Grant Resources for Middlebury Faculty and Staff

The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs (OGSP) is responsible for supporting all grant-related activities on the Vermont campus of Middlebury College.    For grants supporting the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey contact the office of Foundation Relations and Institutional Grants at MIIS.  

Sponsored Research and Faculty-initiated grants

The mission of Sponsored Research staff is to ensure that the College and its faculty are positioned to submit grant proposals to the federal government and other sponsors. We support an engaged and active faculty by providing advice and assistance at all stages of grant-seeking and grant administration. Our highest priorities 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. We also oversee institutional endorsement procedures, monitor College compliance with sponsor requirements, and provide support to the academic administration with initiatives related to academic program enhancement, science planning, and compliance responsibilities. If you work for the College and have an idea for a proposal, please contact us.

Corporate & Foundation Relations - Institutional grants

The mission of Corporate and Foundation Relations staff is to obtain philanthropic support for College initiatives through the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of foundations, corporations, and federal agencies. To do this, we 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 us.

Grants Accounting  - Financial administration for most grants is provided by the Office of Grants and Contracts Administration.  

Grant Management Information  - procedures, policies, and advice related to managing your grant

Academic Administration

The Academic Administration website includes forms for internal funding (including FPDF and FRAF), leave program policies and guidelines, and information related to programs administered by the office of the Dean of Faculty.

  • Amy Morsman, Interim Dean for Faculty Development & Research: x3223  (Davis Family Library, CTLR, Room 225C) -- all funding for faculty development including the leave program
  • Suzanne Gurland, Dean of Curriculum:  x5323 (Old Chapel)  -- issues related to curriculum and academic space
  • Pat Manley, Director of the Sciences: x5430 (McCardell Bicentennial Hall)
  • Pieter Broucke, Director of the Arts: x5227 (Mahaney Center for the Arts)
  • Andi Lloyd, Vice President of Academic Affairs/Dean of Faculty  x5908 (Old Chapel)
  • Lynn Dunton, Budget Coordinator for Academic Affairs:   x3085 (Service Building)

Institutional Review Board (IRB)

For all research that involves human subjects

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)

For all research that involves animals

Undergraduate Research Office (URO)

For students participating in research

Center For Teaching, Learning and Research

Many support services for students and faculty

Other resources