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CONTACT US

Office of Sponsored Programs
(209) 946-7367
osp@pacific.edu
Knoles Hall, 2nd Floor, Room 206
Christine Fluter-Brown
Associate Director of Research & Compliance
Hours
Monday-Friday 8:30am-5pm

Internal Funding Sources

Thomas J Long Foundation General Education Fellowship

  • Audience: Faculty who teach in the undergraduate general education program
  • Description: The fellowship rewards faculty based on the following criteria:
    (1) innovative teaching, or proposed innovative teaching, in the Pacific Seminars or in the Breadth Program; examples of innovation are incorporating community-based learning, taking field trips, involving students in effective group work, increasing the development of specific skills (writing or speaking), employing new technologies, or using uncommon and exemplary teaching methods.
    (2) Demonstration of excellence of instruction in the Pacific Seminars or in the Breadth Program.
    The ideal candidate will meet both of these criteria; however, awards might be granted to faculty who only meet criterion (2). In this case, it is desirable to demonstrate teaching excellence in more than one general education course.
  • Dollar amount: $2,500-$5,000
  • Deadline: 12 noon on Friday, March 1
  • Contact: Gesine Gerhard, Director of General Education; e-mail

 

FRC: Scholarly/Artistic Activities Grants

  • Audience: Stockton campus faculty, with preference given to those who are tenure-track
  • Description: These grants are intended to assist Stockton campus faculty in their pursuit of professional goals related to scholarship and research. Awards are provided for both ongoing projects and initiation of research in new areas.
  • Dollar Amount: $3,200
  • Deadline: October 9, 2015; and March 18, 2016
  • Contact: Members of the Faculty Research Committee. The current committee membership can be found on the University's website; or Christine Fluter-Brown, Office of Sponsored Programs, 209-946-7367, e-mail; website

 

FRC: Eberhardt Research Fellowships

  • Audience: Stockton campus faculty, with preference given to those who are tenure-track
  • Description: This award provides financial support for Pacific faculty members to conduct a research project for at least a five-week period over the summer. Funding is intended to support a broad range of projects in all fields of study. The goal is to help faculty supplement their summer income while conducting research.
  • Dollar Amount: $3,500
  • Deadline: February 5, 2016
  • Contact: Members of the Faculty Research Committee. The current committee membership can be found on the University's website; or Christine Fluter-Brown, Office of Sponsored Programs, 209-946-7367, e-mail; website

 

FRC: Holmok Cancer Research Grants

  • Audience: Stockton campus faculty, with preference given to those who are tenure-track
  • Description: These grants support any aspect of cancer research, ranging from the study of origins, to the diagnosis, to the methods of treating cancer patients. It is open to all researchers from all disciplines. A proposal may be submitted by an individual or by a team of researchers who are faculty members on the Stockton campus. Proposals related to interdisciplinary cancer research projects are encouraged.
  • Dollar Amount: $5,000
  • Deadline: March 25, 2016
  • Contact: Members of the Faculty Research Committee. The current committee membership can be found on the University's website; or Christine Fluter-Brown, Office of Sponsored Programs, 209-946-7367, e-mail; website

 

FRC: Dreyfus Foundation Award for Student Research

  • Audience: Stockton campus undergraduates, in a research partnership with a faculty advisor
  • Description: This award is designed to provide financial support for undergraduate students to spend the summer working with a faculty member on a scholarly/artistic project. The award is designed to support a broad range of projects in all fields of study. The goal is to give students a valuable educational experience collaborating with faculty on professional research. The award includes compensation to the student provided by the Dreyfus endowment and a stipend to the faculty advisor provided by the University.
  • Dollar Amount: $2,500 for the student, $500 for the faculty advisor
  • Deadline: February 26, 2016
  • Contact: Members of the Faculty Research Committee. The current committee membership can be found on the University's website; or Christine Fluter-Brown, Office of Sponsored Programs, 209-946-7367, e-mail; website

 

FRC: Hoefer Prize for Student-Faculty Research/Creative Projects

  • Audience: Stockton campus undergraduates, in a research partnership with a faculty advisor
  • Description: This prize is to encourage, recognize and reward the teacher-scholar model for faculty which supports teaching and student learning as primary activities, while recognizing scholarship and research as vital to that enterprise. The prize recognizes outstanding performance in a single joint student-faculty research/creative project. A proposal may be submitted by one or more faculty members and one or more students, all of whom participated in the project.
  • Dollar Amount: $2,500 for the student, $2,500 for the faculty advisor
  • Deadline: March 25, 2016
  • Contact: Members of the Faculty Research Committee, The current committee membership can be found on the University's website; or Christine Fluter-Brown, Office of Sponsored Programs, 209-946-7367, email; website

 

FRC/CAPD: Eberhardt Teacher-Scholar Award

  • Audience: Full-time faculty at any of the three campuses with at least four years of service.
  • Description: This award recognizes exemplary teaching and scholarship. Proposals are reviewed by both CAPD and the Faculty Research Committee. A joint recommendation is sent to Academic Council, who makes the final decision(s) and notification.
  • Dollar Amount: Up to five awards of $2,000each/year.
  • Deadline: varies by year
  • Current chair of the Committee for Academic Planning and Development; Committee Chair.

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