Grants Management

The Grants Management division is responsible for submitting all proposals for grants and contracts for research and other scholarly activities to public agencies (federal, state or local government), private non-profit research organizations (such as the American Heart Association) and industry (such as testing agreements and contracts). The Grants Management staff assists investigators in preparation and submission of all proposals. Except for certain fellowships awarded directly to individuals, principal investigators or program directors may not apply for or receive funding directly from sponsoring organizations without receiving University approval. All proposals must be processed through Grants Management at either the Main Campus or the Health Sciences Center.

The Grants Management division also works closely with the Office of Development and Alumni/ae Affairs to help secure funding for the University. The Grants Management division is responsible for assisting faculty in locating corporate and foundation support for specific activities. Research-related activities that involve corporate contracts also come under the purview of Grants Management. The Office of Development is responsible for the solicitation of private sector development funds from corporations, foundations, associations, and individuals. Therefore all proposals for sponsored projects to private foundations and corporations must be coordinated with and receive approval from both Grants Management and the Office of Development.

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