Senior and Junior faculty research grants support and enhance faculty research, creative and scholarly activities resulting in the following specific outcomes: 1) publications; 2) peer-reviewed conference presentations; 3) performance/exhibits; 4) pilot project implementation; and 5) professional development.
Ideally, funded activities should lead to competitive, externally funded (donors, private/public grants, contract, etc.) projects.
Please send the final reports to:
The Faculty Development Center (FDC) is charged with promoting faculty development, vitality, and enrichment. The FDC is responsible for designing and implementing a comprehensive program of support for all instructional faculty across a broad spectrum of professional activities.
The Office of Extramural Funding Opportunities (OEFO) Proactively identifies, disseminates and follows up on extramural funding opportunities that target and address specific user needs e.g., institutional initiatives, faculty research interests, and student research and other scholarly support, with special emphasis on "new" funding sources. Additionally, the office plans and implements special events and conferences to strengthen the University’s research and other scholarly and creative endeavors; advocates for the University’s participation in the range of programs of which we are eligible e.g., HSI, AANAPISI, via working with the University's Government Relations staff, professional organizations and associations with a special emphasis on monitoring the University's MSI eligibility as well as plan a minimum of two strategic trips for University representatives to meet with key federal funding agency and/or association representatives.
OGC provides assistance to University faculty and staff in the preparation of grant & contracts proposals in the ethical performance of research. OGC assists faculty members, students and other personnel who are seeking external funding for projects in research, instruction, or community service. OGC also assists with obtaining federal and state grants, contracts and cooperative agreements as well as corporate contracts.
Established to increase external funding for Cal State Fullerton's Mission and Goals-related institutional initiatives and partnerships, ORD provides assistance, guidance and consultation to the campus community in developing high-quality, competitive proposals — from concept to proposal submission.
The ASC Office of Sponsored Programs provides post-award administration and support services for research grants and contracts awarded to the university. In general, individual faculty members, in conjunction with the Office Of Grants and Contracts and Office of Research Development (ORD), develop contracts and proposals for grants. Subsequently, the Office of Sponsored Programs administers grants and contracts awarded to the university in accordance with the terms and conditions outlined in the award.
The CSUF Philanthropic Foundation actively promotes, pursues and stewards private support for the advancement of the university. It is responsible for accepting, receipting, processing and account managing philanthropic gifts to Cal State Fullerton.