Research and Sponsored Programs

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Welcome to the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) provides research administration and support to UT faculty, staff and students involved in sponsored research and scholarly activities. 

RSP provides proposal and budget development assistance, tools to identify funding sources, professional development, research administration, regulatory compliance management and contract management support.

Thank you for visiting the RSP website today.

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A Few Good Women

French literature, film, feminism, women’s studies—connections. Ruth Hottell is constantly on the lookout for connections between French literature and other topics. But as a student of French culture, she has gravitated to film. “There is no better way of showing culture than by film. The images are there,” she remarks.
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Predicting Violence

“Domestic violence is the most prevalent crime that police come in contact with and is the number one source of violent crime against women and children,” says Richard Johnson, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice. In one year 1.3 million women in the U.S. are physically assaulted by a spouse or intimate partner . . .
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Who's in Your Neighborhood?

Where do members of different ethnic and racial groups choose to settle and where do they buy land and houses when they become mobile and middle class? Is upward mobility inevitably linked to ethnic and racial discord and conflict? Although he started out looking at immigration, Todd Michney began studying black neighborhoods . . .
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College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
Center for Drug Design and Development                                 
College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Instrumentation Center
NMR Facility

 

 



 

You will receive an e-mail with a Banner index number from Grants Accounting.

You can monitor all expenditures in My Sponsored Programs (MySP). MySP will also tell you who your grants analyst is and provide a direct e-mail link.

Your assigned grants analyst can help with any questions you may have and will take care of all financial reporting.

If you plan to hire students, postdocs or other personnel, please check with Human Resources.

 
Last Updated: 8/24/16