Clemson University has been increasingly successful in securing competitive funding to support research and scholarship.
- Annual competitive research awards have increased 36 percent the past seven years to $106 million in fiscal year 2019.
- Annual proposal submissions were $594 million in fiscal year 2019, a high point for the last seven years.
- Total R&D expenditures were $219 million in FY2019, up 44 percent since 2013.
Among many other services offered, the Division of Research can help identify funding opportunities, craft competitive proposals and submit proposals to funding agencies. Visit the respective office below to get started.
NEED TO KNOW
Clemson University faculty and staff must complete annual Conflict of Interest training and submit an annual disclosure.
Non-disclosure, material transfer and data-use agreements may offer significant benefits for faculty applying for grants.
The Division’s Office of Sponsored Programs serves as the university’s central pre-award office, helping faculty navigate the proposal submission process.
The Grants and Contracts Administration assists Principal Investigators (PIs), department staff, and administrators with post-award financial and administrative matters related to sponsored projects.