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
Joanne Stewart, Elmer E. Hartgerink Professor of Chemistry, recently had her National Science Fou...Read More
Hope College is now soliciting pre-proposals for faculty nominations to the National Endowment fo...Read More
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
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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.