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Office of Sponsored Programs

** Winter Break Deadlines**

All external grant proposals with December deadlines must be submitted by the Office of Sponsored Programs before winter break - no exceptions. To facilitate this process in a timely manner, OSP has established the following internal deadlines for extramural grant proposals:

     November 24 – Notification of intent to submit must be emailed to
                                  proposal.development@wku.edu.

     December 5 – All final proposal documents must be reviewed by
                                  department head/dean and submitted to OSP.


Early notification only is required by December 8 for external proposals with deadlines in January 2015.  Email your intent to submit to proposal.development@wku.edu.

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OSP Purpose

The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) at Western Kentucky University is a service unit that assists the faculty and staff at WKU in obtaining external funds. We offer assistance across the entire spectrum of sponsored programs activities, from identifying a potential source of funding to reviewing the terms and conditions of awards made to the institution.

 

Contact the OSP

Don't know which OSP staff member to contact? Then email sponsored.programs@wku.edu or call the main line at 270-745-4652. You'll be connected to the right person.

 

OSP Location

301 Potter Hall - Potter Hall is across Alumni Drive from Wetherby Administration Building. Metered parking spaces are located on Alumni Drive and in the Old Fort Lot behind Potter Hall.

 

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WKU Student develops The Ebola Project app to track virus
WKU Student develops The Ebola Project app to track virus

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