Grant Management Services
Grant Management Services (GMS) is a one-stop shop for all grant activity in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
CLAS GMS provides hands-on assistance to faculty and staff as they apply for, secure, and track their awards. Our team members have vast knowledge and can connect you to the tools you need to maximize your grant experience.
CLAS Grant Management Services can guide you through the entire lifecycle of your grant. Our office liaises with other UConn central offices, helping you to navigate processes like:
CLAS Grant Management Services can help you prepare your grant proposal, develop your budget, and interface with other necessary offices on campus.
Our team works with you to prepare materials for grant applications. GMS officers can provide individualized feedback and make recommendations to help you build a stronger proposal. We also collaborate with the Dean’s Office to provide grant application training sessions for researchers in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Our team members can walk you through the administrative processes and forms associated with grant proposal submissions. We also serve as a liaison between you and UConn Sponsored Program Services to:
- Ensure compliance with all sponsor, federal, and University policies and guidelines
- Prepare your proposal and develop your budget
- Facilitate the submission of your proposal
CLAS Grant Management Services continues to support you once you secure your award by providing guidance on finances and reporting.
Account Setup and Management
Our team works with Principal Investigators (PIs) to set up their accounts. Our reports help PIs plan for the future through account forecasting, analysis, and maintenance. We also liaise between faculty, UConn Sponsored Program Services, and sponsors to help with effort reporting on grants.
Grant Management and Sponsored Program Services work with the Principal Investigator to ensure that all expenditures have been posted and that all agency-specific and University requirements have been met.
More University Grant Support Services
Search for grant funding opportunities using PIVOT, a search engine offered through the University Libraries. You can also find potential funding for travel, fellowships, and training.
The Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) offers funding programs for faculty research, scholarship, and creative endeavors that are in critical stages of development.