The Research Office at Rutgers University–Camden supports faculty and student research across the campus by working with faculty and students to identify appropriate funding and collaborative opportunities to advance their work. Additionally, the Research Office hosts events to promote ongoing research and creative activities.
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The Research Office
Vice Chancellor for Research
The vice chancellor is the administrative leader of the research office, working to implement and expand programs to support faculty and student research at Rutgers University–Camden. Dr. Piccoli earned his Ph.D. from SISSA-ISAS in Trieste, Italy, and is the Joseph and Loretta Lopez Chair in Mathematics.
The research coordinator works with faculty to identify funding and collaborative research opportunities. This includes monitoring grant announcements regularly to match them with appropriate faculty research projects. Additionally, the research coordinator will assist faculty members and students in developing and organizing grant submissions and is responsible for organizing events to promote faculty research, including the Chancellor’s New Faculty Research Symposium, the Chancellor’s Spring Research Symposium, and the Research Bites series.
Upcoming Events and Deadlines
The Research Council is a committee of faculty that advises the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs on faculty awards, which are made as the result of peer review of requests submitted by the faculty for funding of research and other scholarly and creative activities. The Research Council also provides subvention for certain categories of scholarly books. Restrictions are specified in the guidelines. Questions? Contact Kathy Jo Cotterill. Applications due at 5 p.m. Friday, March 27.
Event: Chancellor's Spring Research Symposium
Date: Monday, May 4
Time: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Campus Center
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