Proposal Writing Boot Camp
September 11-13 | 9:00 am - 4:00pm | $695
This three-day immersion course focuses on the essential knowledge and skills fundraisers need to become effective proposal writers: using a program/project logic model to craft the proposal narrative, researching foundation funding sources, planning your approach to institutional grantmakers, understanding the components of a project budget, and writing sections of the proposal and letter of inquiry.
Our animal welfare program at SFSU is looking for a community member to serve in the IACUC.
Definition: Someone who is not affiliated with the University in any manner, intended to represent the general community interests in the proper care and treatment of animals. This person may not be the immediate family of a person affiliated with the institution.
Definition: A person whose primary concern is in a non-scientific area having no obvious connections to any area of science. Individuals may have some scientific training, but clearly do not qualify as a practicing scientist with experience in research involving animals.
Responsibilities: The role of the Non-Affiliated and Non-scientist member is to:
- Play an active role in all IACUC activities.
- Make persistent, straightforward inquires about matters that are undetected by the institutional members of the IACUC.
- Critically review protocols
- Serve as designated reviewer when appropriate
- Attend quarterly IACUC meetings.
- Must be present at the meetings for business to be conducted.
If you are interested or know who might be interested, please feel free to contact Neha Kaul, IRB/ IACUC Administrator, Phone: (415) 405-4226 Email: email@example.com
|Rex Cheung||Decision Science||College of Business|
|Venoo Kakar||Economics||College of Business|
|Leyla Ozsen||Decision Sciences||College of Business|
|Kathleen Mortier||Special Education||Graduate College of Education|
|Yue-Ting Siu||Special Education||Graduate College of Education|
|Kent Lorenz||Kinesiology||College of Health and Social Sciences|
|Tiffany O’Shaughnessy||Counseling||College of Health and Social Sciences|
|Martha Lincoln||Anthropology||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Alexander Nevill||Cinema||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Anastasia Smirnova||English Language & Literature||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Pino Trogu||Design and Industry||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Jason Cantley||Biology||College of Science and Engineering|
|Tao He||Mathematics||College of Science and Engineering|
|Maria Quintana||Latina/Latino Studies||College of Ethnic Studies|
|Teresa Gray||Dept of Speech,Lang & Hear Sci||Graduate College of Education|
|James Bagley||Kinesiology||College of Health and Social Sciences|
|Alexis Martinez||Sociology||College of Health and Social Sciences|
|Molly Strear||Counseling||College of Health and Social Sciences|
|Michael Anderson||Classics||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Doug Bailey||Anthropology||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Volker Langbehn||Modern Languages & Literatures||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Jenny Lederer||English Language & Literature||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Venise Wagner||Journalism||College of Liberal and Creative Arts|
|Cheng Chen||Engineering||College of Science and Engineering|
|Anton Guliaev||Chemistry||College of Science and Engineering|
|Thomas Parker||Biology||College of Science and Engineering|
|Jenna Wong||Engineering||College of Science and Engineering|
|Huizhong Xu||Physics and Astronomy||College of Science and Engineering|
|Hao Yue||Computer Science||College of Science and Engineering|
Professors Anoshua Chaudhuri (Economics), Yeon-Shim Lee (Social Work) and Grace Yoo (Asian American Studies) presented at Google on May 23, 2018 on their research, “Experiences Of Chinese, Filipino, Indian And Korean H1B Visa Workers In The United States: Caring For Family Abroad.” Chaudhuri, Lee and Yoo are recipients of a 2015 ORSP Collaborative Award.
With the growth in engineering and technology industries, the United States has seen an increase in the arrival of highly skilled H1B visa workers from various Asian countries. Limited research exists on highly skilled temporary workers on how they maintain family ties from afar including the caring of aging parents. There collaborative research explores the following questions 1) What types of care do H1B Visa workers provide from afar for an aging parent? 2) What challenges do these workers incur when providing care from a distance? They collected 874 surveys and conducted 53 in-depth interviews and are currently working to write up their findings as a book manuscript. Student research assistants on this project have included Aditi Grossman, Jane Hwang, Chen Chen, Eunjae Kim and Ashwini Shridhar.