Faculty Research Support Programs and Initiatives
The following programs and initiatives aim to support the research and scholarly activity of our faculty. We welcome feedback on how we can improve our programs and make these resources better serve faculty needs. Email HHD Sr. Research Development Officer, Dr. Lisa Lopez, with questions or feedback about any of these programs or initiatives, firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Support Program (RSP)
Applications Due: 15th of each month Award: Up to $2,500
2022-23 Guidelines & Application
Full-time HHD faculty who are actively engaged in research and scholarly activities are eligible for funding once during each academic year. Faculty with available start-up funds are not eligible to receive RSP funds. Previous RSP grantees are eligible to apply for new funding only after all final reports have been submitted. Please see spending guidelines for acceptable uses for RSP funds.
Faculty Scholarship for Impact (FSI) Program
Application Deadline: February 15, 2023, 5 PM
The College of Health and Human Development is now accepting applications for the newly created Faculty Scholarship for Impact (FSI) Program. This pilot program will award 6-units of course reassignment to eligible tenured and tenure-track faculty who intend to engage in scholarly activity. The WTU for reassigned time is equivalent to about 8 hours per week per term. Faculty participating in the FSI program are expected to complete specific outcomes by the end of the award period.
Email Lisa Lopez for questions and access to program guidelines, email@example.com.
Statistical and Research Design Support
HHD faculty needing assistance with their research should contact the following FDC/ORSP Faculty Fellow/Coorindators
FDC-ORSP Faculty Fellow/Coordinator
FDC-ORSP Faculty Fellow/Coordinator
Guadalupe Diaz Lara
Redistribution of Indirect Costs
What are Indirect Costs (IDC)?
In addition to the direct costs that clearly identify with and benefit a specific research project (salaries, fringe benefits, supplies, travel, etc.), indirect costs (IDC) or facilities and administrative (F&A) costs must be included in grant budgets unless the sponsor has a written policy on IDC rates applicable to all potential grantees. IDC are those institutional research infrastructure costs that cannot be readily attributed to an individual project or monitored on an individual basis and include building and equipment use, operations, maintenance and utilities, general, departmental and sponsored projects administration, library, and capital improvements.
University Distribution of IDC
For approved grants and contracts carrying the full negotiated IDC rate (currently 42% on-campus, 26% off-campus),
10% of the IDC amount collected will be distributed to a “research stimulation account” for use by the principal investigator / project director.
Balances in these accounts should be expended within the duration of the current award plus one year. Available balances in research stimulation accounts after that time, or where faculty have separated or retired from the university, will be transferred to the respective college/unit level (e.g. college deans, AVPs) account. Funds housed in these accounts MUST be used on research related activities.
To Colleges: The revenue distributed to the colleges is 15% of IDC collected.
HHD Redistribution of IDC
For all externally funded projects generating IDC back to HHD, regardless of IDC rate,
the college will disperse 20% of the funds collected into the project director’s research stimulation account to be used on project related activities.
Additionally, from the IDC funds collected, HHD will disperse 30% into the project director’s department research stimulation account. These accounts are managed by department chairs and school director.