UM-Flint will delay opening until 1 p.m., Tuesday, January 17, 2017

The University of Michigan-Flint will delay opening until 1 p.m., Tuesday, January 17, 2017 due to road conditions and the weather forecast. Only essential personnel should report. All classes, events and activities scheduled to begin before 1 p.m. Tuesday are cancelled.

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs offers integrated research support for faculty, staff, and students. Whether it's by assisting faculty with developing funding proposals, 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.

Research support services include:

Research News

Student presenting at Meeting of Minds

Meeting of Minds Registration Now Open!

Undergraduate students at the University of Michigan – Dearborn, the University of Michigan – Flint, and Oakland University are encouraged to participate in the 25thannual session of the Meeting of Minds (MOM) Undergraduate Research Conference on Friday, May 12, 2017, on the campus of Oakland University.

Reigstration is now opened for students from all disciplines and majors. MOM provides an extraordinary opportunity for students to present the results of their scholarly and creative endeavors through oral or poster presentations or in live performances.  Presenters may also consider publishing their projects in the Meeting of Minds Journal.

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.