General FAQs

General ORSP Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Office of Research Sponsored Programs located?

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs’ campus address is 2243 Andersen Library. Please click here for a map and directions

What type of services are provided through the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs?

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs offers a host of services, which includes: providing assistance in seeking internal and/or external funds to support a broad definition of research; promoting and facilitating technology commercialization; supporting a broad spectrum of entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship activities; fostering regional engagement; and serving as a liaison between institutional officials, who have oversight over compliance issues, and the various committees that oversee campus research activities. 

FAQs

General FAQs

General Frequently Asked Questions answer common questions associated with the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

I-Grants FAQs

This section contains answers to frequently asked questions associated with intramural grant programs (I-Grants), which are programs supported by the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, University of Wisconsin System, and other University of Wisconsin institutions.

E-Grants FAQs

Faculty and staff pursuing submissions from external funding agences, such as the National Science Foundation, Department of Education, or private foundations, may find this information useful as they begin developing a proposal.

Innovation FAQs

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs supports faculty, staff, and student entrepreneurs, small businesses, and industry to foster economic development. Responses to frequently asked questions related to or about the innovation process at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater may be found here.

Compliance FAQs

This section contains frequently asked questions associated with the compliance process at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs serves as a liaison between institutional officials, who have oversight over compliance issues, and the various committees that oversee research activities.