Research & Sponsored Programs
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs(ORSP) supports excellence in research, creative activities and scholarship by encouraging the discovery of new knowledge across all disciplines. By fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, our faculty members continue to build an environment of discovery and innovation.
Our office assists A&M-Commerce faculty and staff to gain external funding by providing various services. Through workshops, seminars and training sessions, our staff works with faculty members to identify and secure external funding to support their research endeavors.
Grants Resource Center- Grant Week
Federal Agencies FY 14 Budgets:
National Endowment for the Humanities FY 14
National Institute of Health FY 14
National Science Foundation FY 14
Department of Energy FY 14
Housing and Urban Development FY 14
State Department and USAID FY 14
Office of Science Technology Policy FY 14
Department of Education FY 14
Department of Labor FY 14
Department of Commerce FY 14
National Endowment for the Arts FY 14
Health Resources and Services Administration FY 14
U.S. Department of Justice FY 14
NIH Reverses Restrictive SCORE Eligibility Requirements
NSF Introduces New Program: EHR Core Research
TAACCCTRound Three Now Open
Access to the Results of Federall-Funded Research
Single Application Deadline for IES-September 4, 2013
No Need for STEM Guestworkers???
Congress Examines NSF Peer Review System
Challenges of Research into On-line Education
Corporation for National and Community Service FY 14
Institute of Museum and Library Services FY 14
NSF Announces Program Changes at EHR Advisory Meeting
Federal Funding Compliance and Presidents/Chancellors
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs serves to lead and promote the research enterprise and other sponsored activities at Texas A&M University-Commerce through faculty, staff, and student engagement, user-friendly support services, enhancement of research, scholarly, and creative opportunities, expansion of significant international collaborations, and major extramural funding acquisition.