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Sponsored Programs

Location

Academic Building - SU 100
5151 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06825

Executive Director

Funda Alp
Tel: 203-396-8241
alpf1@claudiospianobar.com

Grants Specialist

Nina Yolen
Tel: 203-371-7958
yolenn@claudiospianobar.com

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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.

Latest News

Ten Doctoral Nursing Students Earn Scholarships from Paul L. Jones Foundation

December 20, 2019

一道本不卡免费高清Ten students in Sacred Heart University’s doctor of nursing practice (DNP) program have received $2,500 each from the Paul L. Jones Foundation. The scholarships were based on merit and need, requiring the candidates to maintain a GPA of 3.8 or higher in the DNP program and to be in good financial standing with the University.

SHU Leads $5.1 Million Project to Advance Computer Science in Elementary Schools

November 14, 2019

Sacred Heart University, in partnership with Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI, will provide computer science professional development for more than 500 elementary school teachers through an extensive, five-year project that involves the largest grant in Sacred Heart history. An initial $2.1 million from the U.S. Department of Education will fund the first three years of Project {FUTURE} (FUndamentals Teachers Unit Research Exemplars)— Innovations in Embedded Computer Science for Elementary Curricula. The only awarded proposal from Connecticut in the national Education Innovation & Research (EIR) competition, Project {FUTURE} will expand access to computer science education for thousands of K-5 students through teacher professional development.

Physics Professor Receives $250K from NSF to Help Advance Climate Science

October 9, 2019

Sacred Heart University has received $252,060 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to help advance climate science. This grant will help fund an undergraduate physics research program introducing juniors and seniors to cutting-edge scientific research, intended to bridge major gaps in climate modeling. The initiation of powerful thunderstorms by sea-breezes is currently poorly represented in most Global Climate Models (GCMs), with models only just starting to incorporate the impacts of sea breezes and boundary layer particles (such as soot or ash). This is particularly problematic over island-rich ocean regions, in which islands with a range of sizes, terrain and particulate emissions, can determine storm severity, precipitation rates and cloud type.