Research at UM-Flint

The UM-Flint Office of Research and Sponsored Programs offers research support services for faculty, staff, and students.  From assisting faculty with developing funding proposals to connecting undergraduate students with hands-on research experiences, the office supports the research mission of UM-Flint.

The UM-Flint office works closely with its counterparts in Univeristy of Michigan, Ann Arbor, the Office of Research (UMOR), the Office of Contract Administration (OCA), and like the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP), to review grant applications, manage awarded projects, report financials and monitor compliance issues.

Research support services include:

Research News

December commencement features first-ever person to earn a PhD from UM-Flint

December commencement features first-ever person to earn a PhD from UM-Flint

This semester, Shweta Gore became the first-ever person to earn a PhD from UM-Flint. She plans to walk with physical therapy classmates and faculty at the December 17 commencement ceremony.

Regents approve schematic designs for UM-Flint science building expansion

Regents approve schematic designs for UM-Flint science building expansion

Plans for UM-Flint's William R. Murchie Science Building expansion continue to move forward, as the Board of Regents approved the schematic design.

UM-Flint social work professor publishes new research on parenting and punishment

UM-Flint social work professor publishes new research on parenting and punishment

In this interview, UM-Flint social work professor Julie Ma, PhD, discusses recently published findings of new research on parenting and physical punishment.

Donor Gift Ensures Future UM-Flint Chemistry Research

Donor Gift Ensures Future UM-Flint Chemistry Research

Jessica Kelts, PhD, of UM-Flint Chemistry & Biochemistry, is impacting the world and her students' lives with her research on human cells.