Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity
The Center offers many programs and services, in partnerships with the Office of Research, the Office of Faculty Affairs, the Research Foundation, the Tower Foundation and the Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Library to support faculty as the develop their scholarly and creative efforts.
The Office of Research and the Center for Faculty Develompent oversee several internal grant competitions, offering faculty opportunities to apply for release time, travel funds and other resources.
The award was created by SJSU ERFA (Emeritus and Retired Faculty Association) to support scholarly research and creative activity that advance the careers of faculty applicants.
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.
The OpEd Project's goal is "to increase the range of voices and quality of ideas we hear in the world." SJSU's 2020 Public Voices Fellowship marks our first entry into this national initiative aimed at dramatically increasing the public impact of women and underrepresented thought leaders. In particular, the fellowship is geared towards those who have not yet learned how to translate their scholarship to public action, ensuring that their ideas help to shape the important conversations of our age.