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*RD Grant Getting Workshop: How to Apply for the 2022/23 Research and Innovation Student RSCA Fellowship - Shared screen with speaker view
Jenny Galipo
38:28
Hi, can you post the website please ?
Peace Lu
38:54
Speech-Language Pathology - bilingual syntax acquisition!
Rue (Reem F)
38:56
Reem Farhat (Psychology)
Kimberly
39:06
Human Factors and Ergonomics, Automation
Taylor Azizeh (she/her/hers)
39:08
Graduate student at Moss Landing Marine Labs, Masters in Marine Science. Studying seabird foraging ecology.
Ines Ross Tacco
39:09
Biological sciences, specifically physiology
Merlina San Nicolas Leyva
39:14
M.S. in Mass Communications/Media Studies, working on research on Anti-Press and Misinformation in Mexico
Sherry T
39:14
Communication Studies
Areum Jensen
39:15
Areum Jensen - Clinical exercise physiology
Hoang-Vi Vu
39:19
biology - neurophysio !
Stacy V.
39:30
MARA with focus on Midwifery Information management
Evelyn Tran
39:34
Evelyn Tran (going for finance)
Amara Aladi
39:41
Corporate Accounting, Socio-economics
Allison Cospin
39:42
Master’s in Social Work— Focus on Mental Health among different populations
Barbara Sasso (she/her/hers)
39:44
https://www.sjsu.edu/research/students/student-funding-opportunities/student-rsca-fellowship.php
Mario Chris
39:48
comparative literature and digital humanities
Ashley Irawan
40:05
Computer science
Amara Aladi
43:06
How many are selected into the program?
Barbara Sasso (she/her/hers)
47:26
https://www.sjsu.edu/research/students/student-funding-opportunities/student-rsca-fellowship.php
Taylor Azizeh (she/her/hers)
48:09
Graduate students should apply with their faculty advisors, correct?
Rue (Reem F)
52:52
Is there a way to apply even if you are graduating in 2021?
Areum Jensen
54:22
Can a current undergraduate student (expect to graduate FA22) apply if she plans to start graduate program in SP 23
Barbara Sasso (she/her/hers)
54:34
https://www.sjsu.edu/research/students/student-funding-opportunities/student-rsca-fellowship.php
Anusha Yellamsetty
55:03
Is it mandatory for the faculty to have their own funding to be a mentor ?
Anusha Yellamsetty
59:09
Thank you
Stacy V.
59:21
is the research project done in addition to our in lieu of course credits?
Vishnu Pendyala
01:00:53
Can the student still apply if she or he is already working as an RA with the advisor faculty?
Stacy V.
01:01:08
yes, advice please
Ramtej Pinisetty
01:01:15
yes please
Sherry T
01:01:20
yes. please
Areum Jensen
01:01:20
can students receive awards if more than one student apply under the same faculty under the big umbrella of funded project?
Karen Bell
01:01:56
https://www.linkedin.com/in/klbaud1/
Areum Jensen
01:04:08
thank you
Karen Bell
01:04:09
If there are any students in need of a mentor my research focuses on hearing, balance, and cognition. If you have an interest in those areas feel free to contact me. Karen.bell@sjsu.edu. I’ve also included the link to my LinkedIn for those who would like to have a look at my previous work.
Barbara Sasso (she/her/hers)
01:05:00
https://www.sjsu.edu/research/students/student-funding-opportunities/student-rsca-competition.php
Taylor Azizeh (she/her/hers)
01:05:17
Can a graduate student use this fellowship to support an already established project/thesis topic
Amara Aladi
01:05:48
Of 2022?
Ruvani Fonseka
01:06:25
is the student RSCA competition for spring 2022 or for the 2022-2023 academic year?
Emma Attard
01:06:36
Yes, 2022! Thanks @Amara!
Stacy V.
01:07:52
need to leave early for another appointment... will follow the end of the presentation after its posted. thank you!
Ruvani Fonseka
01:08:47
Thanks for clarifying! So it looks like the research competition is a good option for graduating seniors
Emma Attard
01:08:54
March 2nd you will be noticed if successful.
Len Lira, POLS/ CoSS
01:09:38
I have an interdisplinary grant that provides funding for faculty and student pairs. I can help pair students and faculty. I have one more funding pair available ($2K for Faculty, $1K for students) . You can use that connection to apply for this fellowship. Students interested in this opportunity, pls contact me at leonard.lira@sjsu.edu
Hoang-Vi Vu
01:09:50
thank you!
Jessica Trask
01:10:12
Here is the link to the instructions for the Responsible Conduct of Research training:
Jessica Trask
01:10:14
Human stem cells or embryonic tissues: If the project involves human adult stem cells (e.g. mesenchymal stem cells, hematopoietic stem cells, neural stem cells) or induced pluripotent stem cells (human somatic cells that are capable of dividing without differentiation in culture), the work requires review by a stem cell research oversight committee only if CIRM funds are being expended. If the project involves human embryonic stem cells, the research covered by the California Health and Safety Code, Section 125119(a)(1) and must be reviewed and approved by a stem cell research oversight committee before you begin the research.
Areum Jensen
01:10:17
thank you for information!
Jessica Trask
01:10:23
https://www.sjsu.edu/research/research-compliance/responsible-conduct-of-research/index.php
Taylor Azizeh (she/her/hers)
01:10:49
Thank you all.
Mario Chris
01:13:34
Is there a deadline for research compliance? Or do we only worry about that if our application is accepted?
Barbara Sasso (she/her/hers)
01:13:37
https://www.sjsu.edu/research/research-development/funding-opportunities/index.php
Mario Chris
01:15:17
Thank you!
Ruvani Fonseka
01:16:42
Thank you!