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), for the Faculty Incentive Grants (FIG) and CSU Student Research Competition (SRC).
During the summer of 2015, SPO migrated from legacy systems to new ones. If you receive invitations from the following systems, they're safe to accept:
PlumX is a new PI profile management system. Learn more about it at: AIM.
Pivot is a new funding opportunity search engine. Learn more about it at: SEARCH.
Grant Forward is a new funding opportunity search engine. Learn more about it at: SEARCH.
Kuali Coeus is a new proposal development and tracking system. Learn more about it at: APPLY.
Proposal Deadline: October 12, 2015 before 5:00 p.m. pacific time
Award Notification: December 2015
RFPs with recently updated complete review criteria and eligibility requirements, submission information and forms are available at:
Faculty Travel Grant: http://www.calstate.edu/csuperb/grants/faculty-travel-program/
Student Travel Grant: http://www.calstate.edu/csuperb/grants/student-travel-program/
The CSUPERB Travel Grant programs support CSU faculty and student travel to biotechnology-related professional meetings and workshops or to collect biotechnology-related data at shared instrumentation facilities or specialized research sites. The fall round of grants will support travel between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016.
CSUPERB welcomes and encourages tenured or tenure-track CSU faculty & CSU Student applications from a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to life sciences, physical sciences, clinical sciences, math, computer science, agricultural science, engineering and business.
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