Office of Sponsored Programs

The Office of Sponsored Programs at USD partners with faculty, administrators, and graduate students to provide a variety of pre-award services for externally-funded projects.

These services include concept development and identification of potential extramural funding sources, proposal and budget preparation, and the submission of innovative, high-quality, competitive proposals. Our team is committed to providing quality service and support to the University community.

The Office of Sponsored Programs has temporarily moved to Casa Maria, located behind Founders Chapel.

Research Highlights

NSF Important Notice No. 144: Harassment (February 8, 2018) (in144)

NSF Prospective New Awardee Guide (January 2018) (nsf18033)

New NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 18-1) Has Been Issued

USD Awarded NSF Grant for Community Engagement Project

USD McNair Scholars Program Gets Five-Year Funding Renewal from U.S. Department of Education

USD Receives $1.6 Million Grant to Provide Innovative Behavioral Health Training

USD Opens Center to Aid Local Startups

REU Fellows Expand Knowledge via Summer Research

Science Society Honors University Professors

USD Earns NSF Grant to Fill Void in Research Enterprises for College Students

Research Week at USD 2017 Recap

A Week of Discovery, Appreciation for USD Research Awaits

Showcasing, Celebrating the Importance of Research

Malachowski: Students Can Develop, Showcase Passion Through Undergraduate Research

Keck Foundation Awards USD's Humanities Center $250,000

The Campaign for USD: Fighting the Good Fight

USD Magazine: "Nutritious. Delicious. Ambitious"

Union Tribune Highlights how SD School take on Sex Trafficking

Carpenter's Research Triggers Declaration of "Human Trafficking Month" by San Diego City Council

NSF Awards Nearly $1.7 Million to CUR to Create Research-Based Curricula

USD Professor Earns Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award

University of San Diego Awarded NSF Grant for Engineering Conference

"Is Baja CA becoming a War Zone?" KPBS Radio Interview with Dr. David Shirk

Parents Just as Wary of Neighborhood Schools as They Were Five Years Ago