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Sponsored Projects Office


All proposal materials are required five days prior to the submission deadline.

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The Sponsored Projects Office (SPO) supports the teaching and research mission of the University by providing a full range of services to faculty and staff at every stage of the grant process from initial inquiry, through proposal development, review and submission, to grant management and final closeout.



The Sponsored Projects Office assists with:

  1. Finding funding opportunities
  2. Proposal development and submission
  3. Award review and management in InfoEd
  4. Award accounting
  5. Financial report submissions


  1. Ensures eligibility to apply
  2. Understands and interprets funder requirements
  3. Informs PI of any specific requirements
  4. Ensures all forms are completed
  5. Assists with budget development


  1. Negotiates award terms and conditions
  2. Reviews terms and conditions and reporting requirements
  3. Sens monthly account statements
  4. Prepares and submits financial reports
  5. Coordinates project audits by sponsors
Have a question?

Pre and post-award FAQ's and other frequently needed information.


All proposal materials are required five days prior to submission deadline.

Staff and Contact Information

COVID-19 Institutional and Agency Responses and Additional Resources

The Council On Governmental Relations (COGR) has compiled a website and resource list with information for Federal Awards that are currently impacted by the COVID-19 situation (NIH, NSF, NEH, etc.) Please see the link below:

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Training Video from NIH NCURA Workshop

This training video provides a primary basis of understanding of proposals to and awards from the National Institute of Health (NIH). Original workshop took place on March 13th, 2019.