Events & Workshops

Lightning Talks

Anti-Racist Education: Curriculum Development Cohort 

Thursday, February 3rd, 12:30-1:30pm

Zoom link will be provided prior to event

RSVP to Lightning Talks

Join us for the winter quarter session of the OSP Lightning Talks!  Colleagues in the Pilot Initiative on Anti-Racist Education: Curriculum Development Cohort will present their work in this packed session.  Presented in partnership with the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Office of the Provost. Speakers include:

  • Benjamin Suriano, Albers School of Business & Economics, Racial Inequality and the Economic Structure of Capitalism: Proposing a New Course for the School of Business and Economics 
  • Anne Farina and Estella Williamson, College of Arts & Sciences, Creating a Workshop for MSW Students on Building Resilience Against the Impacts of Racialized Trauma on Learning 
  • Hazel Hahn, Henry Kamerling and Randall Souza, College of Arts & Sciences, Building anti-racist curriculum resources for introductory-level History courses 
  • Melissa Pico, Student Academic Services, Educating the Whole Person: Anti-Racist Curriculum in Tutor Training 
  • Kumhee Ro, College of Nursing, Addressing Health Disparities: A Pilot Project in Nursing Pharmacology
  • Jaisy Joseph, College of Arts & Sciences, Exploring Embodied Pedagogy: Racial Trauma Theory in the Classroom 
  • Rashmi Chordiya, College of Arts & Sciences, Embodied Pedagogy: Holding Space for Healing Centered Learning 
  • Joseph DeFilippis, College of Arts & Sciences, New Course: A People’s History of U.S. Social Policy and Social Movements 
  • HJ Kim and Sabrina Diffendaffer, College of Nursing, Integrating Social Justice and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion into Mental Health Nursing Theory Curriculum 

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OSP Office Hours

Getting Started with GrantForward

In partnership with the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons

Tuesday, March 1, 12:30-1:30pm

RSVP to OSP Office Hours

RSVPs are not required but registrants will receive an Outlook calendar invite/reminder.

Join the Zoom

Stop by this quarter's OSP Office Hours to get started with GrantForward, a funding search database subscription service available to the SU community. After a brief tour of GrantForward’s many features, OSP staff will be available in this hands-on session to assist you with setting up and optimizing your researcher profile, creating saved searches, and/or setting alerts. Whether you are just getting started or would like to reserve dedicated time to spend with GrantForward, all are welcome to join for any portion of this hour that suits your schedule.  

  • To set-up your researcher profile, please have a PDF of your current CV or list of publications, or the link to a webpage with your CV/list of publications handy – GrantForward will use this information to generate a list of initial keywords, which you can then edit.
  • If you would like a refresher on creating keywords and conducting funding searches, materials from our Fall Faculty Workshop “Identifying Funding Opportunities” are available here.

Learning Opportunity

NSF Demystified: Preparing a competitive proposal to the National Science Foundation

POSTPONED

Please check back soon for a new date. Thank you!

Interested in pursuing support from the National Science Foundation (NSF) – which funds 27% of all federally-supported research at U.S. colleges and universities and over 25% of current externally-funded dollars at SU – but slightly overwhelmed by what can feel like an intimidating process? It is more manageable than one might think!

 Join us as we ‘demystify’ the NSF by guiding participants to:

  • Understand the primary objectives and structure of the NSF
  • Identify promising NSF funding opportunities
  • Delve into NSF opportunities that are particularly well-suited for the SU context – including those that support both research and programmatic efforts – with a particular focus on the Research at Undergraduate Institutions (RUI) program
  • Break down the components of NSF proposals
  • Gain critical insights into developing and writing a competitive NSF proposal
  • Benefit from tips from successful NSF-funded SU investigators