Welcome Cal U faculty and staff. This is your resource for helpful links and resources related to everything from teaching and research to grants and professional development.
Teaching and Research
The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) assists faculty members as they use smart classrooms and integrate other technology into the teaching and learning environment.
Sponsored Programs & Research
The Office of Sponsored Programs & Research assists with all aspects of grant applications and funding opportunities, including identifying funding sources, helping with proposal development and submission, and providing post-award guidance and support.
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
The Cal U Institutional Review Board is a standing committee, constituted according to federal regulations, that is responsible for ensuring that the rights and welfare of human research participants are protected. No research involving human subjects may be undertaken at Cal U without prior review by the IRB.
Faculty Professional Development Center (FPDC)
The Faculty Professional Development Center facilitates professional development opportunities that encourage faculty to engage in collaborative efforts related to teaching, scholarship, service and grant development.
7/30/2014, 8:30 AM 8/6/2014, - 11:00 PM
CAMP PROGRAMS The Skills Camp and Team Camp aim to maximize instruction time, keeping the coach-to-player ratio low. The goal is to improve each camper’s individual skills in all phases of the game. Each camper will have the opportunity to improve their individual skills in all six disciplines;... More
7/30/2014, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Students in grades 6-8 blend summer fun with project-based learning at Innovator Wednesdays, a weekly day camp beginning June 18 at Cal U's Center for Innovation at Southpointe, in Canonsburg, Pa. Classes will be conducted by Cal U personnel who are certified teachers. Sessions include hands-on, project-based... More
Environmental Health & Safety Office (Workers' Comp Info)Website Editing Training Session Schedule
The Threat Response, Assessment and Intervention Team (TRAIT) works to promote a secure environment for learning, teaching and work.