RESEARCH RESOURCES

Fulbright Scholar Programs

Information about the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Programs is available on the Council for International Exchange of Scholars’s website.

Also, you can watch the USC Fulbright Day U.S. Scholar Program Information Session that took place on May 10, 2016. In this 1.5 hour session, Sophia Yang, Program Officer, Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, walks you through the different programs and answers questions from the attendees. View the Fulbright PowerPoint Presentation (PDF).

Faculty should contact the dean of faculty at their school for additional details regarding Fulbright funding opportunities that may be available.

Training Portal

In cooperation with the SC Clinical and Translational Science Institute, a new “Research Training Finder” has been created. Use this website to quickly determine what training is required for you, your staff and your students, based on the type of research that you do.

Internal Research Proposal Portal

A new simpler portal for submission of internal research proposals including both external proposals that are institutionally limited and internal funding programs, such as Zumberge and the Collaboration Fund, is now available. As in the past, these competitions will all be listed on the website of the Office of Research. In addition, research deans will distribute announcements through their regular email distributions.

Opportunity Finder

“Grant Forward” is the university’s designated search engine to identify funding opportunities that match faculty interests. Creating a profile online will enable you to receive customized messages on opportunities that match your interests.

Core Laboratories

The staff in the Office of Research continue to work on making it easier to identify resources available through USC’s core laboratories. At this time the university has 41 core facilities using the CORES billing software.

Guide to Research at USC

The latest version of the guide to research services and process at USC is available on the website of the Office of Research.

Last updated August 5, 2016