The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is committed to offering integrated research support for our faculty, staff, and students. Whether it's by connecting undergraduate students with hands-on research experiences, by providing opportunities for students and faculty to present their research, or by supporting investigators through the entire project lifecycle, it is our goal to foster a culture of research at UM-Flint. Namely, we offer a variety of research support services which include:

Research News

Winter 2016 Provost's Research Fund Awardees

Congratulations to the first recipients of the Provost's Research Fund Awards

Bara Alsalaheen, Physical Therapy Department

Lisa Lapeyrouse, Public Health and Health Sciences Department

Seung-Jin Lee, Earth and Resource Science Department

Winter 2016 RCAC and Dr. Ben Bryer Fund Awardees

Congratulations to the Winter 2016 recipients of Research and Creative Activity Committee and Dr. Ben Bryer Foundation awards.

Amal Alhosban, Computer Science, Engineering, and Physics Department

Bara Alsalaheen, Physical Therapy Department

Olanrewaju Aluko, Computer Science, Engineering, and Physics Department

Stephanie Dean, Theatre and Dance Department

Emily Feuerherm, English Department

Nicholas Kingsley, Chemistry Department

Jacob Lederman, Sociology Department

Toko Oshio, Education Department

Rie Suzuki, Public Health and Health Sciences Department

Meeting of Minds is Friday, May 13

UM-Flint will host the 24th annual Meeting of Minds Undergraduate Research Conference on Friday, May 13, 2016. MOM provides UM-Flint students the opportunity to engage in a day of research presentations with peers from the University of Michigan-Dearborn and Oakland University.

Opportunities for Researchers

NVivo now available for use in the Office of Research

The popular qualitative and mixed-methods analysis software, NVivo, is available for use in the Office of Research. 

High-speed Research Data Storage Now Available

U-M investigators involved in data-intensive research are getting a new tool to help them store, manage and analyze large data sets. Advanced Research Computing Technology Services (ARC-TS) has announced that a new service, Turbo Research Storage, is available to researchers on all U-M campuses.