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OSP Faculty Spotlight for Spring 2024 is Dr. Li-Hsuan Hsu and Dr. Jordan Karsten.

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Faculty Spotlights

The Office of Sponsored Programs remains committed to celebrating our faculty and their contributions and dedication to research. Read our faculty spotlights to learn about our PIs and their grantsmanship journey.

Faculty Spotlight Presentation

Join us for the UWO Faculty Spotlight Presentation and Dialogue, offered by the Office of Sponsored Programs and WiSys. Faculty, staff and students are all welcome to attend.  Please see below for session details.

“The Impact of Cross-organizational Leadership and Partnerships on Teacher Education”  

 Date:  Thursday, March 14
Time:  12:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. CT
Presenter:  Dr. Li-Hsuan Hsu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Art

Description:  Dr. Hsu will discuss various aspects of how to attain research success. Areas will include:

  • Designing collaborative approach for K-16 teacher education program development
  • Utilizing partnership network to enhance both research and UWO student experience
  • Navigating leaders’ involvement in grant work across units/organizations
  • Promoting UWO-based programming to out-of-state audience

Watch on-demand

WiSys Workshop: “WiSys Guide to Navigating External Funding

Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2024
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CT

Presenter:  WiSys Research Development staff. WiSys is a non-profit supporting organization of the UW System, serving as a dedicated technology transfer office for 11 universities.

Description: Learn how to secure external funding to support your research, scholarly or creative project.

  • Identifying the right funding opportunities
  • Strategies for communicating with sponsors
  • Preparing a strong grant proposal
  • Next steps after proposal submission

Download PowerPoint presentation slides. Watch on demand here.

WiSys Grant Writing Webinars 


Read our Newsletter

Find out about the latest news about grants, contracts and compliance with our Newsletter. Don’t have time now? Download it and read it at your leisure OSP Newsletter February 2024.

Looking for older newsletters? Find those in our archive.

Grant opportunities and skill development webinars

Find upcoming events  and grants at WiSys.org

Revise, Resubmit, Reconsider? 
Thursday, May 2, 2024, 2:00-2:45
Watch on-demand at this link.

NSF I-Corps Program 

Do you want to translate your research into impactful real-world applications? Join UW-Madison’s Technology Entrepreneurship Office (TEO) to learn about how I-Corps can help you do just that.

By attending this learning session, you’ll gain insights to determine if the NSF I-Corps program aligns with your goals. Hear from past I-Corps participants who will share their experiences. Bonnie Bachman, Director of the Technology Entrepreneurship Office (TEO), will offer an overview of the local, regional, and national I-Corps programs.

Whether you’re considering entrepreneurial innovation or applying for SBIR, STTR, or PFI, this session will explain how I-Corps can help you achieve your goals. Click link for more information April I-Corps Learning Sessions Flier.

  • April 23 (in-person): 330 N Orchard St, Madison, WI 53715 | 12-1 pm
  • April 24 (online): Zoom | 12-1 pm

Register Now

New NSF Safe and Inclusive Working Environment for Off-Campus and Off-Site Research Activities

This new NSF policy requires that the University have a plan in place to address certain behaviors should they occur while off-campus or off-site research is conducted.  NSF defines off-campus or off-site research as data/information/samples being collected off-campus or off-site. Starting January 30, 2023, all PIs will be required to complete a form detailing their plans to foster a safe and inclusive off-campus environment prior to submitting any NSF proposal that proposes to conduct research off-campus or off-site. The plan must be disseminated to all individuals participating in the off-campus or off-site research prior to departure. The form for the plan can be found hereContact OSP at OSP@uwosh.edu with any questions. 

New NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy

Effective for applications starting January 25, 2023, and after, all NIH-supported researchers producing scientific data will be expected to submit a Data Management & Sharing Plan as part of their proposals. Under the new policy, data must be shared no later than the time of an associated publication or the end of the performance period.  The NIH policy encourages the use of established data repositories. Learn what is expected of investigators and institutions under the 2023 NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy.  A Data Management Plan Tool (DMP tool) is available to assist researchers in creating a plan: https://dmptool.org/plans.   To use the DMP tool, log in using your UWO email and password.

NSF PAPPG Now Available

A version of the NSF Proposal & Award Policies and Procedures Guide (PAPPG NSF 24-1) has been issued.  A summary of the changes may be located here.



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Our Team Members

Office Contact

Phone: (920) 424-3215
Email: OSP@uwosh.edu
Office Location: Dempsey 214

Mailing Address: 800 Algoma Blvd. Oshkosh, WI 54901-8627