The Sponsored Research Office and the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations are responsible for supporting all grant-related activities at Middlebury.
Sponsored Research Office - Faculty-initiated grants
The mission of the Sponsored Research Office is to ensure that the College and its faculty are positioned to submit grant proposals to the federal government and other sponsors.The SRO supports an engaged and active faculty by providing advice and assistance at all stages of grant-seeking and grant administration. The highest priorities for the SRO are responding to faculty working on grant proposals with impending deadlines and dealing with time-sensitive issues related to grant administration and academic program development.The SRO also oversees institutional endorsement procedures, monitors College compliance with sponsor requirements, and provides support to the academic administration with initiatives related to academic program enhancement, science planning, and compliance responsibilities.
The SRO is based in Academic Affairs and is part of the office of the Dean of the Faculty.
Office of Corporate & Foundation Relations - Institutional grants
The mission of the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations is to obtain philanthropic support for College initiatives through the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of foundations, corporations, and federal agencies. To do this, the office will proactively seek resources to support priority programs defined by senior leadership, while being opportunistic and agile in supporting other initiatives and programs as time and resources permit. If you have an idea for an institutional proposal, please contact CFR.
CFR is based in College Advancement and works closely with the Vice President for Academic Administration.
Grants Accounting Office - Financial administration for all grants
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