RCA Faculty Awards Program

UPDATES

Congratulations to all recipients of the 17/18 RCA Faculty Awards Program! To see the full list, click here.

The competition for academic year 2018/19 will be announced in the fall.

The purpose of the RCA Awards Program is to support faculty research, scholarly, and creative activity, and to encourage faculty contributions to their disciplines. This program is funded in part through the CSU Chancellor's Office and Academic Affairs. It is administered by the RCA Subcommittee with support from the Office of Research Affairs.

Award recipients must produce a scholarly deliverable, such as an article or manuscript to be submitted for peer-reviewed publication, or a grant proposal, juried exhibition, performance, etc. Award recipients must also submit a required project report documenting the results of their work at the conclusion of the funding period.

All Unit 3 faculty are eligible and encouraged to apply (including full-time faculty, part-time faculty, temporary faculty, probationary and tenured faculty, lecturers, coaches, librarians, and counselors, as outlined in the Unit 3 Bargaining Agreement).

2017/18 Award Cycle

Competition Links

List of Award Recipients

Competition Statistics

Call for Proposals

Information for Awardees

If you received an award in 2017/18 and you have any anticipated changes in project scope or deliverables you must receive approval from the Chair of the RCA Subcommittee prior to proceeding with the change. Failure to alert the Chair or Research Affairs of contemplated changes may jeopardize aspects of your award. Click here to report a change.

To receive feedback on your proposal, email rca@csus.edu.

All awardees of the 2017/18 competition will be required to submit final reports through InfoReady Review. More details will be announced in 2018.

2017/18 Award Recipients

Tyler Arguello, Social Work

Mark Brown, Government

Jonas Cope, English

Susan Crawford, Chemistry

Elisabeth D'Angelo, Communication Sciences & Disorders

Mary Doyno, Humanities & Religious Studies

Jeffrey Dym, History

Patrick Ettinger, History

Julie Fogarty, Civil Engineering

Julian Fulton, Environmental Studies

Sharon Furtak, Psychology

Lynn Hanna, Family & Consumer Sciences

Jungyun Hur, Recreation, Parks, & Tourism Administration

Rebecca Kluchin, History

Hellen Lee, English

Angela Leslie, Education

Shawna Malvini Redden, Communication Studies

Danielle Martin, Government

Stephanie Mizrahi, Criminal Justice

Kimberly Mulligan, Biological Sciences

Pinar Muyan-Ozcelik, Computer Science

Hakan Ozcelik, Business Administration

Douglas Rice, English

Joseph Richards, Business Administration

Ghassan Shobaki, Computer Science

Mona Siegel, History

Jennie Singer, Criminal Justice

Heather Thompson & Ann Blanton, Communication Sciences & Disorders

Craig Timmons, Mathematics & Statistics

Ilhan Tuzcu, Mechanical Engineering

Amelia Vankeuren, Geology

Michael Vann, History

Amy Wagner, Geology

Chung-E Wang, Computer Science

Robert Wassmer, Public Policy & Administration

Joshua Wiscons, Mathematics & Statistics

David Zeanah, Anthropology

2016/17 Award Cycle

Information for Awardees

If you received an award in 2016/17 and you have any anticipated changes in project scope or deliverables you must receive approval from the Chair of the RCA Subcommittee prior to proceeding with the change. Failure to alert the Chair or Research Affairs of contemplated changes may jeopardize aspects of your award. Click here to report a change.

All awardees of the 2016/17 competition will be required to submit final reports through InfoReady Review. More details will be announced in the fall 2017 semester.