*Biotechnology Research Competition*
The California State University (CSU) is hosting a research competition for faculty members interested in biotechnology research and education.
The CSU Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB) provides funding for faculty in a variety of biotechnology disciplines including the life and physical sciences, math, computer science, engineering and business.
Funding areas include: new investigator, research development, entrepreneurial joint venture and curriculum development.
Proposals are due Monday, Feb. 3 at 5 p.m.
CSU Student Research Competition
The California State University Research Competition supports undergraduate and graduate scholarly research and creative activity. Current students and alumni who received their degrees in 2013 are eligible. Research presented should be appropriate to the students’ discipline and career goals.
The ten categories are:
- Behavioral and Social Sciences
- Biological and Agricultural Sciences
- Business, Economics, and Public Administration
- Creative Arts and Design
- Engineering and Computer Science
- Health, Nutrition, and Clinical Sciences
- Humanities and Letters
- Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Written research summaries are due Feb. 3, 2014. HSU students selected as delegates compete at California State University East Bay on May 2 or 3, 2014. Only students endorsed by HSU can enter the statewide competition. For more information, click here.