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President’s Scholar Support Fund

The President’s Scholar Support Funds are to be used primarily to support research, creative, and other scholarly presentation activities. Eligible faculty and students must first have their research, creative, and other scholarly presentation activities approved by their Colleges or the Library. Faculty are eligible to receive $1,000 in travel support from the President’s Scholar Support [...]

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Sabbatical and DIP Leave Reporting For 2012/13

October 1st, 2012 was the deadline for applying for a DIP or sabbatical for 2013-14. Please note: faculty returning from sabbatical or DIP leaves are required to submit a report on their leave activities within 3 months after resumption of active duty. As you know, the College Deans have been delegated the authority to acknowledge [...]

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Travel

The College provides two forms of funding support for travel, The President’s Scholar Support Funds and CPS funding. The President’s Scholar Support Funds provides up to $1,000 for faculty who will be presenting their research, creative, and other scholarly activities. Eligible faculty and students must first have their research, creative, and other scholarly presentation activities [...]

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MSF Supplemental Funds

“Supplemental” MSF funds are those discretionary MSF funds held at the college rather than allocated to individual units within the college. If units have a need for MSF funds over and beyond their departmental allocation, then they should follow the procedure in the Call for Proposal document below. The deadline for receipt of additional supplemental [...]

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CPS Overtime Approval Form

All overtime work compensable by either premium hours for pay or premium hours for CTO and straight hours for pay or straight hours for CTO must be approved in writing in advance by the Dean of the College of Professional Studies. Documentation of approval must be maintained with office payroll records until the end of [...]

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Notice Regarding Purchasing Technology

Departments proposing to purchase new technology equipment and software should complete this form prior to any purchase. Broad consultation will insure the appropriate product is purchased and supported appropriately by the college and campus. The form should be submitted to the college’s Academic Computing Technology Committee c/o David Pearson GH 214, or email cps@humboldt.edu. Equipment [...]

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Budget Related Templates

The following templates are provide to help track various funding requests, funding sources and expenditures. If you need a mechanism for tracking expenditures against an allocation of funds, you may find one, or all of these spreadsheets helpful: Student Assistant Tracking Template; Travel Request Tracking Template; Budget Expenditure Proposal Template; and Department Budget Tracking Template. [...]

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President’s Lottery Fund Proposal

The President is making available $265,000 in lottery funds to the campus to propose initiatives focused on improving student success. There are no proposal guidelines.  Please keep the proposals brief–no longer than one page, with a budget and budget narrative. Keep in mind: the proposal must adhere to the California State Lottery Act of 1984 [...]

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Trust Fund Transfer Request

Some Trust Account expenses incurred at the departmental level may be reimbursed by the College Office Trust account pending prior approval. Fill out the Trust Fund Request Form below and submit it to the College Office for approval. A worksheet is also provided for your convenience, but does not need to be included in your [...]

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Sustainable Programs Initiative (SPI)

The College of Professional Studies invites departments to submit project proposals related to course transformation, which may be based on concurrent enrollment, a hybrid, or distance or distributed learning; fee-for-service; or “gateway” course changes (e.g., offering additional instruction sessions) to improve student learning outcomes, retention, and success in the context of inclusive excellence. Request for [...]

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