Office of Grants and Foundation Relations
office hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
location: Holmes Hall, 200
Our vision in the Grants and Foundation Relations office is to build a grants office that is an asset to our faculty, students, and staff; helping to attract top- notch faculty, supporting innovative research and teaching, and fostering an inclusive environment.
The Grants Office encourages and aids the individual and collective efforts of the faculty and professional staff to obtain funding and external fellowships from federal, state, private, and other external sources for research and scholarship, teaching, professional development, service, and departmental and institutional goals and priorities; and supports the post-award administration of these grants.
News and Posts from the Grants and Foundation Relations Office
Assistant Director &
"The United States, Falling Behind," Editorial Board, New York Times, October 22, 2013
NSF Day at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, this workshop is primarily designed for researchers and educators less experienced in proposing to the NSF
"Information for the NIH Extramural Grantee Community During the Lapse of Federal Government Funding"
"Sequestration Ushers In A Dark Age For Science in America"
- On June 19, the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (AAA&S) issued a report, “The Heart of the Matter: The Humanities and Social Sciences for a Vibrant, Competitive, and Secure Nation.”
- "Debating the English Major: 'Discouraging Humanities is Uncommon Idiocy'," Carol Geary Schneider, President of the Association of American Colleges & Universities
- "Civic Learning and Engagement," US Under Secretary of Education Marth Kanter and AAC&U President Carol Geary Schneider
"How Not To Get Funded by the NSF"
Voices of Experience: Trinity University humanities faculty share insights about their successful fellowship proposals
- New conference materials and notes posted from the 2013 Council on Undergraduate Research Conference: NEH, Research Corporation, HHMI, NSF-RUI, and more.
- New conference materials and notes posted from the 2012 National Science Foundation Conference
Research update on impact of sequestration on federal grant funding