Research

Research

Support Procedure

Research Support (2 types)

  • Conference/Workshop
  • Academic Support

Conference/Workshop – application must be submitted two months before event

  1. Pick up application package from Adams Hall Room 201. Priority will be given to faculty presenting papers at conferences or those holding offices in the professional organization sponsoring conference. If conference or workshop is to improve faculty competence, you must explain how this will improve faculty teaching. Faculty attending workshops must present a plan for disseminating information learned to colleagues.
  2. Submit completed application with supporting documentation to department head for endorsement and transmittal.
  3. Department head completes portion (the head must delineate how funding will support departmental goals i.e. identify the goals and explain how faculty participation will help meet them) and forward to dean.
  4. Dean signs and forwards to the director.
  5. The director and committee review application and determine funding level.
  6. Director initiates appropriate paperwork.
  7. Paperwork goes through regular university hierarchy (the director cannot walk your paperwork through)
  8. Receive recommended support
  9. Submit participant report. Failure to submit report will disqualify you from receiving further support from program.

Academic Support (Submit application after registering for course)

  1. Pick up application package from Adams Hall Room 201.
  2. Submit completed application with supporting documentation (must include a fee sheet or an invoice) to department head for endorsement and transmittal.
  3. Department head completes portion (the head must delineate how funding will support departmental goals i.e. identify the goals and explain how faculty participation will help meet them) and forward to dean.
  4. Dean signs and forwards to the director.
  5. The director and committee review application and determine funding level.
  6. Director initiates appropriate paperwork.
  7. Paperwork goes through regular university hierarchy (the director cannot walk your paperwork through)
  8. Receive recommended support
  9. Submit progress report at the end of course. The report must delineate information learned and how the material will benefit the department and GSU. For those pursuing a degree, the report should include progress made toward completion. A grade report or certificate of completion should be submitted. Failure to submit report will disqualify you from receiving further support from program.