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  • Workshops | Research Foundation | San Jose State University
    and engineering and is tasked with keeping the United States at the leading edge of discovery in a wide range of scientific areas from astronomy to zoology In addition to funding research in the traditional academic areas the agency also supports high risk high pay off ideas and novel collaborations During this informative workshop Dr Ferdinand Rivera SJSU Chair of the Department of Teacher Education and Professor of Mathematics Statistics and part time NSF Program Director will provide an overview of the NSF Education Directorate s strategic goals and framework that are designed to advance science technology engineering and mathematics STEM education and nurture innovation March 10 Managing Your Funded Projects Location MLK Library Room 255 257 Time 11 30 a m to 1 00 p m RSVP by March 3 Now that a sponsor has funded your project you are ready to get started but you suddenly realize you have questions about funds management and project administration How do I manage my budget successfully How do I recruit and hire staff for my project What about compliance issues Animal subjects or human subjects Labor laws How do I obtain travel approval How do I purchase supplies for my project or pay my vendors This informative workshop will cover essential elements of externally funded project administration from beginning to end Meet the knowledgeable SJSU Research Foundation administrators who will support you throughout the lifecycle of your project including members from Post Award Accounts Payable and Human Resources April 22 Budget Basics Developing Budgets for a Successful Proposal Location MLK Library Room 255 257 Time Noon to 1 30 p m RSVP by April 15 An important part of writing a successful grant proposal is developing a budget that clearly expresses the cost of your research project Where do you begin

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/researchfoundation/osp/wandw/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity | Center for Faculty Development | San Jose State University
    sjsu edu Welcome 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 Fall 2015 workshops and informational sessions pdf Interested in publishing your research and scholarship SJSU faculty and librarians shared expert advice during a Lunch and Learn panel entitled Pearls of Wisdom from SJSU Journal Editors Librarians Advice from our Librarians Fall 2015 pdf Advice from our faculty editors Fall 2015 pdf Other resources to support faculty research Internal Grants The Offices of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies and the SJSU Research Foundation oversee several internal grant competitions offering faculty opportunities to apply for release time travel funds and other resources External Grants and Awards The SJSU Research Foundation provides support to faculty as they seek to identify potential funders as they develop proposals and as they manage their grants post award Research Foundation staff offer individual consultation and workshops on a wide variety of topics pertaining to research and scholarship Grant Writing Support 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 Organized Research Groups Organized research and training units ORUs are established within the University to facilitate the conduct and dissemination of research perform public services and provide special training They serve to fulfill the long range needs and interests of the faculty and the university San José State University has over 30 research units and facilities that partner industry with academic research to enhance technology encourage development of new products and improve education Writing Marathon Program With so many plates spinning it can be

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/cfd/rsca/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Internal Grants | Center for Faculty Development | San Jose State University
    Activity Award Spring 2016 Central RSCA Infusion Program Annual mini Research Scholarship and Creative Activity RSCA Program Undergraduate Research Grants URG Program Grant Development Intensive GDI Program on hiatus Innovations in Teaching Course Re design ITCR Grant Program on hiatus Below you will find instructions and application forms pertaining to each of these programs The Center for Faculty Development staff will be very happy to provide you with any assistance we can as you develop your ideas and craft your applications Please use Acrobat Reader to view the PDF documents Download Acrobat Reader Emeritus and Retired Faculty Association Faculty Research and Creative Activity Award It is with great pleasure that the Board of the SJSU Emeritus and Retired Faculty Association SJSU ERFA announces the second year of the SJSU ERFA Faculty Research and Creative Activity Award AY 2015 2016 The award was created by SJSU ERFA to support scholarly research and creative activity that advance the careers of faculty applicants Faculty eligible to apply include lecturers with more than 6 years of continuous service to SJSU tenure track faculty and tenured faculty Deadline for submission of all required materials is 5 00pm Friday February 5 2016 ERFA grant details and application form pdf Back to top Spring 2016 Central RSCA Infusion Program General Description and Instructions for Spring 2016 Proposal pdf Cover Page and Application Form pdf Budget Form pdf Back to top Annual mini Research Scholarship and Creative Activity RSCA Program General Description and Instructions 2016 17 pdf Application Cover Page 2016 17 pdf Add a separate proposal narrative See General Description and Instruction above Budget Worksheet 2016 17 pdf Report Template xls Sample proposals Art and Art History pdf Biological Sciences pdf Library and Information Sciences pdf Psychology pdf Back to top Undergraduate Research Grants URG Program General

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/cfd/rsca/grants/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • About Us | Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations | San Jose State University
    Us About Us MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations Contact Us Learning Outcomes Assessment Reports Current Students Frequently Asked Questions Fees Financial Assistance and Funding for Graduate School Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluation Forms SJSU Graduate Programs Prospective Students GAPE Staff and Contact Information About Us Mission Statement The Office of Graduate Admissions Program Evaluations GAPE performs the administrative and evaluative functions to maintain and implement the policies and procedures related to admissions advancement to candidacy graduation and university level program requirements for all graduate students The GAPE Office strives to ensure the quality of graduate and credential programs by meeting efficiency goals in processing academic requests to act as an advisory resource to graduate program personnel and students to advocate for faculty and student programmatic needs in the area of admissions student scholarship and graduation to ensure the university is in compliance with all federal state and CSU policies related to admissions and graduation to disseminate the guidelines for policy related to graduate admission eligibility requirements to promote graduate student retention and graduation and to assist in the development of collaborative graduate department activities Contact Us Learning Outcomes Assessment Reports SJSU

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/gape/about_us/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Contact Us | Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations | San Jose State University
    My SJSU However if you find that you still have questions please feel free to email the data specialist listed below for questions on completing your application i e documents needed transcripts and residency Contact your evaluator with specific questions on your admission classification or transcript evaluation Please include your nine digit student ID for faster service and allow some turnaround time to get a response Emails are generally replied within 48 hours However some questions may be forwarded for specialists to reply and may take longer to answer Current Students Most answers to your general questions can be found under our Current Students section For candidacy or graduation status please check My SJSU However if you find that you still have questions please feel free to email your evaluator with specific questions on candidacy or graduation Please include your nine digit student ID for faster service and allow some turnaround time to get a response Emails are generally replied within 48 hours However some questions may be forwarded for specialists to reply and may take longer to answer Please make sure you detail all inquiries in full and also remember to provide valid contact information for our staff to assist you Before contacting us please make every effort to find the information you are looking for through our website Data Specialists Geeta Patel Lead Data Specialist College of Social Sciences Jessica Hernandez Data Specialist College of Applied Sciences Arts College of Humanities Arts Electrical Engineering Ghanshyam Patel Data Specialist College of Engineering except Electrical Engineering Eric Tolle Data Specialist College of Science College of Education Please see below for the College of Business and the School of Information International Admissions Tonya Person Evaluator Software Engineering I 20 Issuance Amy Li Evaluator College of Science Assigned Engineering Programs Vacant Evaluator

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  • Learning Outcomes | Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations | San Jose State University
    e social or economic implications of a scientific finding Students graduating with a baccalaureate degree will have demonstrated an understanding of critical components of broad academic areas the arts humanities social sciences and sciences and their integration Intellectual Skills Fluency in the use of specific theories tools technology and graphical representation Skills and abilities necessary for life long learning critical and creative thinking effective communication conscientious information gathering and processing mastery of quantitative methodologies and the ability to engage effectively in collaborative activities Applied Knowledge The ability to integrate theory practice and problem solving to address practical issues The ability to apply their knowledge and skills to new settings or in addressing complex problems The ability to work productively as individuals and in groups Social and Global Responsibilities The ability to act intentionally and ethically to address a global or local problem in an informed manner with a multicultural and historical perspective and a clear understanding of societal and civic responsibilities Diverse and global perspectives through engagement with the multidimensional SJSU community Program Learning Outcomes PLO Enrollment Services Learning Outcomes Students will know and understand the policies and procedures that guide admission enrollment and graduation at SJSU Applied Knowledge Students will demonstrate competence in applying the policies and procedures that guide admission enrollment and graduation at SJSU Applied Knowledge Students will utilize MySJSU effectively to access information and conduct business with the university Intellectual Skills Students will demonstrate effective communication and critical thinking skills in assessing information and services provided by Enrollment Services Intellectual Skills Departmental Course Learning Outcomes Graduate Admissions Program Evaluations Support new students in ensuring successful enrollment retention and graduation Provide graduation workshops to increase the level of knowledge about university and department requirements for a successful graduation Addresses Applied Knowledge Support students in obtaining knowledge about

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/gape/about_us/learning_outcomes/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Assessment Reports | Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations | San Jose State University
    Graduate Programs Fees GAPE Forms FAQs SJSU Home Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations About Us Assessment Reports Assessment Reports MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to About Us Contact Us Learning Outcomes Assessment Reports 2013 14 Academic Year 2013 14 Assessment Report pdf 2014 15 Academic Year 2014 15 Assessment Report late 2015 SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors Faculty Staff Future Students Researchers

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  • Why San Jose State University? | Graduate Admissions and Program Evaluations | San Jose State University
    many cultures meet Through our eight colleges our graduate students can choose from over seventy graduate programs Silicon Valley firms and agencies seek SJSU students for internships summer work programs and for assistance with research and development projects San José State University was the first public institution of higher education on the West Coast and since then our mission has been clear To enrich the lives of our students and to transmit the knowledge and skills necessary to allow our students to contribute productively to society Since it was founded in 1857 the university has grown to over 29 000 students and has become the largest source of engineering science and business graduates for the world s most exciting technology center SJSU is part of the 23 campus California State University system allowing us to provide an excellent educational experience with a very reasonable yearly tuition When you compare the costs with the quality of education we provide our students there aren t many other universities in the area that can offer a similar value The Location From serving as the first state capital of California to becoming the Capital of Silicon Valley San José has distinguished itself as a city with a pioneering past and enterprising future Our Mediterranean climate has an average temperature of 60 degrees Fahrenheit 15 5 degrees Celsius and an average of 300 days of sunshine per year Located on 154 acres in downtown San José the SJSU campus is surrounded by a newly revitalized city which hosts major events and concerts The city is also home to several art museums and great restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisines On campus there are more than 50 major buildings including 23 academic buildings and seven residence halls covering 19 city blocks Just off campus is

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/gape/prospective_students/about_sjsu/ (2016-02-13)
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