Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
Offers financial awards twice yearly to full time undergraduates for research, scholarly, or creative projects undertaken in partnership with a faculty member.
Contributing to the acquisition, interpretation and dissemination of research results to the people of Minnesota with major emphasis placed on research and education that is relevant to the needs of northwest Minnesota.
Sponsored Projects Administration is the administrative office responsible for helping University of Minnesota faculty seek, acquire, and manage externally sponsored fun ding for research, training, and public service projects.
Grant-in-aid (GIA) program, Interdisciplinary Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities Program (IRSCA), Faculty Summer Research Fellowship Program/McKnight Summer Fellowship Program (FSR/MSF), Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Small Grants Program, etc.
Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
Policies that relate to research at the University of Minnesota.
The University of Minnesota Press is a nonprofit scholarly publisher whose primary mission is to disseminate through book publication work of exceptional scholarly quality and originality. The Press draws on and supports the intellectual activities of the University and its faculty in conjunction with the long-term development of its editorial program, thus enhancing the University's missions of research and instruction.
Electronic Grants Management Program
EGMS is a series of databases with a Web front-end that you can use to complete proposal forms for submission to sponsors. In addition to proposal forms, you can prepare, print, and route electronically University forms.
Electronic Academic Journals
The UMC Library subscribes to literally hundreds of electronic journals electronically that would be very helpful to someone doing research. These journals are scholarly, current, and comprehensive. The library also subscribes to many important databases that include both full-text and bibliographic information in many disciplines. Please contact a librarian if you have questions about the content of the databases or on how to use them.
Office of the U of M System's Vice President for Research