Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs
The Office of Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs (OFRSP) is located on the lower level of the O’Toole Library. The OFRSP offers assistance to faculty and administrators in locating, writing, and processing government grants. Also handled through the OFRSP, are internal faculty award applications such as those pertaining to fellowships and funds to do research.
You are invited to contact the Office of Faculty Research and Sponsored Programs by calling (201) 761-6300 (Debbie Kearney) or by emailing the Director, Rebecca Conley at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will gladly discuss and provide information on all internal and external funding opportunities.
A Celebration of 150 Years of Faculty Scholarship
A reception was held on Wednesday, November 3, 2021 to celebrate current research and also faculty scholarship in the past in honor of Saint Peter’s sesquicentennial year. During the last two academic years (July 1, 2019-June 30, 2021), products included 58 peer-reviewed journal articles, 28 magazine articles, 13 published conference proceedings, 9 book chapters, 8 published abstracts, 6 art exhibitions, 6 editorials, 6 book reviews, 5 newsletter articles, 4 books, 4 edited books, 3 documentaries, 1 encyclopedia entry, 1 newspaper article, and 1 government report for a total of 153 products.
Fifty-three members including three librarians, one dean, and one professor emerita faculty member, from all departments contributed at least one product. Brittany Hanson, Ph.D., Department of Psychology presented her work, When Elections Violate Moral Beliefs, Does Commitment to Democracy Stand?
The entire list of publications is included here.
A Celebration of Faculty Scholarship 2019
On Wednesday, October 30th, a writer’s reception was held for A Celebration of Faculty Scholarship in the O’Toole Library to honor faculty who had their work published. During the last two academic years (July 1, 2017-June 30, 2019), products included 92 peer-reviewed journal articles, 32 documentaries, 20 book chapters, 18 published conference proceedings, 15 published abstracts, 12 editorials, 12 book reviews, 12 art exhibitions, 11 books, 11 magazine articles, 10 edited books, 3 newspaper articles, 2 government reports, 1 encyclopedia entry, and 1 theater review for a total of 252 products. Sixty-eight members including two librarians, two deans, the provost, two emerita faculty members, and one retired distinguished faculty member from ALL departments contributed to the celebration. Research presentations were given by three faculty members:
Brandy Garrett Kluthe, Ph.D., Department of Biology
Using Biological Dating Techniques to Verify Folklore
Beth Adubato, Ph.D., Department of Criminal Justice
Football and Domestic Violence: Tackling the Issues
Scott Stoddart, Ph.D., Department of English
The Queer Aesthetics of Tom Ford’s Film Adaptations:
A Single Man and Nocturnal Animals
The entire list of publications is included here