As a unit within Academic Affairs, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs mission is to facilitate research and partnerships at PNW by:
- Providing infrastructure, as well as value-added, high-quality services and resources to faculty, students, and staff that participate in research and sponsored program activities.
- Ensuring good fiscal management practices for the administration of externally funded sponsored programs at PNW during the lifecycle from the establishment to closeout.
- Communicating the impacts of PNW research to the PNW community and stakeholders.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs provides assistance within the following areas of research administration:
PNW provides resources and services to aid in grantsmanship development process.
- Internal Funding Opportunities
- External Funding Search Tools and Alerts (PUWL)
- PIVOT login
- Accelerate Your Research Funding with Pivot-RP
- Search the most trusted and comprehensive source of global funding information
- Save searches and track funding opportunities
- Discover collaborators
- Get tailored funding recommendations and alerts
- Gain insights from previously awarded grants
- Inform your funding strategies with our authoritative global funding news and analysis service
- Search for conferences
- For new PNW accounts, contact Maja Marjanovic
- Grant Writing Support (PUWL)
Our office assists faculty in navigating though the sponsored programs contracting processes as needed. When requested, we will work with our faculty, staff, and students as a liaisons among SPS Contracting, project sponsors, PIs, and Purdue Legal Counsel.
- SPS Contracting Services Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Data Transfer and Use Agreements
- Office of Legal Counsel website: https://www.purdue.edu/legalcounsel/
- Office of Legal Counsel attorneys and staff: https://www.purdue.edu/legalcounsel/about/attorneys-staff.html
- OLC contact: OLC Intake Form.
- Responsible Conduct of Research Information Page (PUWL)
- Detailed guidance for completing the general online RCR training offered through CITI Program
- Link to track RCR
- RCR Contact: Sean Courtney, Ph.D., Senior Compliance Officer, Responsible Conduct of Research
|Category||Deadline for Completion|
|Current Faculty and Research Staff (not paid from grants)||July 1, 2021 (or within 120 days of employment start date)|
|Graduate Students (PhD and MS programs, not paid from grants)||60 Days from the start of Graduate Studies|
|Undergraduate Students (conducting research, not paid from grants)||30 Days from start of work on a research project|
|All Researchers Paid from Grants||30 Days from the date of first payroll from grants|
|Research Field-Specific Training (All Researchers)||July 1, 2022 or within 12 months of the start date of their employment or involvement in a Purdue research project|
- Days of Discovery
- Navigating the IRB Process at Purdue
March 24, 2023. Presented by Sarah E. Abney and Schelly Decker. Register in advance to receive Zoom information.
This presentation will provide information regarding Institutional Review Board (IRB) processes and address common questions, such as the anticipated approval timeline and protocol revision. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session at the end of the presentation.