Dr. Paul Kim, an associate professor of biological sciences at Grambling State University, is on the frontline of research related to the coronavirus and its impact on underserved communities.
The Gambling State University (GSU) Department of History has received $60,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for a project titled “Voices of Grambling: Immersive Virtual-Reality Experiences.”
Cancer doesn’t have to be cured if it can be stopped. That’s the approach Grambling State Biology Professor Dr. Waneene C. Dorsey and a team of her students are taking with research funded by a $670,204 NSF grant.
The staff, management and leadership of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs department envisions an entity that provides an environment that fosters intellectual discovery, creative problem solving and the dissemination and application of knowledge by eliminating administrative burden inherent in the search for external funding resources.
Our goal is to serve as advocates for grant seekers by providing comprehensive support services over the life cycle of the grant, starting from concept development through project close-out. This includes the development and dissemination of policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with the rules and regulations of the University and funding agencies, the preparation and submission of proposals and appropriate documentation.
Research and Sponsored Programs provides assistance to all members of the University community with the submission of proposals for external support of research, creative, instructional, and service activities.
Sponsored programs is a project that may support research, instruction, training and/or public service that is sponsored in whole or in part, by sources external to the University for which there is an expectation (implied or expressed) on the part of the sponsor for performance, deliverable(s) or outcome(s). Sponsored Programs include activities funded through grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements. A sponsored program is initiated with a proposal to the sponsor and followed by an award with specific terms, objectives, rights, and reporting requirements.
Theodore B. Callier
Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Theodore B. Callier, Vice President
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Mrs. Teresa Williams-Jackson
Assistant Director/Research Analyst
Mrs. Renita Malone
Administrative Support Specialist