The Office of the Vice President for Research & Economic Development is happy to announce the Call for Proposals for Research Initiation and Scholarly Support (Tenured and Pre-Tenured) internal grants for faculty at Georgia State for FY2018. The official announcements with instructions can be found in two places:
Beginning Monday, October 10, 2016, the university began transitioning to use of the Research Portal for submission of all proposals for sponsored funding. If you are uncertain about how to access or use the Research Portal, please contact the OSPA administrative staff who will be glad to assist you: Benetta Behnzukeh, 3-3502; Pamela Pressley,… more »
Effective December 1, 2016, all postdoctoral associates that are paid from sponsored project (grant) funds and are classified as exempt employees must be paid a minimum annual salary of $47,476 as required by the federal regulation recently issued from the Department of Labor under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
President Becker, Vice President Rackliffe, and… more »
Georgia State offers an institutional membership with open access publisher, BioMed Central. The university has a limited credit for publications in BioMed Central journal available to full time faculty. University faculty may apply for these funds through Georgia State’s membership using the application form at: BioMed Central publication application.
The following is an important notice regarding personal travel to and contact with persons traveling from countries where Ebola outbreaks are occurring.
Travel Alerts and Warnings CDC has posted Warning – Level 3 Travel Notices recommending that people avoid non-essential travel to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone at this time. Georgia State advises that university-related… more »
From the Office of the Associate Vice President for Research Use Pivot for your summer research funding searches If research will be a part of your summer activities, don’t forget Georgia State University offers you access to the world’s largest online funding database known as COS Pivot. It’s where funding connected with research expertise turns… more »
Georgia State University has earned designation as an eligible institution under the U.S. Department of Education Title III and Title V programs for 2015. Georgia State and its faculty may apply for grants under the Title III and Title V programs, specifically for the designation as a predominantly black institution (PBI).