Welcome to the Maxwell Research Support home page. Here you will find resources for identifying internal and external funding sources, writing and submitting grant applications, and managing awards.
If at any time you require additional assistance, please contact Jill Ferguson, Director of Research Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAXWELL DEPARTMENTS AND RESEARCH CENTERS
- Each Maxwell unit, whether academic department or research center/institute, has one or more staff members who can help you with research-related administrative processes, answer questions, and connect you to additional resources. If you are unsure who to work with, please contact Jill Ferguson.
SYRACUSE OFFICE OF SPONSORED PROGRAMS (OSP)
- Caroline McMullin, Research Administrator
email@example.com | 315.443.9358
MAXWELL DEAN'S OFFICE
- Jill Ferguson, Director of Research Development
firstname.lastname@example.org | 315.443.7281
- Andrew London, Associate Dean for Research
email@example.com | 315.443.4597
SYRACUSE HUMANITIES CENTER
- Sarah Workman, Assistant Director of Research Development
firstname.lastname@example.org | 315.443.5260
Faculty, Student and Staff Resources
- Finding Collaborators
- Funding Your Research
- Scholarly Profiles Quick Guide: Experts, SciENcv, ORCID
FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
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From the Syracuse University Office of Research
Provides Maxwell faculty and students complete support for research projects that require all levels of computing resources, security plans, data and grant applications, remote access to statistical software for course work and much more. Email email@example.com with questions and needs related to research projects, including computing and software resources and data and grant applications that require a security plan or authorized signature on behalf of Syracuse University.
Leverages behavioral science and randomized controlled trials (RCTs) to intelligently design and rigorously evaluate interventions in order to build evidence for what works. The X Lab partners with nonprofits, foundations, and local and state governments as well as with researcher in and beyond Maxwell to strengthen their research projects by adding an RCT component.
Specifically in terms of support for humanities research, the Humanities Center connects faculty and graduate students to career-enriching fellowship opportunities, workshops, info sessions and other supports offered in-house, throughout campus, and beyond.
As a research organization at Syracuse University, TRAC provides comprehensive, independent and nonpartisan information about federal enforcement, staffing and spending through systematic and informed use of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Provides expanded funding opportunities and serves as a hub to foster and support diverse undergraduate engagement in faculty-guided scholarly research and creative inquiry across all disciplines and programs at Syracuse University.
- Syracuse University Libraries Research Support
A division of the Syracuse University Office of Research, the Office of Proposal Support Services facilitates team-based collaboration around strategic funding opportunities and manages the University's internal funding competitions, including both internal grant programs (e.g., CUSE grants, small equipment grants) and externally funded limited submissions.
Assists researchers in working with local and national companies and applying for funding from private foundations.
Provides central coordination of Syracuse University sponsored projects by overseeing the proposal submission process and negotiating contractual terms and conditions of resultant awards. Caroline McMullin (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Maxwell’s OSP Research Administrator.
Works collaboratively with OSP, faculty, and departmental research administrators for post-award financial administration of approved and fully executed awards, including grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements.
Provides administrative services to university researchers to facilitate research and ensure regulatory compliance with applicable federal regulations, laws and University policies; includes oversight of research involving human subjects via the Institutional Review Board (IRB), animals via the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), and Responsible Conduct of Research, among other concerns.
In the course of their work, Syracuse University’s faculty, researchers, students and staff may develop new technology or make new discoveries. The science, technology, methodology, product, etc., that the employee or student discovers may be intellectual property. When this is true, patents, copyrights or trademarks can be used to protect the inventor/discoverer’s findings and Syracuse University’s interest in them.