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 Highlights

Student Research Grant Program Details

  • Undergraduate Call for Proposals (UGR)
    • Will begin accepting applications 9/2/14 thru 10/3/14
    • Graduate Research Grant Program (GR)
      • Award funding will be split between semesters
      • Fall - CLOSED
      • Spring - Accepting Application 1/20/15 thru 4/20/15
      • Proposals will be accepted until the available funding per semester has been awarded.  

    Celebration of Student Research Conference

    • April 21, 2015 - Save the date!
    • Registration begins January 20 thru February 20, 2015.
     

     

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    Contact Us

    Institute for Public Service & Sponsored Programs
    Old Main 202
    Phone -- (717) 477-1251
    FAX -- (717) 477-4053
    E-mail -- ipssp@ship.edu  

    Staff

    Christopher Wonders, Director 
    CAWonders@ship.edu 

    Pamela Bucher, Office  Associate 
    PSBuch@ship.edu 

    Diane Musser, Clerk Associate
    DMMuss@ship.edu 

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    Related Links

    KJUR 
    CFEST
    FPDC
    URSP
    IRB/Human Subjects 

    CW-CESU

    Purchasing

    PASSHE

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    Current External Funding Announcements

    The Grants Resource Center (GRC) at American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) provides several excellent sources for locating external funding opportunities.  Access to AASCU/GRC materials is complements of the IPSSP office via paying yearly membership dues.

    • Deadlines -  This monthly publication is sorted by discipline and includes program descriptions, priorities, contact information, and links to websites for all opportunities.  Deadlines announces application containing deadlines three months into the future.

    • GRC Bulletin - is distributed twice a week and synopsizes all grant announcements from Grants.gov, the Federal Register, and FedBizOpps.gov that are relevant to higher education institutions.

    • GrantWeek - features in-depth articles with editorial commentary on strategies for grant competitiveness, program analysis, regulatory issues, and the impact of legislative initiatives on discretionary funding.