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April 2010

April 2010

Wishing Everyone a Beautiful and Sunny Start to Spring!!

As always, please allow extra time for our office to assist you in processing your grant proposals to avoid unnecessary delays or missed deadlines.


REMINDER: Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  Updates from the Director

We wish to remind faculty recipients of National Science Foundation (NSF) awards that any students supported by NSF funds (undergrad, graduate, and post doc) must complete Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training.  JMU is offering this training through the CITI training system at: https://www.citiprogram.org/default.asp?language=english
PAR forms and Financial Aid payments to student participants and employees on NSF awards will be not be processed until completion of the RCR training is verified.

Similarly, NIH also has RCR training requirements Effective 1/25/2010:

“NIH requires that all trainees, fellows, participants and scholars receiving support through any new or renewal NIH training, career development award (individual or institutional), research education grant and dissertation research grant must receive instruction in responsible conduct of research. The policy will take effect with all new and renewal applications submitted on or after Jan. 25, 2010, and for all continuation (Type 5) applications with deadlines on or after Jan. 1, 2011. http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-10-019.html

Contents of the Announcement specifically address Format, Subject Matter, Faculty Participation, Duration of Instructions, and Frequency of Instruction.  The notice "1) develops principles based on 20 years’ experience of providing instruction in responsible conduct of research by the scientific research community; 2) is more specific about who should participate, how often instruction should occur, and the form that instruction should take; 3) addresses issues that have arisen as the practice of biomedical, behavioral and clinical science has evolved; and 4) provides guidance to applicants, peer reviewers and NIH staff in determining how well specific plans for instruction in responsible conduct of research compare with the best practices accumulated over the past two decades by the research training community."

Compliance Corner

National Science Foundation Posts Revised Policy and Procedures Guide

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently posted a revised version of its Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (NSF 10-1), effective for proposals submitted on or after Jan. 4, 2010. The Guide is divided into two main parts: the Grant Proposal Guide and the Award and Administration Guide. At the beginning of each part, NSF lists a "summary of significant changes" included in the 2010 revision. One important change is the inclusion of the mentoring requirement of the America COMPETES Act. A proposal requesting funding to support post-doc researchers must include a description of the mentoring activities that will be provided for these individuals, as outlined in the Aug. 20 Federal Register. Another provision in the act implemented in the Guide is that, "Within 90 days following expiration of the grant, a project outcomes report for the general public must be submitted electronically via Research.gov." NSF cautions that the April 2009 version of the Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (NSF 09-29) remained in effect through Jan. 3, 2010.
Link to NSF 10-1: www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=nsf101.
Link to NSF 09-29: www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=nsf0929.

National Science Foundation Launches Web Page to Further Transparency

While most of Washington, D.C. was digging out from its storm of the century, the National Science Foundation (NSF) was launching a new "open government" Web page. According to the agency, the Web page will allow the public to submit ideas and "comment on and vote for ideas proposed. ... In addition to welcoming general ideas and comments, NSF specifically seeks input regarding access to large data sets and collaborations that aim to facilitate transformative research." The page includes a set of links to NSF reports and data including research grant funding rates, information on grants management and research spending and results, and the NSF's fiscal 2008 Freedom of Information Act report. This Web page, and similar ones from other federal agencies, is an outgrowth of President Obama’s administration's Open Government Directive (see www.whitehouse.gov/Open).
Link: www.nsf.gov/open

National Institutes of Health Receives 2% Funding Boost, May 1st Deadline to Complete Conflict of Interest Regulations

The fiscal 2010 Omnibus Appropriations Act (Pub. L. No. 111-117), which was signed by President Obama last month, gives the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding of $31 billion, or 2.3% more than in 2009, according to an article in the NIH Office of Extramural Research's January newsletter, Nexus. Although not mentioned in the newsletter, the act also requires the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, by May 1, "to amend regulations at 42 CFR Part 50 Subpart F for the purpose of strengthening federal and institutional oversight and identifying enhancements, including requirements for financial disclosure to institutions, governing financial conflicts of interest among extramural investigators receiving grant support from the National Institutes of Health." NIH already has a start on this effort, having issued an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking on conflict of interest last May (see http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-09-099.html).
Link to Nexus: http://nexus.od.nih.gov/nexus/nexus.aspx?Month=01&Year=2010
Link to legislation: www.thomas.gov (search for H.R. 3288 or Public Law No. 111-117).

National Institutes of Health Submission Guidelines

• Beginning Jan. 25, applications for the National Institutes of Health Institutional Training and Institutional Career Development Programs must now be submitted electronically through Grants.gov using the SF424 (R&R) forms.

• Other changes include implementing the Enhancing Peer Review Initiative, removal of new investigator checkbox, elimination of the personal data form and implementing new and early stage investigator policies, among other changes. Be sure to update and monitor your NIH Personal Profile as some of these items transition to information provided there.

• For a complete list of changes, visit: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-10-016.html

• Researchers can also view a video about the new peer review process at: http://enhancing-peer-review.nih.gov/application_changes_video.html

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News Items
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Funding Resources & Announcements - "HOT" LINKS
  Please visit the "funding sources" link at the following website for program listings and searchable databases.


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Selected Funding Opportunities

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Health Services Research Program

The American Nurses Foundation
Nursing Research Grants Program
The American Psychological Association

Scientific Conferences

United Engineering Foundation


The National Endowment for the Arts

Learning in the Arts for Children and Youth
Challenge America Fast-Track

The National Institutes of Health
Academic Research Enhancement Awards
Small Research Grant Program
The National Institute of Standards and Technology

Measurement Science and Engineering (MSE) Research Grants Program

The National Science Foundation

American Competitiveness in Chemistry-Fellowship (ACC-F)
Antarctic Research
Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (TUES)

The National Trust for Historic Preservation

National Trust Preservation Fund

Newell Rubbermaid


The Department of the Interior

Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program

The American Honda Foundation

Institutional Grants for Youth and Science Education

The United States Department of Agriculture
Childhood Obesity Prevention Challenge
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  Health Services Research Projects
  • This announcement expresses AHRQ priority interests for ongoing extramural grants for research, demonstration, dissemination, and evaluation projects to: (a) support improvements in health outcomes, (b) strengthen quality measurement and improvement, and (c) identify strategies to improve access, foster appropriate use, and reduce unnecessary expenditures.
  • Eligibility: Public or non-profit private institution, such as a university, college, or a faith-based or community-based organization; Units of local or State government; Eligible agencies of the Federal government; Indian/Native American Tribal Government (Federally Recognized); Indian/Native American Tribal Government (Other than Federally Recognized); and, Indian/Native American Tribally Designated Organizations.
  • Funding: The total costs awarded under this announcement will not exceed $300,000 annually for the entire project period.
  • Web: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-070.html
  • Deadline: June 5, 2010
  Nursing Research Grants Program
  • The purpose of the American Nurses Foundation (ANF) Nursing Research Grants Program is to encourage the research career development of all nurses. To effectively achieve this goal, the program supports research of beginning and experienced nurse researchers. Applicants must designate themselves as either a "beginning" or "experienced" nurse researcher.
  • Eligibility: In all award categories, the principal investigator must be a licensed registered nurse who has obtained at least one degree, either a baccalaureate degree or higher, in nursing. Beginning researcher: A nurse who has no more than three research-based publications in referenced journals and has received, as principal investigator, no more than $15,000 in extramural funding in one particular research area. Experienced researcher: A nurse who has more than three research-based journal\publications and has received more than $15,000 as principal investigator, in research funding since their degree.
  • Funding: Awards for 2010 range from $3,500 to $28,000.
  • Web: http://www.anfonline.org/MainCategory/NursingResearchGrant.aspx
  • Deadline: May 3, 2010
  Scientific Conferences
  • The Science Directorate of the American Psychological Association (APA) is seeking proposals for research conferences in psychology. The purpose of this program is to promote the exchange of important new contributions and approaches in scientific psychology. The APA is open to innovative ways to hold conferences. Applicants who have experimental methods for sharing knowledge are urged to contact the Science Directorate to discuss the possibility of obtaining funding through this program (e.g., scientific conference held through electronic mail).

  • Funding: Grant money, ranging from $500 to $20,000 is available. The conference must also be supported by the host institution with direct funds, in-kind support, or a combination of the two.
  • Web: http://www.apa.org/about/awards/confer2.aspx
  • Deadline: June 1, 2010
  •  The United Engineering Foundation advances the engineering arts and sciences for the welfare of humanity. It supports engineering and education by, among other means, making grants. Grants should be consistent with advancing engineering. The UEF Board of Trustees evaluates and judges proposals in view of the UEF mission, the perceived ability of the proposal and proposer(s) to further that mission, and the available funding. While all proposals meeting established deadlines and page requirements will be considered, certain UEF preferences should be understood by proposers: (a) Broad-based, interdisciplinary proposals that further the engineering profession as a whole are preferred. (b) Multiple-year proposals are welcome, but funding is awarded for a single year only. Proposals for subsequent years follow procedures identical to that of single-year proposals. No commitment for funding of subsequent years of a multiple-year project should be inferred from funding of a prior year. (c) Projects that are outside "business as usual" of the proposing organization are preferred. (d) Technical research proposals and proposals by individuals are seldom accepted.

  • Eligibility: Proposals are accepted from not-for-profit organizations, individuals, and groups of such entities.
  • Funding: It is anticipated that total funding available for 2011 will be in the $700,000 to $750,000 range.
  • Web: http://www.uefoundation.org/grants.html
  • Deadline: June 1, 2010

Learning in the Arts for Children and Youth

  • The Learning in the Arts for Children and Youth category offers funding for projects that help children and youth acquire knowledge and understanding of and skills in the arts. Projects must provide participatory learning and engage students with skilled artists, teachers, and excellent art. Funded projects apply national or state arts education standards. All projects submitted to the Learning in the Arts category must include: (a) Experience - Students and their teachers will have the chance to experience exemplary works of art -- in live form where possible. (b) Study - Through the guidance of teachers, teaching artists, and cultural organizations, students will study works of art in order to understand the cultural and social context from which they come, and to appreciate the technical and/or aesthetic qualities of each work. Where appropriate, study will include the acquisition of skills relevant to practicing the art form. (c) Performance - Informed by their experience and study, students will create artwork. In the case of literature, the primary creative activities will be writing and/or recitation. (d) Assessment - Students will be assessed according to national or state arts education standards. Where appropriate, projects will employ multiple forms of assessment including pre- and post-testing.
  • Eligibility: Nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3), U.S. organizations; units of state or local government; or federally recognized tribal communities or tribes may apply. Applicants may be arts organizations, local arts agencies, arts service organizations, local education agencies (school districts), and other organizations that can help advance the goals of the Arts Endowment.
  • Areas: All entries must be one-act plays fewer than 40 pages in length and must be original, unproduced, and unpublished at the time of submission.
  • Funding: An organization may request a grant amount from $5,000 to $150,000. Most grant awards will range from $10,000 to $100,000. Few grants will be awarded below $10,000; grants of $100,000 or more will be made only in rare instances, and only for projects that the Arts Endowment determines demonstrate exceptional national or regional significance and impact. All grants require a nonfederal match of at least 1 to 1.
  • Web: http://www.arts.gov/grants/apply/GAP11/LITA.html
  • Deadline: June 10, 2010

Challenge America Fast-Track

  • The Challenge America Fast-Track category offers support primarily to small and mid-sized organizations for projects that extend the reach of the arts to underserved populations--those whose opportunities to experience the arts are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics, or disability. Age alone (e.g., youth, seniors) does not qualify a group as underserved; at least one of the underserved characteristics noted here also must be present. This category, as an essential component of the Arts Endowment's goal of providing wide access to artistic excellence, supports local projects that can have significant effects within communities. Grants are available for professional arts programming and for projects that emphasize the potential of the arts in community development.
  • Funding: $10,000 per award.
  • Web: http://www.arts.gov/grants/apply/GAP11/Challenge.html
  • Deadline: May 27, 2010

Academic Research Enhancement Awards

  • The AREA program will enable qualified scientists to receive support for small-scale research projects. These grants are intended to create a research opportunity for scientists and institutions otherwise unlikely to participate extensively in NIH programs to support the Nation's biomedical and behavioral research effort. It is anticipated that investigators supported under the AREA program will benefit from the opportunity to conduct independent research; that the grantee institution will benefit from a research environment strengthened through AREA grants and furthered by participation in the diverse extramural programs of the NIH; and that available students will benefit from exposure to and participation in scientific research in the biomedical, behavioral and clinical sciences. The AREA program is a research grant program and not a training or fellowship program. Active involvement of undergraduate and graduate students in the proposed research is encouraged, and reviewers will consider whether the proposed project will expose undergraduate (preferably, if available) and graduate students to meritorious research. However, the application should not focus on training objectives and training plans should not be provided.
  • Eligibility: Applications are accepted from institutions of higher education that: (1) offer baccalaureate or advanced degrees in the sciences related to biomedical and behavioral and meet the requirement of receiving research grants and/or cooperative agreements from the NIH totaling not more than $6 million per year (in both direct and F&A/indirect costs) in each of four (4) or more of the last seven (7) years; and (2) are a "Health professional school/college" or "other academic component" at a university/college. See the web site for details.
  • Funding: Applicants may request a maximum of $300,000 total direct costs plus applicable Facilities & Administrative (F&A)/indirect costs for the entire project period of up to three years. Note when a consortium is involved, the $300,000 direct cost limit is exclusive of consortium F&A costs. These can be requested in addition to the $300,000 direct costs limit.
  • Web: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/area.htm
  • Deadline: June 25, 2010

Small Research Grant Program

  • The National Institutes of Health seeks applications for the Investigator-Initiated Small Grant (R03) to support small research projects that can be carried out in a short period of time with limited resources. R03 projects may include, but are not limited to: pilot or feasibility studies; secondary analysis of existing data; small, self-contained research projects; development of research methodology; and development of new research technology.
  • Eligibility: Colleges and universities; for-profit organizations, including small businesses; non-profit organizations; state, local, special district and Native American governments; independent school districts; and Native American organizations, among others.
  • Funding: $100,000 per award over a two-year period.
  • Web: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-064.html
  • Deadline: June 16, 2010

Measurement Science and Engineering (MSE) Research Grants Program

  • The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announces that the following programs are soliciting applications for financial assistance for FY 2010: (1) the Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory Grants Program; (2) the Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory Grants Program; (3) the Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory Grants Program; (4) the Physics Laboratory Grants Program; (5) the Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory Grants Program; (6) the Building Research Grants and Cooperative Agreements Program; (7) the Fire Research Grants Program; (8) the Information Technology Laboratory Grants Program; (9) the NIST Center for Neutron Research Grants Program; and (10) Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology Grants Program; and (11) the Technology Services Grants Program. For all programs listed in this notice applications will be considered on a continuing basis. For all programs except the Fire Research Grants Program, applications received after June 1, 2010 may be processed and considered for funding under this solicitation in the current fiscal year or in the next fiscal year, subject to the availability of funds. For the Fire Research Grants Program, applications received after January 15, 2010 may be processed and considered for funding under this solicitation in the current fiscal year or in the next fiscal year, subject to the availability of funds.
  • Web: http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?&mode=VIEW&oppId=50883
  • Deadline: June 1, 2010

American Competitiveness in Chemistry-Fellowship (ACC-F)

  • The American Competitiveness in Chemistry-Fellowship program is a program to support postdoctoral associates in chemistry. It seeks to (1) build ties between academic and industrial, and/or national laboratory, and/or Chemistry Division-funded center researchers (partners) and (2) involve beginning scientists in efforts to broaden participation in chemistry. Fellows will pursue research with industrial, and/or national laboratory, and/or Chemistry Division-funded center partners that will enrich their in-house research program. In addition, fellows will develop and implement their own plans for broadening participation in the chemical sciences. Successful applicants must propose a well-integrated, synergistic research plan with their chosen affiliate as well as an effective outreach plan that will broaden participation by underrepresented groups in chemistry. The research must be in a thematic area that is supported by the NSF Division of Chemistry. The Program will support Fellows for two years of postgraduate study. The Chemistry Division envisions that Postdoctoral Fellows with successful programs who pursue careers in academia will have opportunities for significant additional funding, either through supplements to their original ACC-F award, or through new awards from the Division.
  • Eligibility: Fellowship proposals may be submitted by a US university, college, or non-profit, non-academic organization with the prospective Fellow as the Principal Investigator (PI). Fellowship proposals may also be submitted by individuals who are unaffiliated or who are affiliated with for-profit organizations, state or local governments or federal agencies.
  • Funding: $2 million for about 10 awards.
  • Web: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=503237
  • Deadline: May 6, 2010

Antarctic Research

  • Scientific research and operational support of that research are the principal activities supported by the United States Government in Antarctica. The goals are to expand fundamental knowledge of the region, to foster research on global and regional problems of current scientific importance, and to use Antarctica as a platform from which to support research. The U.S. Antarctic Program provides support for field work only when a compelling justification exists for doing the work in Antarctica (i.e., the work can only be done, or is best done, in Antarctica). The program also supports Antarctic-related analytical research performed at home organizations.
  • Funding: $22 million in FY 2010, plus up to $30 million in outyear increments for continuing awards. It is estimated that about 50 awards will be made.
  • Web: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5519
  • Deadline: May 25, 2010

Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

  • The Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (TUES) program seeks to improve the quality of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for all undergraduate students. This solicitation especially encourages projects that have the potential to transform undergraduate STEM education, for example, by bringing about widespread adoption of classroom practices that embody understanding of how students learn most effectively. Thus transferability and dissemination are critical aspects for projects developing instructional materials and methods and should be considered throughout the project's lifetime. More advanced projects should involve efforts to facilitate adaptation at other sites. The program supports efforts to create, adapt, and disseminate new learning materials and teaching strategies to reflect advances both in STEM disciplines and in what is known about teaching and learning. It funds projects that develop faculty expertise, implement educational innovations, assess learning and evaluate innovations, prepare K-12 teachers, or conduct research on STEM teaching and learning. It also supports projects that further the work of the program itself, for example, synthesis and dissemination of findings across the program. The program supports projects representing different stages of development, ranging from small, exploratory investigations to large, comprehensive projects.
  • Funding: $35.8 million for 94-108 awards.
  • Web: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5741
  • Deadline: May 26, 2010

National Trust Preservation Fund

  • Grants from National Trust Preservation Funds (NTPF) are intended to encourage preservation at the local level by providing seed money for preservation projects. These grants help stimulate public discussion, enable local groups to gain the technical expertise needed for particular projects, introduce the public to preservation concepts and techniques, and encourage financial participation by the private sector. A small grant at the right time can go a long way and is often the catalyst that inspires a community to take action on a preservation project.
  • Eligibility: Public agencies, 501(c) (3), and other nonprofit organizations are eligible.
  • Funding: Grants generally range from $500 to $5,000. The selection process is very competitive. Applicants are encouraged to develop proposals carefully and to complete the application form with the assistance and guidance of the National Trust regional office serving their state. The review process is generally completed within six weeks of the application deadlines, and applicants are notified in writing once the review process is complete.
  • Web: http://www.nationaltrust.org/funding/nonprofit.html#endowment
  • Deadline: June 1, 2010


  • Newell Rubbermaid provides funding for the following: preK and child development; K-12 in-classroom education programs; accredited professional, trade or technical school programs; and job training programs for women, seniors or individuals with disabilities. Geographic Areas: Mesa, Ariz.; Atlanta; Chicago, Freeport and Oak Brook, Ill.; East Longmeadow, Mass.; Charlotte, High Point, and Huntersville, N.C.; Fairlawn and Perrysburg, Ohio; Exton and Greensburg, Pa.; Winchester, Va.
  • Funding: Varies by project and request.
  • Web: http://www.newellrubbermaid.com/public/Corporate-Responsibility/Investigating-in-Community.aspx
  • Deadline: Ongoing

Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program

  • The Interior Department seeks applications to provide direct technical and financial assistance to private landowners interested in restoring, enhancing, and managing fish and wildlife habitats on their land. Projects may include habitat restoration or enhancement projects.
  • Eligibility: Colleges and universities; nonprofit organizations; state, local, and Native American governments; and qualified individuals.
  • Funding: $60,000.
  • Web: http://www.grants.gov, CFDA #15.631
  • Deadline: September 30, 2010

Institutional Grants for Youth and Science Education

  • Through a program of responsible investment (of contributions funds) in organizations meeting the needs of the American society in the areas of youth and scientific education, the Foundation strives to assist in deriving long term benefits for the communities in which it operates and the society as a whole. The foundation defines "youth" as prenatal through twenty-one years of age. "Scientific education" encompasses both the physical and life sciences, mathematics, and the environmental sciences.
  • Funding: The average grant range is $40,000 to $80,000 per year.
  • Web: http://corporate.honda.com/america/philanthropy.aspx?id=ahf
  • Deadline: May 1, 2010

Childhood Obesity Prevention Challenge

  • Applicants must address the development of innovative, research-based graduate education and training activities focused on obesity prevention in children using the knowledge base of nutrition and the related knowledge bases of family sciences or child development or related fields. This is intended to prepare students with the technical and functional competencies needed to conduct research on the behavioral factors that influence excessive weight gain in children and to develop and test effective interventions to prevent childhood obesity. Faculty from departments of nutrition and departments of family sciences or child development or related social sciences must be represented in each grant application. The project should offer training and experience relevant to both academic and nonacademic careers by linking graduate education and research, through internships and mentoring, with research and extension in community, university, or other settings. Because food is an integral part of the development of obesity, all projects should address some aspect of food consumption. High priority will be given to sustainable interventions, and to projects involving low-income populations eligible for USDA programs (e.g., Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, WIC program).
  • Eligibility: Eligible applicants include: state agricultural experiment stations; colleges and universities (including junior colleges offering associate degrees or higher); university research foundations; other research institutions and organizations; federal agencies; national laboratories; private organizations or corporations; individuals who are U.S. citizens, nationals, or permanent residents; and any group consisting of two or more entities identified in above.
  • Funding: Standard grants must not exceed $1 million per year ($5 million total, including indirect costs) for project periods of up to five years.
  • Web: http://nifa.usda.gov/funding/rfas/afri_rfa.html
  • Deadline: August 3, 2010

Deadline Links

The following external links are funding deadlines organized by discipline. Please select the applicable discipline to access possible funding opportunities: (courtesy of The Grant Advisor Plus)

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Office Directory

John Hulvey, Director of Sponsored Programs Administration and Accounting
MSC 5728, JMAC-6, Suite 26

Sponsored Programs Administration:
Pre-Award & Post-Award (Non-fiscal)

JMAC-6, Suite 26
MSC 5728

Phone: 568-6872; Fax: 568-6240

Sponsored Programs Accounting :
Post-Award (Grants & Contracts)

JMAC-6, Suite 30
MSC 5713
Phone: 568-4623; Fax: 568-2397

Tamara Hatch, Associate Director

Sally Dickenson, Grants Specialist

Whitney Gardner, Grants Specialist

Carolyn Strong, Research Coordinator
IRB & IACUC Contact

Amanda Brown , Executive Assistant
x8-6872 or x8-4623

Donna Crumpton
, Financial Administrator

Brenda Seifried, Financial Administrator

Kyra Shiflet, Financial Administrator

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Sponsored Programs Administration & Accounting
April 2010