The College of Arts and Sciences Office of Research (CAS OOR) supports faculty research, scholarship, and artistic achievement.

We help faculty: develop external grant and fellowship proposals that meet internal and external guidelines and deadlines, navigate proposal development within the Cayuse system, and coordinate grant administration and accounting.

If you are creating a new grant or fellowship proposal, start here.

We provide limited financial support for: research-related travel, peer review of draft proposals, and pilot research to strengthen proposals.

We also conduct workshops and training for faculty and provide individual consultation. Learn more.


Say goodbye to RAMSeS, download old proposal attachments by June 30, 2022

UNCG is finally saying goodbye to the RAMSeS electronic research administration platform as of 06/30/2022. RAMSeS’ replacement, the Cayuse Research Administration […]

NIH webinar on evaluation of Training, Workforce Development and Diversity (TWD) – Tuesday, June 21

The NIH’s National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) Division of Training, Workforce Development and Diversity (TWD) is offering a […]

NEH Summer Stipends Program (Summer 2023) – Limited Submission Opportunity for UNCG Faculty

The National Endowment for the Humanities has established a deadline of September 21, 2022 at 5:00PM for Summer Stipend applications […]

UNCG updates Fringe Benefit rates

UNCG’s Office of Sponsored Programs has updated the university’s fringe benefit rates as of May 17, 2022. The table below […]

Research Highlights

Dr. Malcolm Schug (Biology) awarded NSF funds for collaborative research to support low-income STEM transfer students

Dr. Malcolm Schug, Associate Professor and Head of the Biology Department, has been awarded NSF funding for a collaborative research […]

Dr. Xiaoli Gao (Mathematics & Statistics) receives DoD funding to continue research on microstructure and fluid flow in porous media

Dr. Xiaoli Gao, Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, has received funding to continue work on the […]

Dr. Asa Eger (History) receives 2022 Undergraduate Research Mentor Award

Dr. Asa Eger, Associate Professor in the Department of History, has received the 2022 Thomas Undergraduate Research Mentor Award for […]