| Managing Sponsored Projects
at the University of Minnesota
Projects at the University of Minnesota presents vital information
regarding the management of sponsored funds at the University of Minnesota
and is an essential reference for anyone responsible for such funds
at the University.
The University developed this tool to convey its policies and practices
for the development and submission of proposals for external funding,
and as a guide to sponsored project administration. The information
contained here, when supplemented by specific information provided
at the time of award acceptance, should be sufficient to answer most
of the questions that commonly occur in the course of a sponsored
Other information related to sponsored
Information Related to Sponsored Projects
Sponsored Projects Administration's
The site includes links to research-related
forms, policies, procedures, and regulations; rate schedules, including
rates for fringe benefits, F&A/indirect costs, and per diem charges;
and access to the Electronic Grants Management System (EGMS).
Research News Online
This bimonthly electronic newsletter published
through the Office of the Vice President for Research. It is automatically
e-mailed to all faculty at the levels of assistant professor and
above. Other faculty and staff may subscribe by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
The publication contains information for the University community
involved with sponsored research and technology transfer, including
updates on University and sponsor procedures and policies, general
items of interest involving sponsored research and technology transfer,
and funding opportunities.
Research Subjects' Protection Programs
This site links to the Institutional Review
Board and the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. These
links provide information on meeting dates and deadlines, meeting
results, human subjects and animal subject guides, and forms and
Department of Environmental Health
This site provides numerous resources and
links for issues relating to health and safety. Resources include
educational materials, forms, manuals, regulations and training
programs. There are also links to materials and organizations outside
of the University that provide additional information.
Copyright 1996, 1998-2008 The Regents of
the University of Minnesota
All rights reserved.
Published October 26, 1996.
Revised: April 16, 1997; June 30, 1998; February 1, 1999, August 1,
1999, February 29, 2000, August 31, 2000, February 2001, September
2001, May 2008.
Sponsored Projects Administration
200 Oak Street, SE, Suite 450
Minneapolis, MN 55455-2070
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