Grant Writing Support
- Calendar for Events and Workshops
- Fall 2013 New Faculty Orientation
- Resources for New Faculty Members
- Breakfast Club and Tea & Talk Programs
- Conducting and Publishing Research on Teaching and Learning
- Is My Document Accessible? [pdf]
- Are My Course Materials Accessible? [pdf]
- Accessible Syllabus Template [doc]
- Graduate Studies and Research
- Faculty Affairs
- Academic Technology
The Center for Faculty Development, the Office of Graduate Studies and Research and the SJSU Research Foundation collaborate to offer a variety of programs and resources designed to assist them in honing their research interests, in finding collaborators and in crafting proposals.
• Topic-Centered Working Groups
Throughout the year, small groups of faculty meet, over working lunches, to develop ideas for extramural funding for basic and applied research. For further information, please contact Dr. Jerry Flanzer, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research.
• Research Foundation Series
Throughout the year, the SJSU Research Foundation staff offers informational sessions on the key steps to developing a grant proposal (identifying prospective funders, developing a proposal narrative, developing a budget, responding to reviewers' comments, etc..) For further information, please contact Foundation staff .
• Grant Development Intensive
As part of the continuum of efforts to support the Teacher-Scholar at SJSU, we invite applications for this program. Each cycle, a small number of individuals or teams will be selected to be Grant Development Fellows. They will commit to two days' immersion into the discussion, design and development of a working draft of a specific grant application to be submitted for extramural funding. Throughout, campus-internal and –external experts will work closely with participants. Fellows will be expected to "give back" to the campus community by serving as resources to the broader campus community, by, for example, serving as an internal peer reviewer for grant proposals being developed by other SJSU faculty.
Application to participate in the Feb 7-8, 2013 Intensive (due 12/21/12)