OSP Observer Winter 2023 Edition (header)

As a new year begins, perhaps you are contemplating your new year's intention(s) – if building upon or reinvigorating your scholarship is amongst your goals, we have several offerings to support you. Later this month, we're offering our Research @ SU 101 workshop to connect faculty and staff to the resources available within OSP and across campus to support your scholarship. In February, we'll hear from seven faculty who have recently returned from sabbatical to share how they spent their time in our Lightning Talks; and later in the month, we'll host our first Fulbright Info Session and Faculty Panel for those interested in international endeavors. To close the quarter, we invite you to join this quarter's OSP Community Luncheon for an informal opportunity to share a meal with other sponsored projects-engaged community members.  It is an honor to accompany you on your scholarly journeys – We look forward to seeing you online and in-person in 2023!



Jenna Isakson, MPA

Director, Office of Sponsored Projects

In this issue:

The Office of Sponsored Projects is here to help!

We are here to support the full life-cycle of your research and scholarship – from identifying funding opportunities and creating a research plan, developing and submitting competitive proposals, and managing awards. Please reach out to us to request a consultation, notify us of your intent to apply for a funding opportunity, or for help with managing your award!

Your OSP support team:

Sarah Bricknell, MBA

Sponsored Research Officer

Supports CAS, CCE, COE,
CSE-Bio, Law & STM

Kara Luckey, PhD

Sponsored Research Officer

Supports ALB, CSE (not Bio), CON & Institutional Efforts

Jenna Isakson, MPA


Please direct any suggestions about how we can make the quarterly OSP Observer most useful to Kara Luckey – we welcome your thoughts!