Carrie Lane Named Inaugural Scholarly Publication Faculty Fellow
Carrie M. Lane, Professor of American Studies, has been appointed as CSUF’s inaugural Scholarly Publication Faculty Fellow (SPFF). In her role as SPFF, Dr. Lane will work with faculty at all levels across colleges and disciplines to revise their manuscripts for submission (or resubmission) to peer-reviewed academic journals. She will provide feedback on readability, organization and technical issues (grammar, punctuation, etc.).
Lane is an interdisciplinary scholar whose research spans the humanities, social sciences, and business. She is an experienced author and editor who enjoys helping scholars organize and refine their written work. Lane earned her Ph.D. from Yale University and B.A. from Princeton University. She authored two books, and nearly two dozen peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, solicited articles and book reviews. She is a book series editor and an editorial board member and series editor for several publications in anthropology.
Please contact Lane for any support you may need with your scholarly publication. She can be reached at email@example.com or 657-278-7359.
ORSP to provide resources for grant writers
Large-scale, institution-level proposals have begun dominating the focus of colleges, investigators, and staff alike. In order to be competitive for this type of funding, foster interdisciplinary research and better align with CSUF’s strategic plan, ORSP will provide resources for grant writers towards applicable projects.
New Procedure for Food Vendor Deliveries
If you plan to host events with food from off campus, all food vendors will a need “Q” approval number in order to make their deliveries. The university is administering the “Q” numbers through the Contracts and Procurement office. Contact Larissa G. Meza , eBusiness Program Specialist, ext. 2906, for more information. For a list of pre-approved caterers, see Approved CSUF Caterers .
SSRC AWARDED $1,064,933 BY SANTA ROSA CCCOMMUNITY COLLEGE
Between 120-150 CSUF students will administer 30,000 surveys to a random sample of individuals who have participated in a statewide study to assess employment outcomes of students who have participated in career technical education coursework at California community colleges. The $1,064,933 project was awarded to the Social Science Research Center, led by Laura Gil-Trejo, by Sonoma County Junior College District on behalf of Santa Rosa Community College.
More News and Announcements
- SSRC Awarded $1,064,933 by Santa Rosa Community College
- Jeeloo Liu Named a 2019 Andrew Carnegie Fellow
- Joshua Yang Awarded $530,733 from Regents of the UC, Office of the President to Study Tobacco-free Campuses
- NIH's Academic Research Enhancement Award (R15) Renamed NIH Research Enhancement Award
- SBDC Awarded Nearly $1.5 Million from State
- ORSP to Fund Grant Writers for Large-Scale and Cross-Disciplinary Proposals