Grant Management

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About Us

 
Grant Management Services (GMS) is the College's one stop shop for all grant activity, from the grant application process to the grant closeout and everything in between. Our focus is to reduce the administrative burden from CLAS faculty so they can focus on their research. The GMS team has vast knowledge and experience with many grant sponsors and has a strong relationship with UConn’s central grants office, Sponsored Program Services. Each GMS team member values the time and effort it takes for a faculty member to receive grant funds and we do our part to ensure that the grant is properly managed according to the University and sponsor’s requirements.

Functions

Our office mainly assists faculty and staff with their research needs and provides the following services:

  • Proposal and budget development (pre-award)
  • Liaison between faculty and Sponsored Programs Services (SPS) to facilitate submission
  • Principal Investigator financial portfolio planning and management (post-award)
  • Account forecasting, analysis, and maintenance
  • Time and effort compliance
  • Liaison between faculty, sponsored programs, and sponsor
  • Ensures compliance with all sponsor, federal, and University policies and guidelines

Meet Our Team

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Allison Goldsnider
Assistant Finance Director

Location: Torrey Life Sciences, Room 161
Phone: (860) 486-6772
allison.goldsnider@uconn.edu

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Francesca D’Antonio
Grants & Contracts Associate

Location: Torrey Life Sciences, Room 161
Phone: (860) 486-4539
francesca.d’antonio@uconn.edu

Anthropology
Asian American Studies
Dean's Office
El lnstituto
Human Development and Family Studies
Linguistics
Psychological Sciences
Public Policy
Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences
Women's Studies

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Nick Franconi
Grants & Contracts Associate

Location: Torrey Life Sciences, Room 161
Phone: (860) 486-4404
nicholas.franconi@uconn.edu

Communication Sciences
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Economics
Geography
Integrative Geosciences
Literature, Culture, and Languages
Physiology and Neurobiology

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Kyle Levesque
Grants & Contracts Assistant

Location: Torrey Life Sciences, Room 161
Phone: (860) 486-1739
kyle.levesque@uconn.edu

African American Studies
Chemistry
Humanities Institute
Judaic Studies
Molecular and Cell Biology
Philosophy
Sociology
Statistics

Shelby Corbin
Grants & Contracts Assistant

Location: Torrey Life Sciences, Room 161
Phone: (860) 486-2286
shelby.corbin@uconn.edu

English/CT Writing Project/Medieval
History
Journalism
Mathematics
Physics
Political Sciences
Urban Studies