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The Sponsored Projects team at Carroll University exists to facilitate and offer oversight for each step of the grant-seeking process for faculty and other researchers.  We offer a wide range of services. 
  • On the pre-award side, we can help individuals or groups develop funding ideas, identify funding sources, and craft proposals.
  • We can also assist those who have secured funding with negotiation, grant management, financial oversight, or problem solving on specific projects. 
Working collaboratively with project directors, we can assist throughout the life of the project. While the project is ultimately the responsibility of the project staff, we utilize our resources and relationships to assist with the management of the project to ensure compliance with sponsor and university policy and guidelines.
 
External funding constitutes an agreement between the funder and Carroll University. All proposals and funding agreements must involve the appropriate office or person. Permission to seek external funding must be acquired in advance of proposal submission.
 
 

Note: No funding requests can be made independently for research conducted using Carroll University personnel or facilities. 

 

Federal and State Funding

Laura Koch, Senior Director of Sponsored Projects
         Discovery House, 209 Wright St., room 202 (262.524.7654)
  
Jennifer Jost, Coordinator of Research Administration
          Discovery House, 209 Wright St., room 101 (262.524.7661)

Foundation and Corporate Funding

 

Nancy T. Ketchman, Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations

         Voorhees Hall, room 323 (262.951.3017)

Laura Koch, Senior Director of Sponsored Projects

         Discovery House, 209 Wright St., room 202 (262.524.7654)

Business Office

Deidre Erwin, Controller
           Voorhees 328, (262.524.7201)
 
Ross Bukouricz, Chief Accountant (Grant Specialist)
           Voorhees 327, (262.524.7090)

Research and IRB

2019 -2020 Committee Chair
  Dr. Barbra Beck - Scientific
 
2019 - 2020 Committee Vice-Chair
  Dr. Jessica Brown - Scientific
 
2019 - 2020 IRB Committee
  Mr. Rob Bennett - Non-scientific
  Dr. Jennifer Huck - Scientific
  Ms. Suzanne Lidtke - Non-scientific
  Dr. Joshua Wolf - Scientific 
 
Coordinator of Research Administration
   Jennifer Jost
      Office:  262-524-7661
 

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is a campus-wide committee that ensures the rights of human and animal subjects are adequately protected in research projects. The IRB reviews all projects involving human and animal subjects, as required by both Carroll University policy and the federal Government.

Please visit our Canvas site for information on the IRB at Carroll University.

For assistance, please contact the Coordinator of Research Administration, Jennifer Jost, at irb@carrollu.edu or 262.524.7661.

Awarded Fiscal Year 2019 - 2020

Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women Campus Grant:
Carroll University Prevention, Education and Support Services for Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence

HUD Community Development Block Grant:
Renovation of Wisconsin Avenue Building

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction PreCollege Scholarships:
Horizontes en Carroll University

Awarded Fiscal Year 2018-2019

National Science Foundation DCL STEM Learning Environments: 
DCL: Synthesis and Design Workshop: Digital Science and Data Analytic Learning Environments at Small Liberal Arts Institutions

Health Resources and Services Administration National Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) Academy:
Carroll University National Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) Academy

Awarded Fiscal Year 2017-2018

National Science Foundation S-STEM grant: 
Carroll University Pro-STEM Initiative: Promoting STEM Retention through Self-Efficacy

National Writing Project: 
Seed grant for Leadership Institute to Invest in Developing New Teacher-Leaders

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction PreCollege Scholarships:
Horizontes en Carroll University

Awarded Fiscal Year 2016-2017

Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women Campus Grant:
Carroll University Prevention, Education and Support Services for Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence

Health Resources and Services Administration Primary Care Training and Enhancement Program:
Carroll University Physician Assistant Primary Care Training and Enhancement Program

Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program Change Incubator Funding:
Everyone’s Toolkit: Guns, Grief and Grace in America

National Science Foundation International Research Experiences for Students:
Carroll University Chemistry Research Abroad and Transcultural Experience (CREATE) Program

Awarded Fiscal Year 2015-2016

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction PreCollege Scholarships:
Horizontes en Carroll University

Awarded Fiscal Year 2014-2015

Community Development Block Grant, Waukesha County:
Haertl Field

Health Resources and Services Administration Nursing Workforce Diversity:
Academic Success Program in Nursing

National Endowment for the Humanities Enduring Questions:
What Happens After Death? (PI: John Garrison)

National Endowment for the Humanities Enduring Questions:
How Should a Society Deal with Poverty? (PI: Scott Hendrix)

National Science Foundation Improvements in Facilitates, Communications, and Equipment at Biological Field Stations and Marine Laboratories: Carroll University Biological Field Station Improvement Project

National Science Foundation Campus Cyberinfrastructure, Innovation and Engineering Program:
Planning Grant to Enhance Scientific Network Infrastructure at Carroll University

Wisconsin Department of Justice/Waukesha County Health and Human Services:
Juvenile Justice System Improvement

Awarded Fiscal Year 2013-2014

Americorps VISTA:
Wisconsin Campus Compact

National Writing Project:
Milwaukee Writing Project - Teacher Leadership

Wisconsin Department of Justice/Waukesha County Health and Human Services:
Juvenile Justice System Improvement

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction PreCollege Scholarships:
Horizontes en Carroll University

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Wisconsin State Personnel Development Grant:
Teacher Residency PLC – Preparing Elementary Dual Certification Candidates

Awarded Fiscal Year 2012-2013

Americorps VISTA: Wisconsin Campus Compact

National Science Foundation STEM Talent Expansion Program:
Waukesha STEP Initiative – Engineering in Waukesha County

National Science Foundation Research Opportunity Award:
Supplement to Phylogenetic and Phytochemical Cascades in the Evolution of Tropical Diversity

National Writing Project:
SEED Funding #1 for Milwaukee Writing Project

National Writing Project:
SEED Funding #2 for Milwaukee Writing Project

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction State Personnel Development Grant:
Interdisciplinary Faculty Learning Community Meets RTI

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