Research Rocks. 

Have an exciting idea but need the resources to make it happen? We can help!

The Office of Research, Scholarship, and Innovation (ORSI) is a catalyst that empowers Nazareth faculty, staff, and students to recognize their potential for impact and innovation. We support the dynamic research, scholarship, and creative activity being done on campus through external and internal funding, coaching, professional development, programming, research administration, and more. 

Resources for Faculty and Staff

Learn how to apply for and manage external funding, find internal funding opportunities, browse workshops, and see upcoming locations for ORSI's roaming office hours for faculty and staff. 

Resources for Students

Apply for the Graduate Student Professional Development Fund, get excited for the Creative Activity and Research Showcase (CARS), and learn about student research opportunities. 

Policies, Procedures, and Forms

Frequently Asked Questions for Current Grant Holders

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Creative Activity and Research Showcase

The annual CARS college-wide symposium celebrates students' creative and scholarly work. Each student participant has a faculty sponsor.

Kimber Rouland

Prof. Rebecca Rouland collaborates with Izzy Kimber '21 on postpartum depression research

The SPARK Grant is just one opportunity that makes it possible for faculty to work with students on robust research experiences. Prof. Rebecca Rouland, Ph.D. (social work), pictured (on right) with Izzy, collaborated with Izzy Kimber (social work, '21) during summer '19. Dr. Rouland's research focuses on how to best identify, screen for, understand, and treat postpartum depression.

Their Goal: Use the findings to promote evidence-based practices among all types of health care providers who work with parents experiencing postpartum depression.

Izzy says that the experience was helpful as she prepares for graduate school. "Doing something that interests me and that I am passionate about is when I do my best work. Knowing that fuels me to follow what I love, even if it will take a long time to reach all of my goals," she says. She hopes to someday initiate her own research projects that move her towards her future career goal of being a forensic interviewer. 

Honor: Izzy was selected for the 2019 New York State Social Work Student of the Year Award