Academic Building - SU 100
5151 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06825
The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) partners with members of the SHU community in the pursuit and administration of funding for sponsored programs to expand knowledge, enhance teaching and service activities, direct innovative projects and research, and institute meaningful and progressive change.
In support of this mission, the Office of Sponsored Programs:
- Provides support and advisement through all phases of the grant application process along with post-award administration and compliance oversight.
- Supports the University’s goal to increase faculty engagement in the pursuit of sponsored project funding.
- Provides guidance in identifying potential funding sources and grant writing and is responsible for reviewing and approving external funding applications for all grants, contracts and sub-contracts.
Sacred Heart Awarded $650,000 for Low-Income Scholars
September 28, 2018
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a $650,000 grant to Sacred Heart University to implement the Involvement in Coastal and Marine, Molecular and Neuroscience (In-CoMMoN) scholarship program. The aim is to attract and prepare 14 qualified, low-income students for careers in areas of national need, including coastal and marine biology, molecular and cellular biology, and neuroscience. Each scholar will receive scholarship support for four years.
College of Nursing Awarded Grant from Jonas Philanthropies to Fund Doctoral Nursing Students
September 6, 2018
Sacred Heart University’s College of Nursing is proud to announce it has been awarded a new grant of $10,000 from Jonas Philanthropies, a leading national philanthropic funder of graduate nursing education. Matched by $10,000 of its own monies, the grant will fund the scholarship of one doctoral nursing student in 2018. This year’s recipient is Nicole Colline.
Grant Will Help Promote Free Educational Resources
July 20, 2018
Sacred Heart University has received a $2,500 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to establish a faculty fellowship in open educational resources (OER) for the 2018-19 academic year. Open educational resources constitute free digital assets such as online research repositories, curriculum-sharing websites and freely accessible, online alternatives to textbooks.