Presentation on theme: "An Overview of Sponsored Programs at Dennis Manos Vice Provost for Research."— Presentation transcript:
An Overview of Sponsored Programs at Dennis Manos Vice Provost for Research
Proposals, Awards, and Dollars Awarded FY * * The number of proposals and awards in 1999 includes new proposals/awards and increments on past awards. From 2000 forward the number of proposals and awards only reflects new and competing proposals and awards. Award dollar amounts include new awards and increments on past awards. **Main Campus includes the Faculty of Arts & Sciences; Schools of Business, Education and Law; Student Affairs and Aid. SMS/VIMS stands for the School of Marine Science/Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
Sponsored Programs Expenditures FY
Sponsored Programs Expenditures FY2008 by Major Areas *Also includes the Center for Archaeological Research and Center for Conservation Biology
Sponsored Programs Expenditures FY2008 by Funding Source
Facilities and Administrative (F&A) Cost Redistribution Profile FY2008* Total F&A Recoveries: $ 3,244,836 * F&A Costs, formerly known as “indirect” costs or “overhead”. Figures are for Main Campus only; SMS/VIMS is not included. Funds will be allocated for use in FY2009. Faculty Research Funds $2,261,990
Facilities and Administrative (F&A) Cost Recovery* FY * Figures are for Main Campus only.
RIIF Revenue FY2009 $2,421,990 RIIF revenue funds faculty research efforts, most of the internal research grants program, costshares, the grants office and technology transfer office, and other research-related projects.
Sponsored Programs F&A Recovery FY2008 by Major Areas *Also includes the Center for Archaeological Research and Center for Conservation Biology
Sponsored Programs F&A Recovery FY2008 by Major Areas, Main Campus only *Also includes the Center for Archaeological Research and Center for Conservation Biology
Sponsored Programs F&A Recovery FY2008 by Major Areas, Main Campus only $3,244,836 *Also includes the Center for Archaeological Research and Center for Conservation Biology
Sponsored Programs F&A Recovery FY2008 by Major Areas, VIMS only $3,745,652
SCHEV Peer Group Sponsored Programs Expenditures FY2005
Research Centers Research Centers Center for Archaeological Research Center for Conservation Biology Center for Excellence in Aging and Geriatric Health Center for Gifted Education Center for Operations Management, Process Engineering, and Technological Expertise (COMPETE) Center for Public Policy Research Computational Science Cluster Courtroom 21 Institute of Bill of Rights Law Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture SciClone Cluster Project The Technology and Business Center Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) W.M. Keck Environmental Field Laboratory
Pre-Award Contacts Pre-Award Contacts Director of Sponsored Programs: Mike Ludwick, phone: Director of Sponsored Programs: Mike Ludwick, phone: Assistant Director: Cindy Corbett, phone: Assistant Director: Cindy Corbett, phone: Research Administrator: Liz Montalvo, phone:
Post-Award Contacts Post-Award Contacts Director of Grants Fiscal Administration: Mark Roberts, phone: Director of Grants Fiscal Administration: Mark Roberts, phone: Associate Director: Cheryl Pope, phone: Associate Director: Cheryl Pope, phone: Grants Administrator: Gloria Sciole, phone: Grants Administration Support Manager: Bonnie Willard, phone: Grants Administration Support Manager: Bonnie Willard, phone:
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