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Title: ORIENTATION Grants Development Office

ORIENTATIONGrants Development Office
Who We Are
Grants Development Office
  • Grants Development GDO (Pre-Award) is part of
    the Division of Academic Affairs, Office of
    Academic Programs
  • Kathy Meeker, Director
  • Christine Barberio, Senior Grantswriter
  • Sponsored Programs (Post-Award) is part of the
    Division of Finance Administration
  • Denise Straut, Director
  • Aleksandra Andreic, Sponsored Programs Manager
  • Melissa Nicosia, Human Resources Manager
  • Kimala Clark, Purchasing/Travel
  • Lara Woods, Payroll / Cost Share

GDOs Mission
Grants Development Office
  • ?The Grants Development Office assists faculty,
    staff, and external collaborators, when relevant,
    with conceptualizing, planning, preparing and
    submitting proposals for externally funded
    grants and promotes academic excellence at the
    College through facilitation and support of
    research, creativity, and scholarly activity,
    including that which engages students.?
  • Mission Statement, June 1, 2010

Grants Development Office
Pre- and Post-Award Services
Post-Award(Sponsored Programs) Helps you manage
the funding and comply with various policies,
both internal and external
  • Pre-Award(Grants Development Office)
  • Helps you identify, apply for, and obtain the

We collaborate closely. By working with us, you
can design a program for external funding that
complies with guidelines, avoids conflicts, and
provides maximum flexibility.
Grants Development Office
Institutional Relations
  • It is the policy of the College that all grants
    and contracts submitted to external sponsors must
    be cleared through the Grants Development Office
    (grants and some contracts) and/or Sponsored
    Programs (contracts), and approved by the
    Colleges Authorized Organizational
    Representative (AOR).
  • Link to Policy Library http//policies.oneonta.ed

Research Foundation for SUNY
Grants Development Office
  • Regardless of value, all externally funded awards
    to SUNY Oneonta for research, training,
    programs, curriculum development, etc. are
    fiscally administered by the Research Foundation
    for SUNY (RF). The RF is a private, nonprofit
    educational corporation whose primary
    responsibility is the administration of
    externally funded contracts and grants for and on
    behalf of the State University of New York.

Grants Development Office
Sponsored Program Activity
  • For fiscal year 2013-2014
  • SUNY Oneonta ranked second (behind Buffalo State
    College) of the twenty-one SUNY University
    Colleges and Technology Colleges in sponsored
    program expenditures. (SUNY Oneonta total 6.5
    million in direct and indirect costs.)
  • Source Research Foundation for SUNY

Grants Development Office
Proposal Preparation
  • We help to
  • Brainstorm project ideas
  • Research funding opportunities
  • Strategize approaches for seeking funds
  • Develop and edit proposal narratives
  • Draft proposal budgets
  • Facilitate the support of administration and
    external partners
  • Ensure compliance with sponsor requirements
  • Work with Sponsored Programs to secure campus
    approvals for submission
  • Submit applications, electronically or otherwise

Grants Development Office
Recent Grant-Seeking Activity
  • 32 grant proposals submitted in
    2013/14(requesting a total of 4.3 million)
  • 9 grants awarded in 2013/14 (total funding
    2.5 million)
  • Current RF grant portfolio includes awards
  • NSF, NIH, NASA, US Dept of Education, American
    Psychological Assoc, Spencer Fdn, NYC DEP, SUNY
    competitive grant programs, and others

Grants Development Office
Grant-Seeking Resources
Life of the Mind
Grants Development Office
  • Celebration of Teaching in all Forms
  • Showcase of Faculty Accomplishment
  • Research / Scholarly Activity
  • Performing Arts / Creative Activity
  • Student Engagement
  • Service Learning
  • Held in conjunction with the CGHH Lecture in
    Environmental Education and Communication

The GDO organizes and produces the Life of the
Life of the Mind (cont.)
Grants Development Office
  • The 2013 LOTM featured
  • 65 presentations
  • 119 faculty, students and collaborators
  • Nearly 30 departments and affiliated institutions
  • The full program with abstracts is available at
  • LIFE OF THE MIND V November 6, 2014

Grants Development Office
  • The GDO organizes and produces Student Research
    Creative Activity Day the 2014 SRCA Day
  • 127 projects
  • 191 student co-authors
  • 73 faculty sponsors
  • Keynote Speaker Chuck Bogosta 80 (Executive VP,
    University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
    President, International and Commercial Services
    Division President, UPMC CancerCenter)
  • For full program including abstracts see

Faculty Grant Programs Administered by the GDO
Grants Development Office
  • Competitively peer-reviewed campus grant programs
    that fund research (3,000 max) and creative
    activity (2,000 max) projects
  • Funded from Research Foundation for SUNYindirect
    cost recovery (and a 3-year StAR award)
  • Applications due in early spring semester for
    funding on a fiscal year basis (July 1 to June
  • 2014 round 23 awards (17 research, 6 creative
    activity) totaling 56,000
  • http//www.oneonta.edu/advancement/grants/small.as

Student Grant Program Administered by the GDO
Grants Development Office
  • Student Grant Program for Researchand Creative
  • 1,500 maximum request per project (
  • Submitted by student(s) with faculty sponsorship
  • Funded by College at Oneonta Foundation, Alumni
    Association, and others (60,000 in 2013/14)
  • Applications reviewed by Committee on Research
    47 grants totaling 77,000 awarded in 2013/14
  • Recipients present at SRCA Day
  • See www.oneonta.edu/academics/frc/ for guidelines

Other Services
Grants Development Office
  • Promotion of faculty and student research and
    scholarly activity through special projects and
  • Outreach (campus and community)
  • Grant writing workshops/classes
  • Support to the Colleges significant private
    fund raising efforts
  • Service on College Committees

Grants Development Office
  • We THANK YOU and look forward to working with
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