Research Development

Faculty Scholarship Database

The Office of Sponsored Projects' new Faculty Scholarship Database is intended to provide a comprehensive view of the research landscape at SU. This database will be used:

  • by the OSP to better understand your field of scholarship
  • to assist you with identifying relevant funding opportunities
  • to identify potential collaborators at SU

To be added to the database, please take a moment to complete the form below - it shouldn't take more than a few minutes; you will need your current CV handy. 

You can also opt in to having the OSP set-up a GrantForward Researcher Profile and/or can opt to be listed in the database available with colleagues within Seattle University to encourage collaboration between scholars across all colleges and departments. The database will be viewable by SU community members within the OSP's internal SharePoint.

GrantForward is a funding opportunity database and recommendation service designed specifically for academic research. GrantForward has many helpful features, including a dynamic search engine with customizable filters and mechanisms for developing regular funding alerts that are sent directly to you on a regular basis of your choosing. If you are interested in using this service, the OSP can use the information you provide here to create a researcher profile on GrantForward.

Faculty Scholarship Database Form

Please complete this Airtable form to be added to the Scholarship Database.

What is research development?

According to the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP), for which your OSP team are members, research development encompasses a set of strategic, proactive, catalytic, and capacity-building activities designed to facilitate individual faculty members, teams of researchers, and central research administrations in attracting extramural research funding, creating relationships, and developing and implementing strategies that increase institutional competitiveness.

The OSP supports your research development through:

Research Development Resources

Volunteer as a Panel Reviewer