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Office of Research & Sponsored Programs

Welcome

PioneerERA (InfoEd) Update:

PioneerERA (InfoEd) implementation is well under way. Below are the most recent updates:

  • All active awards, and proposals submitted starting January 1, 2019, have been entered into the system.
  • IT continues to work on integrating transaction data from Banner to the Financial Tracking (FT) module of PioneerERA as well as the single sign-on function. This is expected in April.
  • The Proposal Tracking (PT) and Award Tracking (AT) modules are now live for ORSP staff. These modules will be opened up to members of the Advisory Board this spring.

The final phase of the implementation will be the Proposal Development (PD) module. Unfortunately, due to unexpected resource issues, PD implementation will be delayed. We expect PD implementation to begin once this issue is resolved. In the meantime, ORSP and IT are working together with InfoEd to provide the resources necessary to keep this implementation moving forward.

ORSP will provide another update in April, including information regarding training and demonstrations.

If you have any questions on PioneerERA or the implementation, please contact Jerry Mauck.

Sponsored Programs

Sponsored Programs

Sponsored Programs is committed to providing the financial and regulatory stewardship required in today's research climate. Understanding the lifecycle of a grant can be confusing, which is why the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs (ORSP) has developed a grant lifecycle approach to help faculty, staff, and students better manage their proposals and awards. This management approach allows for departments to better understand all stages of a grant.

Navigate through the following links to find out more about all aspects of The Grant Lifecycle.

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To access Grants and Contracts forms, please navigate here.

research integrity and education

Research Integrity and Education

The Office of Research Integrity & Education (ORIE) provides services that support the efforts of the DU research community in their research endeavors to ensure active adherence to the ethical principles and professional standards essential for the responsible practice of research.

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Export Control

Export Control

The University of Denver Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is committed to adhering to all applicable export control laws and regulations that pertain to the conduct and dissemination of research. Although most of the research conducted at DU is exempt from export control regulations, we still commit to comply with the regulations.

  • Do you work with foreign nationals or foreign entities?
  • Do you have publication restrictions or limitations?
  • Do you travel internationally?

If you answered 'yes' to any of the above questions, please contact Jerry Mauck immediately and navigate to our Export Control section to find out more information regarding your next steps.

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Intellectual Property and technology transfer

Intellectual Property & Technology Transfer 

Our mission is to facilitate and celebrate innovation within the University community for the purpose of enhancing the University's reputation and visibility. Whenever possible, we will contribute to the public good through economic development.

For more information, click here

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  • All students, faculty, and staff can ride the shuttle from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day, free of charge