Each AAUP-funded internal grant has its own due date for project proposals to be submitted to Faculty Development. Here is a general time frame for grants:
Faculty Development Grants - mid-November
Curriculum Grants - early March
CSU Research Grants - 1st of February
Faculty Creative Activity Research Grants - March
Minority Recruitment and Retention Grants - mid-October and early March
You will receive a letter indicating whether or not your proposal has been funded.
While we keep this data on file, we also suggest that you keep a copy of any grant reports submitted to our Office in case of any discrepancy.
Each committee has its own respective criteria for a given grant. Please check the request for proposals and guidelines for the given grant.
The most common reason why a grant proposal does not get funded is because the project outlined in the document does not meet the criteria or fit the purview of the specific grant for which it has been submitted. Often, such proposals may be better suited for a different type of Faculty Development grant or funding source. Faculty Development offers recommendations for improving proposals and/or locating other funding sources. Another common reason a grant proposal does not get funded is because cycles have gotten more competitive over the years with an increased volume of proposals.
Part-time faculty members are eligible for Faculty Development Grants.
There is a two-week hold back period before you may anticipate your first Payroll check.
Sono Bana – Japanese
1206 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, 1.1 mi from campus
M-F 11:30am-2:30pm; 4:30pm-9:30pm
Delivery Available: sonobana.com, doordash.com, delivery.com, seamless.com, grubhub.com
Sushi Palace - Japanese
1473 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, 1.7 mi from campus
Pokemoto – Hawaiian Poke
2100 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, 2.8 mi from campus
Delivery Available: seamless.com, grubhub.com
Ibiza Restaurant – Spanish & Tapas Bar
1832 Dixwell Ave. #3105 Hamden, 2.7 mi from campus
Delivery Available: doordash.com
J.A. Bar & Grill
1372 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, 1.8 mi from campus
Delivery Available: doordash.com
Di Matteo’s Pizza & Restaurant – Italian
2100 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, 3.5 mi from campus
Delivery Available: doordash.com, slicelife.com
Ali Baba’s Fusion – Middle Eastern
986 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, 1 mi from campus
Delivery Available: grubhub.com, seamless.com, delivery.com
OZ Korean Kitchen – Korean
2775 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, 4.5 mi from campus
Delivery Available: doordash.com, delivery.com
China Wok – Chinese
1245 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, 1.6 mi from campus
Delivery Available: chinawokhamden.com
Chapel Street--Downtown New Haven
Pad Thai Restaurant – Thai
1170 Chapel St. New Haven, 3 mi from campus
Delivery Available: seamless, doordash, grubhub
Harvest Wine Bar & Restaurant – Urban Bistro
1104 Chapel St. New Haven, 2.9 mi from campus
Claire’s Corner Copia – Vegetarian
1000 Chapel St. New Haven, 2.7 mi from campus
Delivery Available: doordash
Shake Shack – Burgers
986 Chapel St. New Haven, 2.7 mi from campus
Delivery Available: grubhub, seamless, doordash
The Halal Guys – Middle Eastern
906 Chapel St. New Haven, 2.8 mi from campus
Delivery Available: postmates, doordash, seamless, grubhub
Sushi on Chapel – Japanese
1022 Chapel St. New Haven, 2.7 mi from campus
M-R 11:30am-3:00pm, 4:30pm-10:00pm
F-Sat 11:30am-3:00pm, 4:30pm-11:00pm
Delivery Available: doordash
Tandoor New Haven – Indian
1226 Chapel St. New Haven, 2.6 mi from campus
Delivery Available: tandoornewhaven.com, grubhub, eatstreet, seamless
Anaya Sushi & Ramen - Japanese
1150 Chapel St. New Haven, 2.9 mi from campus
Delivery Available: seamless, grubhub
Contact the Academic Computing Center, x26444, to set up your Windows and MySCSU accounts and login names and passwords. We also highly recommend you stop by the Faculty Technology Walk-In Center located in Buley Library, Room 309 A, x25061, for instruction on how to use the various platforms, applications and tools available to support your teaching.
Contact telecommunications at x25453.
In the case of a disruptive student, faculty should inform the Dean of Student Affairs, the Department Chairperson, and the Academic Dean in writing that a warning has been issued to a student. These guidelines are detailed in the SCSU Policy for Dealing with Disruptive Students. The University has a zero tolerance policy for classroom disruptions.
In the case of immediate danger, faculty should contact campus police at x25375. If you are dealing with a disruptive student, please contact Christopher Piscitelli, Director, Office of Student Conduct and Civil Responsibility, at x26188, email@example.com. If you have a student in your class who seems to be dealing with a given issue, please refer him or her to Counseling Services at x25475.
Please read the Promotion and Tenure guidelines.
Tuition Waiver is available for full-time faculty, their spouses and their children under the age of twenty-five if the members have at least one semester of service (see Article 13.13 of the AAUP/BOT Collective Bargaining Agreement). You must complete a Tuition Waiver form, obtained and approved in the Human Resources Office, and presented to the Bursar's Office when registering. This waiver may be used only on the four CSU campuses.
Please visit the policy on the Academic Affairs webpage.
You can use Navigate, a platform that provides a way for faculty and staff to organize services and communication to support student success. To set up your office hours in the system, you will only need to get into Navigate one time. The appointment will show up in your Outlook synced calendar and the student’s calendar and you both get a reminder of the appointment. All faculty and students (UG and G) already have access to Navigate. The way you hold your office hours is up to you. Many faculty are using a “virtual office” via WebEx, via video calls in Teams, or talking with students by phone. Please visit the Office of Online Learning webpage for more information on different platforms you might use for virtual office hours.
See video tutorials on how to use Navigate.