SFSU faculty whose research relates to health inequalities in communities in San Francisco are encouraged to apply for the mini grant. Proposals should involve SFSU students and encourage a sense of giving back to the communities. This year, a UCSF faculty collaborator is required. Priority will be given to proposals that address issues of social justice and health inequalities that are relevant to SFSU students and their communities. Mini-grants of up to $40,000 each will be awarded to 4 successful applicants! Applications due August 14th, 2017. Read More
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Statistical Resources and Software for Faculty.
Resources are available at no cost to SF State faculty for analyzing data, receiving statistical training, and obtaining consultations on statistical analysis and study design.
If you are applying for a grant...
Review the funding opportunity announcement to confirm appropriateness and eligibility
Tell ORSP you want to apply by filling out our online PI CheckList
Consider contacting the Program Officer to discuss suitability of idea(s)
ORSP provides campus-wide access to the powerful and flexible funding research tool “Pivot.” With a few easy steps, you can sign up for a Pivot account, link it to a pre-populated profile (or create a new one), and instantly find funding opportunities. ProQuest also provides Pivot customers with training webinars here. Questions and comments to Jessica Mankus, Grant Development Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org