ULM's DREAM division along with Dr. Ava Pugh, professor in curriculum, instruction,
and leadership in ULM's College of Education and Human Development, collaborated to
secure a NASA grant for $22,500 grant to fund academic outreach programs at ULM as
part of NASA's Summer of Innovation.
ULM Associate Professors of Pharmacy Dr. Kaddoumi (left) and Dr. El Sayed have been
awarded a combined $272,000 by the Louisiana Board of Regents for research and equipment
to enhance pharmaceutical research.
Since 2006, Carmel Hill has provided funds for more than 100 ULM interns to participate
in math and reading literacy interventions with local PK-12 students during the school
day and during after school programs. In addition, the Fund pledged $25,000 to supply
the College of Education and Human Development Multicultural Library with books, which
are part of the ULM Library system.
Dr. Lynn, Clark, Dr. Ava Pugh, professors of curriculum, instruction, and leadership;
Dr. Anne Case Hanks, assistant professor of atmospheric sciences; and Dr. Joydeep
Bhattacharjee, associate professor of biology, have obtained their third year of funding
from The Louisiana Systemic Initiatives Program (LaSIP), a division of the Louisiana
Board of Regents for a STEM teacher professional development program, Out Standing
in a TEAM.
The United States Patent & Trademark Office recently awarded the University of Louisiana
at Monroe College of Pharmacy a patent for a new anti-cancer drug designed to control
prostate cancer metastasis. The drug was developed by Dr. Khalid El Sayed (left)
and Dr. Girish Shah, professors in ULM's basic pharmaceutical sciences department.
The Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) and
ULM officials announce a $3 million investment in hazard mitigation grant funding
for a Doppler radar system on the ULM campus.
Welcome to OSPR
Support for the pursuit of new knowledge, service to the betterment of society and
rewarding collaborations is our passion.
We serve the University by facilitating a variety of initiatives including:
Ensuring ULM faculty and students obtain and maintain research compliance on all research
studies (IRB, IACUC, and Biosafety) in accordance with university, state, and federal
Assisting ULM personnel seeking funding for research, public service, education and
training, enhancements, equipment and construction/renovation projects.
Connecting expert faculty, ULM resources and partnering organizations in new collaborations.
Aiding ULM personnel through the entirety of the life of awarded proposals (establishment,
revisions, to close-out)
Facilitating the approval of ULM affiliated agreements:
Letters of Intent/Notices of Intent (to apply for funding)
Grant Awards and Subawards
Contracts and Subcontracts
Memorandums of Understanding
Ensuring ULM personnel maintain full-compliance with university policies for sponsored
programs, as well as state and federal regulations.
Please familiarize yourself with our new policiesand newly revised forms
ULM F&A/Indirect Cost rate is 41%- ULM has a new F&A/Indirect Cost rate of effective July 1, 2013.
ULM Fringe Benefit rates for 2013-2014 are 37% full-time, 29% part-time and 0% student workers and GA's.
Effective January 2013, Dr. Leonard Clark has been named Authorized Institutional Representative for submission of proposals and signing authority for contracts, MOUs, material transfers,
agreements, and subawards/subcontracts.