Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity
- Calendar for Events and Workshops
- Fall 2014 New Faculty Orientation
- Resources for New Faculty
- Accessible Course Materials
- Captioning Guidelines/Support
- Breakfast Club and Tea & Talk Programs
- Conducting and Publishing Research on Teaching and Learning
- Accessible Syllabus Template [doc]
- Graduate Studies and Research
- Faculty Affairs
- Academic Technology
The Center offers many programs and services, in partnerships with the Office of Graduate Studies and Research, the Research Foundation, the Tower Foundation and the Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Library to support faculty as the develop their RSCA agendas.
Other resources to support faculty research:
The Offices of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies and the SJSU Research Foundation oversee several internal grant competitions, offering faculty opportunities to apply for release time, travel funds and other resources.
The SJSU Research Foundation provides support to faculty as they seek to identify potential funders, as they develop proposals, and as they manage their grants, post-award. Research Foundation staff offer individual consultation and workshops on a wide variety of topics pertaining to research and scholarship.
Faculty are invited to explore the variety of programs and resources designed to assist them in honing their research interests, in finding collaborators and in crafting proposals.
Numerous formal working groups have been established at SJSU, bringing faculty from across the campus together with various community partners.
With so many plates spinning, it can be difficult for faculty to make time for their scholarly and creative agendae. Several times each year, the Center partners with the Office of Graduate Studies and Research and with the King Library to offer "oases" - time and space for faculty to come and write, uninterrupted. Upon request, we can provide consulting (about library searches, research design, data analysis, and similar topics) as well as a critical-friend review of your manuscripts.
The wealth of resources listed here will guide you to find venues for disseminating your insights and good work in teaching. The staff at the Center is also here to assist you.
Assistant Vice President for Faculty Development
Director, Center for Faculty Development
Professor, Child and Adolescent Development
Phone: (408) 924-3715