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Ferris State University provides support for faculty and staff to find and identify funding opportunities, create targeted grant applications and appropriate budgets, track awards, and create accurate reports.
It is the mission of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to enhance and facilitate the ability of faculty, staff, and students to develop and achieve their goals as teacher-scholars in research, education, and service delivery through successful competition for internal and external funding. The ORSP:
Streamlines administrative processes and minimizes the administrative burden for investigators conducting sponsored programs by providing easily accessible and intuitive administrative information systems.
Partners with the faculty to create a culture of high achievement and promote the teacher-scholar model.
Creates and consistently implements well-documented procedures that facilitate the conduct of sponsored activities, while ensuring compliance with sponsor and university requirements.
Ensures seamless research and scholarly activities administration from proposal development through timely award closeout.
Provides effective stewardship of sponsor funds and promotes positive sponsor interactions.
Provides college and department support staff with the necessary tools, resources, and training so that they can also enable investigators to successfully engage in scholarly activities.
Article and Data Sharing Requirements by Federal Agency
A community resource for tracking, comparing, and understanding both current and future US federal requirements for sharing research articles and research data. Maintained by the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition.
This guide was created by Fran Rosen, librarian at FLITE.