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CSUF Student Researcher to Present on Capital Hill

Electrical Engineering major Haroon Khan will present his gravitational-wave research on colliding black holes at the 2015 “Posters on the Hill” in Washington, D.C., where he will have the opportunity to speak with members of Congress. Geoffrey Lovelace, right, assistant professor of physics will accompany him.

CSUF Researchers Recognized and Celebrated

Faculty members (from left) John Gleaves, Tu-Uyen Nguyen, Dawn Person, Nathalie Carrick and Marelo Tolmasky were feted for their contributions to research in various areas of university life during a recognition ceremony in their honor at the Golleher Alumni House hosted by the Office of Research, Creative Activities and Technology Transfer.

Gravitational Wave Research

Physics faculty members Jocelyn Read, Joshua Smith, center, and Geoffrey Lovelace have been awarded $119, 791 from the NSF for their gravitational-wave research.

The Joy of Eating

Faculty members Sara E. Johnson (anthropology) and Joel K. Abraham (biological science) served as PI and co-PI, respectively, on a USDA grant-funded effort, which expands the outreach capacity of U-ACRE in the Fullerton Arboretum.

Research Festival Day: Springing into Research 

Tuesday, March 1, 2016, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Titan Student Union

We’ll help you mingle with other faculty engaged in collaborative scholarly and creative projects, identify possible collaborators, and learn about strategies for collaborating and resources supporting your research. Read more...


Office of Research Development (ORD)

Established to increase external funding for Cal State Fullerton's Mission and Goals-related institutional initiatives and partnerships, ORD provides assistance, guidance and consultation to the campus community in developing high-quality, competitive proposals — from concept to proposal submission.

ORD identifies and provides support to such current and potential "hot topic" areas as sustainability/energy, labor and aging — where there have been increases in federal grant funding and/or additional funding is anticipated. ORD also tracks other funding opportunities through agencies and programs the university has traditionally not pursued, and assists in strategically positioning university programs and collaborative efforts for successful funding and institutionalization.

We hope that, through this site, you will find the resources you need to successfully prepare a strong and fundable proposal. Feel free to contact us for additional assistance or consultation.