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  • Site Index | The Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies | San Jose State University
    2009 Fellows 2007 2008 Fellows 2006 2007 Fellows 2005 2006 Fellows 2004 2005 Fellows 2003 2004 Fellows 2002 2003 Fellows 2001 2002 Fellows Journal Subscribe Steinbeck Review Calls For Papers Steinbeck Festival Past Events Resources Teaching Works Steinbeck s Nobel Prize Speech Why Read John Steinbeck SJSU Home The Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies Site Index MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to HOME 2 A B C D F H I J L M P R S T W 2 2001 2002 Fellows 2002 2003 Fellows 2003 2004 Fellows 2004 2005 Fellows 2005 2006 Fellows 2006 2007 Fellows 2007 2008 Fellows 2008 2009 Fellows 2009 2010 Fellows 2010 2011 Fellows 2011 2012 Fellows 2012 2013 Fellows 2013 2014 Fellows 2014 2015 Fellows 2016 International Steinbeck Conference Back to top A Apply for the Steinbeck Fellow Program Arthur Miller Receives the 1999 Steinbeck Award Awards Back to top B Bibliography Biography Biography in Depth Bruce Springsteen Receives the 1996 Steinbeck Award Back to top C Calls For Papers Center Hours and Info Center Hours and Info Chronology Back to top D Donors Back to top F Fellows Further Reading Back to top H Homes and Locations Back to top I International Society of Steinbeck Scholars and Steinbeck Review Subscriptions Back to top J John Sayles receives the 1997 8 Steinbeck Award Journal Back to top L Lee Richard Hayman Louis Owens Essay Prize Back to top M Martha Heasley Cox Back to top P Past Events Pigasus Project History Back to top R Resources Back to top S Steinbeck Booksellers Steinbeck Country Tour Steinbeck Renaissance Steinbeck Review Steinbeck Society Steinbeck s Prizes and Awards Steinbeck s Reading A Catalogue of Books Owned and Borrowed Back to top T Teaching Steinbeck The John Steinbeck Award In the

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  • Ruby Bridges to Receive Steinbeck Award | The Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies | San Jose State University
    7 30 P M doors open at 7 on Wednesday February 24 in the Student Union Theater on the campus of San Jose State University Tickets are available at the Event Center Box Office 408 924 6333 or at ticketmaster com In 1960 the NAACP selected a 6 year old girl to break the color barrier of an all white elementary school in New Orleans The transition proved perilous White parents removed their children from classes and every school day angry protesters jeered at Ruby Bridges as she walked the steps of William Frantz Elementary School surrounded by federal marshals The Problem We All Live With by Norman Rockwell 1964 Oil on canvas Collection of the Norman Rockwell Museum Stockbridge MA Ruby Bridges has been called the youngest foot soldier of the civil rights movement She entered the history books when she entered first grade But her role in the cause of social justice did not end there Ruby has been a frequent speaker at schools and universities on the topic of racial tolerance and she has served as spokesperson for First Book a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide disadvantaged children with new books John Steinbeck expressed concern over an injustice and wrote sympathetically of me when I was a young girl said Ruby Bridges In a way we ve come full circle I now get to honor him by receiving an award bearing his name I m so proud to be part of this Ruby Bridges The John Steinbeck Award is sanctioned by the Steinbeck estate and is offered by the Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies at San Jose State University The award is presented to artists and activists whose work exemplifies the spirit of Steinbeck s social engagement Past recipients include musician Bruce Springsteen

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  • Martha Heasley Cox Memorial | The Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies | San Jose State University
    2002 2003 Fellows 2001 2002 Fellows Journal Subscribe Steinbeck Review Calls For Papers Steinbeck Festival Past Events Resources Teaching Works Steinbeck s Nobel Prize Speech Why Read John Steinbeck SJSU Home The Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies Past Events Martha Heasley Cox Memorial Martha Heasley Cox Memorial MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Past Events an error occurred while processing this directive On October 6 2015 the Center for Steinbeck Studies held a memorial service for its founder Dr Martha Heasley Cox Speakers included Nick Taylor the Director of the Center Dr Lisa Vollendorf Dean of the College of Humanities and the Arts Dr Arlene Okerlund former Academic Vice President Dean and Professor Emerita of English and Jim Coplan formerly of the Commonwealth Club The speakers shared memories of Martha as an intrepid and entrepreneurial scholar a professional mentor a patron of the arts a Bay Area sports fan and a friend The event was attended by sixty former colleagues Steinbeck scholars former students University officials and friends A reception followed in the Special Collections lobby on the fifth floor of the Dr Martin Luther King Jr Library Download the Event Program PDF 593KB Photos

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  • SJSU Research | San Jose State University
    OSP Bulletin Staff Directory Research Highlights Workshops Webmaster SJSU Office of Research SJSU Center for Faculty Development SJSU Scholarworks SJSU Library site index Posed for a Portrait This painted greenling Oxylebius pictus is perfectly positioned for a picture as it hovers over the pink coralline backdrop in Monterey Bay Photo by Sarah Jeffries Moss Landing Marine Labs Light driven hybrid P450 biocatalysts Ngoc Han Tran undergraduate in Biology with a Chemistry minor develops hybrid P450 enzymes as biocatalysts for the selective hydroxylation of organic substrates upon visible light irradiation Faculty Mentor Dr Lionel Cheruzel Department of Chemistry Exquisite Crystals With the use of polarized light microscopy photomicrographs and back scattered electron images graduate student and researcher Susan Gervais reveals a Dumortierite microcrystalline fiber About the Research Foundation Partnering with Faculty Board of Directors Leadership Team Staff Directory Public Documents Meeting Dates History Mission Statement Contact Us Student and faculty engagement in research scholarship and creative activity is central to the mission of San José State University Opportunities abound to pursue an exciting array of basic and applied research SJSU researchers investigate the airways and sea pursue new knowledge of space and planets explore literature and the arts examine health and

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  • Student Research | Office of Research | San Jose State University
    Research to learn about applicable policies for the conduct of research to obtain training information and to enter the SJSU Student Research Competition Information about these services is provided in the links on this page The following diagram illustrates a typical research cycle from beginning to end Office of Research Services for Students The Office of Research offers support services and oversight of student work in the following areas Training Opportunities for Students Find out about training courses related to responsible conduct in research Human Subjects Institutional Review Board IRB Find out about the procedures and requirements for conducting research involving human subjects Institutional Animal Care Use Committee IACUC Find out about the procedures and requirements for animal care and use in research SJSU Student Research Competition Find out how you can share your work and be recognized for your research related achievements Winners of the SJSU Student Research Competition are invited to attend a CSU wide competition CSU Support and Services for Students Funding opportunities are available through CSU Affinity Groups COAST CSU Council on Ocean Affairs Science Technology CSUPERB CSU Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology WRPI Water Resources and Policy Initiatives SJSU Student Research In the

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  • Humans Subjects Research - Institutional Review Board (IRB) | Office of Research | San Jose State University
    review and needs to be submitted to the Office of Research This involves determining whether the work meets the federal definitions of research and human subjects If after using this worksheet you determine that your work does not need to be submitted for review please keep the worksheet for your records This worksheet does not need to be submitted to our office Note some browsers pdf viewers no longer display previews of certain pdf forms You may need to download the form directly to your computer and view it in Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat View our IRB tutorials These videos describe everything you need to know about the IRB process including when IRB approval is needed how long it takes to get approval for different kinds of research and what kinds of forms are needed Additional informational documents including a submission checklist FAQs sample protocols and discipline specific considerations are available on our forms and documents page Make sure you have completed a preliminary training course if you are a faculty or staff member submitting your own protocol or advising on a student protocol The training is also recommended but not mandatory for students Refresher training courses are currently required every five years Submitting Documents for IRB Review When submitting a new protocol fill out the required forms Be sure to access forms directly from our website for each new submission as we may update them periodically Submit 2 copies of a complete IRB protocol to the Office of Research The mailing address location and office hours can be found on our contact page Email or fax submissions are not accepted Await a screening email from the Human Protections Analyst confirming that your protocol was received and containing information about how it will be reviewed 7 10 business days Once your protocol has been reviewed further instructions will be emailed to you by the Human Protections Analyst Depending on the nature of the revisions you may be asked to submit a new protocol or only the revised documents If you re a student submitting a new protocol you will need a faculty advisor to review the protocol and provide a signature If you only have minor revisions your professor s signature is not required Document revisions are not accepted by email or fax Once you have obtained IRB approval follow the instructions below for reporting changes problems or to request continuing review beyond the one year approval period Submitting Modifications and Extensions Modifications to report significant changes to your research methods design personnel type or number of subjects consent process or location please send an email to the Human Protections Analyst summarizing the changes and attaching any protocol documents that have changed as a result Extensions to conduct the research beyond the one year approval period continuing review is required An extension request form pdf can be emailed to the Human Protections Analyst along with any documents that have changed at least four weeks prior to the expiration of

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  • Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) | Office of Research | San Jose State University
    Welfare Concerns About the IACUC Committee Protocol Review Requirements Protocol Submission Requirements IACUC Approval Exemptions Protocol Submission Forms IACUC Meeting Schedule and Submission Deadlines Annual Review of Approved Protocols CITI Training Resources Animal Subjects Contact Information and Resources San Jose State University SJSU recognizes Senate Policy S14 6 as its reference for the humane care and use of animals and for addressing ethical concerns in discussions evaluations and policy matters regarding the care and use of animals by all individuals at SJSU and its affiliates SJSU acknowledges the public debate about the legitimacy importance and relevance of the ethics of animal care and use We recognize that within this debate there are a number of legitimate and responsible perspectives concerns and unresolved issues that are expressed in various ways We therefore commit ourselves to be a respectful and responsible party within this on going public debate SJSU recognizes the relevance value and significance of the ideals of the humane treatment of animals as part of conducting sound scientific research and quality teaching Therefore we commit ourselves actively to seek satisfactory means that do not entail the use of animals employ ways that minimize the number of animals used and earnestly

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  • Student Research Training Opportunities | Office of Research | San Jose State University
    account with CITI using your SJSU email address select San Jose State University Courses Click on add a course or update learner groups Answer the questions provided to determine which courses are applicable to you Human Subjects Research Training CITI A student training module for conducting research involving human subjects is available through CITI The training for students is recommended but not mandatory unless it is part of a class assignment or you are receiving federal funding for the research Students should be aware that the advising professor who signs off on protocols submitted to the Human Subjects Institutional Review Board IRB must have completed the training requirement If the professor has previously completed the training it is not necessary to include the certificate with every student IRB application To access the student course in human subjects research follow steps 1 3 at the top of this page then select Human Subjects Research Question 2 on the CITI page and select Students conducting no more than minimal risk research Human Subjects Institutional Review Board IRB Video Tutorials Our online IRB video tutorials describe everything you need to know about the IRB process including when IRB approval is needed how long it takes to get approval for different kinds of human subjects research and what kinds of forms are needed The tutorials also cover ethical considerations for research involving human subjects For additional information about the Human Subjects Institutional Review Board please visit our IRB pages Animal Care and Use Training Providing proof of successful completion of online training in animal welfare policy is a requirement imposed by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee IACUC for all personnel associated with an activity as a matter of securing approval for an animal use protocol Successful completion of CITI training is required

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