The University of San Francisco: Office of Sponsored Projects
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Austin Gajewski collecting samples in Antarctica under the guidance of NSF-funded Professor/Researcher Deneb Karentz.
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Undergraduate researchers with Claire Castro/William Karney present posters on their work at regional and national conferences. Project funded by the National Science Foundation.
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Undergraduate researchers with Claire Castro/William Karney present posters on their work at regional and national conferences. Project funded by the National Science Foundation.
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Teacher Resident, Carrie Sanderson, at work in the classroom under the guidance of Prof. Peter Williamson. Projects funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education and AmeriCorps.
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USF students Carolyn Tu & Cendy Valle Osegura harvesting cells in centrifuge in the NIH-funded lab of Prof. Juliet Spencer.

Workshops and Events

Funding Opportunities in the Arts & Humanities

The Office of Contracts and Grants, in collaboration with College of Arts and Sciences Associate Dean Shirley McGuire, presented an informational session to Arts & Humanities faculty on funding opportunities for work in their fields. Programs from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) were covered in detail. You can view the slideshow here.

For more information regarding Arts & Humanities funding opportunities, please contact Laurie Treleven at x5368.

Crafting a Proposal Outline for Arts & Humanities 

The Office of Contracts and Grants, in collaboration with School of Education Professor Christine Yeh, presented this work session on addressing the critical components of a research proposal outline. Attendees were given detailed instructions on how to identify the components, draft initial ideas and receive feedback from their USF colleagues. Attendees left the work session with a basic understanding of how to write a competitive proposal outline. You can view the slideshow here

For information on scheduling a similar work session in your area, please contact Laurie Treleven at x5368. 

Introduction to InfoEd

InfoEd is an independent research administration tool featuring valuable resources, including a funding opportunity database and professional networking capabilities. This event explained how to create an InfoEd user profile, customize your external funding opportunity searches, and optimize global networking with colleagues. You can view the slideshow here.

For questions on how to register/use InfoEd or to schedule a tutorial, please contact Laurie Treleven at x5368. 

Proposal Submission Workshop

This workshop serves as an introductory or refresher course for those looking to learn about the proposal submission process at USF. The workshop covers proposal development, policies/procedures at USF, and available resources. The objective is to inform and educate faculty on proper submission procedures and provide them with the tools necessary for the successful submission of competitive proposals. You can view the slideshow here.

For questions on the proposal submission process or to schedule a workshop for your area, please contact Laurie Treleven at x5368.