2022-23 Faculty RSCA Assigned Time Program Registrations, Applications, and Reports
The University Faculty Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Assigned Time (AT) Program has been a fruitful investment and an effective mechanism to support the RSCA efforts of our faculty members. Please note this year's timeline, process, and requirements for the new registrations, applications, and productivity reports. The process has changed from previous years in an effort to reduce the administrative requirements on faculty members.
New Registrations and Applications
(Awards starting in AY 2022-23)
Annual and Three-Year RSCA Productivity Reports
Faculty who had tenure when they started their RSCA AT program in AY 2019/2020 (Cycle 2) must submit a formal three-year report this year. All other probationary and tenured faculty currently participating in the RSCA AT program must submit an annual report.
Completed applications and reports (with the exception of RSCA Metric Data) should
be compiled into one PDF file and must be submitted electronically to your college
office (see email address below). RSCA Metric Data should be submitted in your college-specific
format following your college guidance.
Please use the keywords “RSCA Assigned Time Registration”, “RSCA Assigned Time Application”, “RSCA Assigned Time Annual Report”, or “RSCA Assigned Time Three-Year Report” in the subject line of the email.
|Health and Human Sciences|
|Humanities and the Arts|
|Professional and Global Education|
Please contact email@example.com or your College Associate Dean for Research (or equivalent position) for any questions
or further clarification. You may also refer to the RSCA Assigned Time Program FAQ.
* For information on how to obtain an ORCID iD and set permissions, see
orcid.org. If you need assistance, please contact Emily Chan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The funding for this award is provided as “substantial support” for your RSCA and that, under University Intellectual/Creative Property Policy (F98-3 [pdf]) (IP Policy), the University has certain rights to intellectual property resulting from your work under this award. You will abide by the terms of the University IP Policy and cooperate with efforts to protect and promote any intellectual property related to this award. If an invention or discovery is made or a Creative Works is developed, a Disclosure describing the discovery (invention, creative works, or software) shall be prepared and forwarded to the SJSU Office of Innovation.
Conflict of Interest
As an SJSU employee, you are not permitted to have any personal financial interest that would violate California Government Code Section 1090 et seq. or that would result in a Conflict of Interest, as that term is defined in the Political Reform Act, California Government Code Section 81000 et seq. If you receive extramural grant support, you must disclose personal financial interests as required by the laws, regulations, and sponsor/SJSU [pdf] policies governing conflict of interest in research.