What is the Sponsored Research & Programs Office?
The Office of Sponsored Research & Programs (SRP) was created to support faculty scholarship and resides within the Office of Academic Affairs. Providence College strongly supports and encourages outside grants and contracts for scholarly activity and creative endeavors. It is staffed by a director, who oversees all functions of the office and reports to the associate vice president for academic affairs.
SRP is the institutional office at Providence College responsible for the review, submission, and acceptance of College-based research, educational, training, or technical assistance programs that involve funds, materials, or other compensation from outside sources.
How does the Sponsored Research & Programs Office support faculty?
The director of SRP collaborates with Providence College faculty and staff on the development and submission of grant proposals to private and government sponsors and ensures compliance with institutional and sponsor guidelines and regulation. SRP services allow investigators to maintain focus on concepts, science, and the generation of new knowledge.
Kris A. Monahan, Ph.D.
Director of Sponsored Research & Programs
Office of Academic Affairs
Harkins Hall 208