Research


Tuskegee University recognizes the importance of external support of research and sponsored programs and the impact these vital programs have on the development of our students and the enormous contributions to society in general.

Welcome to the Office of Grantsmanship and Compliance


Felecia Moss Grant, Associate Director

The Office of Grantsmanship and Compliance (OGC) supports and enhances the research infrastructure within the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs, and ensures that the University adheres to compliance regulations of all federal agencies.  The regulations stipulate that institutions receiving federal funds for research and other sponsored programs must have policies and procedures in place to ensure that federal, state and local requirements are met in the use of funds and conduct research.  Federal funding could be lost or not granted when the applicant institution does not comply with the mandated requirements.  The OGC coordinates the assurance process for faculty and staff through the Vice President for Research and Sponsored Programs.  Compliance review is essential function of the application process and is applicable to all projects involving human subjects, vertebrate animals, carcinogens, recombinant DNA, biological and chemical hazardous material and proprietary materials. 

Office of Grantsmanship and Compliance
Chappie James Center, Room 103
Phone: (334) 727-8985
Fax: (334) 724-4224
Email:  fmgrant@mytu.tuskegee.edu

Policies and Procedures

Safety

Applications

 Powerpoint Presentations

New: All Principal investigators, staff, and students involved in a U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) research grant are required to complete the National Institutes of Health financial conflict of interest training tutorial prior to June 1, 2012. For more details view Tuskegee University's Division of Research and Sponsored Programs Financial Conflict of Interest Training and Implementation Plan.