit the CSUMB System ARI RFP page for more information.
Dr. Victoria Derr
Connecting Cultural Knowledge and a Capacity to Aspire: Establishing a Model for Youth Participatory Research to Inform Greenspace Planning
Dr. Nathaniel Jue
School of Natural Sciences, Biology Program
The Genomics of Pesticide Remediating Microbes Relevant to Agricultural Crops Grown on California's Central Coast
Dr. Jennifer Lovell
Resilience and Civic Engagement Among Latinx Youth Impacted by Community Violence
Dr. Eric Martin
Validation of a Scrum Machine as a Total Body Strength Assessment Tool
Dr. Casey McPherson
Education & Leadership
Designing and Evaluation the Effectiveness of a Brief Social Emotional Intervention for Highly Mobile Youth
Find out more about the Faculty Incentive Grants here.
From a variety of disciplines:
- Social Work
- Health, Human Services & Public Policy
- School of Natural Sciences
The embrace project: Real-time monitoring of physiological arousal in psychology students during periods of low, moderate, and high academic stress
Health, Human Services & Public Policy
ll Are Not Equal: Integrating Social Equity into the Public Administration Classroom
Mentoring an RN-BSN Student in Palliative Care Research
School of Natural Sciences
Rockfish Seq in the Classroom: Sustaining a research-based capstone course on the applied use of next generation sequencing
Nurse Practice in Extremely High Caseload Districts