The Office of Sponsored Research and Programs (OSRP) supports the research, scholarly, creative and programmatic activities of faculty and staff at Hope College.
Impact of COVID-19 on Grants and Contracts
Services available through OSRP include:
- Identification and tracking of external funding opportunities
- Project management support for proposal submissions
- Proposal development assistance and support, including budgets and budget justifications
- Proposal editing, review and feedback
- Training and development
- Proposal revision and resubmission support
- Assistance with complying with grantee standards
Grantee Spotlight and Latest News
Debra Swanson, Professor of Sociology, received a Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA)/Library...Read More
Claudia Andre, Professor of Spanish, received an $8,885 award from the Great Lakes Colleges Assoc...Read More
Lisa McGunigal, Viisting Assistant Professor of English, received a one month $3,000 residential ...Read More
Christian Gibson, Victim Advocate / Prevention Educator, recently received a $17,028 award from t...Read More
Due to the campus closure, the regularly scheduled Office of Sponsored Research and Programs sess...Read More
With COVID-19 impacting nearly every facet of life, proposal submissions and awards are no differ...Read More
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Hope by the Numbers
- 28Grants and Contracts
During the Fiscal Year 2018, 28 grants and contracts were awarded, totaling over $6 million.
- $30MExternal Grants
Hope has been awarded $30 million of external grants over the last decade.
380 Hope students across 28 academic departments presented 250 posters at the annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research.Check out Celebration
- 1 of 7Liberal Arts Colleges
Hope is only one of seven liberal arts colleges in U.S. News & World Report's listing of excellence in Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects.