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Turning air into fuel: USC scientists convert carbon dioxide into methanol

The research could one day create a sustainable fuel source from greenhouse gas emissions.

Keck-led consortium finds gene changes that affect brain size

The identity of eight common mutations may one day reveal more about Alzheimer’s, autism and other neurological disorders.

Cayuse SP Post-Award Training Guides To ensure proper post-award administration, DCG will be developing guidance for requesting changes to units and post-award administrators.  As we develop further materials, we will be distributing them via DCG NewsFlashes and posting to the DCG website for … Continue reading

General Institutional Information

DCG Addresses  University Park Campus and Health Sciences Campus 3720 S. Flower St. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0701 Phone: (213) 740-7762 Fax: (213) 740-6070 Marina Campuses 4676 Admiralty Way, Suite 1001 Marina del Rey CA, 90292 Phone (310) 822-1511 Fax (310) 448-9108 … Continue reading

Provost New Strategic Directions for Research Award Recepients

2021 Provost New Strategic Directions for Research Awardees Meeting the Needs of Women of Color Living with HIV (WoCLWH) to Improve Resilience & ART Adherence During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond Toinette Frederick, Keck School of Medicine of USC Mariam … Continue reading

Life in the Subsurface

Researchers at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences have embarked on a five-year project to look for microorganisms hundreds of meters below the surface — in deep mineshafts, boreholes and other sites — as part of the … Continue reading

NEA Research Labs

  Slots:                                                     1                              Internal Deadline:                           Contact the Office of Research if interested. Part 1:                                                   March 30, 2020                                                 External Deadline:                          April 2-9, 2020 Award Information:                        Type:  Cooperative Agreement Estimated Number of Awards: Not mentioned in proposal. Anticipated Amount: $150,000 Submission … Continue reading

Funding Opportunities

The USC Office of Research offers faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and research administrators a wide range of information on funding sources for research and other scholarly projects. Internal Funding Opportunities These are competitions for awards internally at USC. Current Limited Submissions … Continue reading

NSF-15-576: Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC)

Slots:                                                    1. Only one Thematic Collections Networks (TCN) proposal may be submitted by any one … Continue reading

Arts and Humanities

To add or update a center/institute, please fill out our Research Centers & Institutes Form. Center for Advanced Genocide Research Since its founding in 2014, the USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research has concentrated its efforts on developing … Continue reading

Monthly Update – April 2021

This month’s updates from the Office of Research.

Health in Diverse Populations

Given the diversity of the Los Angeles region, USC is in a unique position to contribute to the scientific understanding of how humans behave and respond to clinical interventions, depending on ethnicity, gender, financial well-being, and many other factors. Diversity … Continue reading

Grants Management Training Refresher

Program Information The Grants Management Training for Faculty Refresher program is required for select faculty (as well as select non-faculty designated as a named PI/PD, Co-PI, or a Multi-PI) who have only previously completed the older version of Grants Management Training (when it … Continue reading

Rose Hills Research Fellowship

The Rose Hills Foundation is a legacy of the founders and directors of Rose Hills Memorial Park. The Foundation aims to fund research that has the potential to make a measurable impact to the greatest number of people, and, in … Continue reading

Is the Internet fueling social change or giving license to engage in lazy activism?

USC Dornsife scholars give insight into the influence of online political activism on society and on participants’ individual psyches.

Digital Scholar Workshop Series

Course Description SC CTSI is hosting four workshops this fall. They are designed to provide an overview of various digital scholarship approaches and hands-on training, applying new knowledge to advance research and career goals. Each of the workshops will have … Continue reading

Zumberge Diversity & Inclusion Recipients

Learn more about the Zumberge Diversity & Inclusion Award. 2021 Zumberge Diversity and Inclusion Awardees Sue Kim, Keck School of Medicine of USC Disparities in emergency department use among patients newly diagnosed with colon cancer Bo-Kyung Kim, School of Social … Continue reading

Core Facilities and Laboratories at UPC

USC has core facilities and laboratories located on several campuses. The list below consists of the facilities located at the University Park Campus (UPC) location and are sorted by research area. Maps: University Park Campus, Health Science Campus, Children’s Hospital … Continue reading

General Approaches for Mitigating COVID‐19 in All Research Contexts

Jump to: Health Screening Physical Distancing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Prerequisites for Opening a Building   Health Screening All researchers must check into the campus check‐in system prior to coming to campus, and declare their health state and building access … Continue reading

Deep Play

Three communications scholars hew through a thicket of misconceptions to show how online games, far from corrupting our youth, may help salvage our failing schools, take the guesswork out of economics and even bust up drug cartels.

Archived Newsflashes: 2011

Number Name Date Issued 69 Reminder: Launch of the New ePAR 12/23/2011 68 Announcing the Launch of the New ePAR 12/16/2011 67 DCG Winter Recess Closing 12/06/2011 66 eRA Commons Back Online and Available 11/22/2011 65 eRA Commons Currently Unavailable … Continue reading

Zumberge Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Research Award

The James H. Zumberge Research and Innovation Fund is USC’s university-wide faculty research grant support mechanism. It awards several hundred thousand dollars each year through its annual James H. Zumberge Awards competition. The Zumberge Fund promotes the initiation of research … Continue reading

Archived Newsflashes: 2013

Archive Number Name Date Issued 149 Significant Changes to NSF PAPPG 12/15/2013 148 Winter Recess Closing 12/04/2013 147 New Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (NSF 14-1) 11/19/2013 146 Revised Guidance of NIH Resumption of Extramural Activities 10/24/2013 145 … Continue reading

Ming Hsieh Institute Solicitation

Program Overview The Ming Hsieh Institute aims to make USC an international leader in translational cancer research that bridges basic science, engineered devices, synthesized molecules and materials, and medicine. Established in 2010 through a generous gift from Ming Hsieh (a … Continue reading

Grants Management Training for Staff

The Grants Management Training for Staff program is a two-course, online training module that is mandatory for all research administrators and other support staff who are seeking approval privileges on sponsored projects accounts. Program Information The Grants Management Training for Staff program is approximately … Continue reading