Office of Scholarship & Sponsored Projects (OSSP)
The Office of Scholarship and Sponsored Projects (OSSP) supports Pacific University’s faculty, students, and staff in their endeavors to conduct scholarly work and to secure extramural funding for research and scholarly inquiry. This support allows Pacific’s community members to engage in discovery in all of its forms and to fulfill all aspects of the University’s mission.
OSSP is fully operational and staff are working remotely. Please direct inquiries to email@example.com.
In-person human subjects research, occurring in the context of the COVID-19 epidemic and public health directives, requires additional approval by the Institutional Review Board. Additional requirements have been implemented to protect our participants, researchers, students, and the larger community from the risk of infection. Please see Pacific's IRB website for information and resources. To the extent possible, studies involving human subjects should be done remotely (e.g., online communications, online Qualtrics surveys, phone interviews), as approved by the IRB.
Research Options in the COVID-19 Era: Here is a list of suggestions for alternatives to in-person or lab-based research to support faculty and student research, scholarship, and capstone opportunities.
Research Resumption Planning Guide: The State of Oregon’s Higher Education Coordinating Commission and the Oregon Health Authority issued directions for the resumption of certain research activities at Oregon’s colleges and universities under current public health orders. Faculty, researchers, lab managers, and project staff may develop a plan for a staged return to research projects and labs as public health directives allow. At this time, a research resumption plan should focus on moving from a ramp-down status to a Phase 3 status.
This document provides guidance in developing a research resumption plan, as public health and university directives allow. Research resumption plans must clearly address multiple issues, including physical distancing, personal protection equipment (PPE) requirements, and cleaning and disinfecting protocols. Additional issues may also need to be included to protect the health and safety of faculty, students, staff, participants, and the Pacific community. (You can find a Word version of the planning questions here.)
Ann Barr-Gillespie, PhD, DPT | Vice President, Academic Affairs and Provost
Jo Isgrigg, PhD | Director, Office of Scholarship & Sponsored Projects
Breanna Hugon, MA | Research Integrity and Compliance Officer
D. Chad Johnson, MPH | Area Health Education Center Regional Center Director
Dianne Brown | Administrative Assistant
Research Integrity Officer (for Reporting Research Misconduct) | firstname.lastname@example.org
Institutional Review Board | email@example.com
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee | firstname.lastname@example.org
Institutional Biosafety Committee | email@example.com
Office of Scholarship and Sponsored Projects | firstname.lastname@example.org
IRBNet login webpage
CITI Training login webpage