Guidance and resources for the CSU San Marcos research community about how to safely reactiviate and/or ramp-up onsite activity during COVID-19.
**The information below outlines how to request campus- or field-based research, scholarship, or creative activity reactivation that is compliant with CSU, County and State health ordinances. Update: As of Feb 18, 2021, the RRC is again approving campus- or field-based research, scholarship or creative activity requests and requests for additional researchers. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Step 1: Complete and submit the correct Reactivating Research Health & Safety Plan (RRHSP) form
Step 2: Submit your Research Activity Intake Form (RAIF)
Step 3: The RRHSP and RAIF will be reviewed by the appropriate Dean and Safety, Health & Sustainability (SHS), and then sent to the Research Reactivation Committee (RRC) for final approval. If approved, SHS will then connect with you to finalize a Reactivation Plan for your research.Please be patient as the approval process takes time. From full submission to approval typically takes about 2 weeks but may take more or less time depending on the number of requests.
Step 4: Once campus- or field-based research, scholarship, or creative activity has been approved for you and your space, you may seek approval for students or paid researchers to begin related efforts. Information about this process will be emailed to you after your plan is approved by the RRC.
The Research Reactivation Committee (RRC) oversees final approval for all Reactivation plans for campus- or field-based research. Current members are:
Trina Beckwith, Director - Sponsored Projects
Dr. Charles De Leone, Interim Dean of Graduate Studies & Research
Dr. Regina Eisenbach, Dean of Academic Advising and Academic Programs
Regina Frasca, Director - Safety, Health & Sustainability
Dr. Sean Newcomer, Faculty
Dr. Deborah Kristan, Interim Dean of CEHHS