Faculty Assigned Time Grant

The OSR Faculty Assigned Time grant is designed to support faculty conducting research and creative activities in collaboration with CSUSB students. All full-time faculty are eligible to apply. Faculty awarded the grant will be given one assigned time ($4,600). Preference will be given to faculty whose proposals demonstrate collaboration with students in the following areas:


  • Publications

  • Peer-reviewed conference presentations

  • Performance/Exhibits

  • Pilot project implementation

  • Seed money to assist in obtaining external funding for projects

  • Data collection and professional development.

Deadline: Application is now closed. Please check back in Fall 2018.

Download Faculty Assigned Time Guidelines (PDF)

Download Budget Sheet (PDF)


Congratulations to the 2017-2018 Faculty Assigned Time Grant Awardees!

Dr.  Alexandru Roman     

Public Administration      

Why do high reputation organizations adopt good governance: Because they choose to or because they must?


Dr. Monideepa Becerra  

Health Science and Human Ecology           

The role of legislative action on maternal child outcome


Dr. Paulchris Okpala         

Health Science and Human Ecology           

Predictors of trust in health-care providers among homeless older adults


Dr. Richard Addante


Guiding students in data analysis of the physiology of illusory superiority describe the purpose and focus of the project


Dr. Min-Lin Lo     


Radio number for 9th power paths


Dr. Alison Petty Ragguette            


Ceramics biennial at Boehm gallery at Palomar College

Digital ceramics: Reimagining tradition through innovation


Dr. Armando Barragan    

Social Work         

Colton joint unified school district’s department of behavioral & mental health: Field practice, development & evaluation


Dr. Qingquan Sun              

Computer Science and Engineering           

Distributed self-calibration in wireless sensor based human tracking


Dr. Nicholas Bratcher       


Concert performance with the Julien Winds at Carnegie Hall


Dr. Jeremy Dodsworth       


Sequencing of novel thermophilic microbes