The Office of Research Support assists Mizzou Ed faculty, staff, engagement units and graduate students in locating grant opportunities that match their research and program interests and needs.

We also help with such things as:

  • Drafting and reviewing grant proposal components
  • Compliance
  • Budgets and justifications
  • Exploring commercialization opportunities
  • Submitting grant and contract proposals

Our grant writing manual addresses every aspect of the grant proposal process, including developing budgets and human subjects research compliance.

List of Research Courses

Form for Research in Columbia Public Schools

Columbia Public Schools 5-Year Plan

Find Opportunities

We help faculty, staff, engagement units and graduate students find opportunities offered by MU as well as local, state and national public agencies and private foundations. We can also help you search funding opportunity databases.

To get help finding opportunities that meet your research or program goals, contact:

Larry Nossaman
Grant Writer – LTC and SPED
NossamanL@missouri.edu

Judy Healy-Mendez
Grant Writer Senior
healymendezj@missouri.edu

Draft and Review Grant Proposal Components

We provide boilerplate language and sample documents you can use as guides when developing your proposal.

Need help drafting or editing your proposal components? Contact:

[contact name=”larry nossaman”] [contact name=”judy healy mendez”]

Develop a Budget

We provide a budget template and can draft a budget and budget justification for your project.

For assistance with budget-related activities, contact:

Larry Nossaman
Grant Writer – LTC and SPED
NossamanL@missouri.edu

Judy Healy-Mendez
Grant Writer Senior
healymendezj@missouri.edu

Submit Grant Proposals

When submitting grants and contracts, be sure to use the grant fact sheet for all university information.

For help with grant submission, contact:

Larry Nossaman
Grant Writer – LTC and SPED
NossamanL@missouri.edu

Judy Healy-Mendez
Grant Writer Senior
healymendezj@missouri.edu

Using Human Subjects

The Campus Institutional Review Board (IRB) provides training and other resources for developing, submitting and getting approval for human-subject protocols for your research project.

It is the responsibility of each investigator on a proposal to ensure he or she has completed the training and has IRB approval prior to funding.

Mizzou Ed Research Poster Request

Click here to submit a request to print a research poster.