The mission of the Office of Research Services in the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services is to enrich the research climate in the college by supporting proposal development; providing statistical consulting services; providing methodological training for graduate students; and nurturing faculty and graduate student research and collaboration.
Statistical Consulting Studio
The Statistical Consulting Studio provides support to CEHS faculty and graduate student in the form of individualized appointments, small group training, and methodological workshops. Services are available at all stages of the research process, from study design to writing up results, for publications (including journal articles, theses, and dissertations), as well as grant submissions.
Seed Grants are internal grants that help USU faculty to “grow” their potential to obtain external funding by supporting preliminary studies and other research activities aimed at strengthening a specific external grant proposal. The USU Office of Research provides competitive Seed Grant opportunities in two cycles each fiscal year. Descriptions of the procedures, internal deadlines, and CEHS proposal development services related to Seed Grants are described here.