Sponsored Programs
Student Research
Public Services

 Highlights

Student Research Grant Program Details

Minds@Work: Celebrating Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity

  • April 21, 2015 - Save the date!
  • Registration begins January 20 thru 4:00 p.m. February 23, 2015.
  • Formerly the Celebration of Student Research.
 

 

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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 

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Purchasing

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Mission

The Institute for Public Service and Sponsored Programs is organized to facilitate the process of submitting applications for extramural funding to conduct a variety of research, training, and scholarly activities through faculty and center projects.  The office staff promotes research and scholarly activity across campus, provides assistance to faculty applying for funds, fosters communication between the University and agencies, oversees institutional compliance with University and grantor policies, assists with project implementation and oversees project closeout.  These activities are designed to support the research and public service component of the mission of Shippensburg University. 

Services

The Institute for Public Service offers grant search services through the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) electronic database, federal websites, AASCU Office of Federal Program Deadlines and Reports, and the Institute for Public Service grant information library. Services include: 

Information dissemination on funding opportunities 
  • Assistance in developing an idea into a workable project 
  • Review of concept papers 
  • Proposal assistance with budget preparation, narrative editing and acquisition of application materials 
  • Compliance verification for federal grant regulations such as human subject protection, animal care and use, conflict of interest disclosure, drug-free workplace, and certifications regarding lobbying, debarment, suspension, and other responsibility matter assurance 
  • Coordination of proposal transmittal sign off by principal investigators, chairs/directors, deans, and provost prior to submission to funding agencies 
  • Budget and contract negotiation with funding agencies on behalf of the university and document review prior to acceptance 
  • Technical assistance in preparing project budgets and identifying appropriate funding levels 
  • Assistance with reviewing and interpreting funding agency guidelines 
  • Review and interpretation of proposal evaluation comments with proposers 
  • Assistance in the implementation of the project upon approval 
  • Aid in project closeout and final audits 
  • File maintenance on all active proposals and awards 
  • Staff

     Christopher Wonders, Director
     CAWonders@ship.edu 

     Pamela Bucher, Office Associate
     PSBuch@ship.edu 

     Diane Musser, Clerk Associate
     DMMuss@ship.edu