The Office of Research, Scholarship, and Innovation (ORSI) provides fiducial stewardship and compliance oversight for external grants and sponsored programs. We also champion the dynamic and innovative work being done by Nazareth faculty, staff, and students through a variety of efforts, including:

  • Internal funding opportunities for faculty and students that support a range of scholarly pursuits
  • Creation and implementation of faculty development opportunities around scholarship and grant-seeking
  • Communication and celebration of active grant awards and sponsored projects 
  • Support of the Boyer model of faculty scholarship
  • Collaboration with campus partners in support of interdisciplinary, interprofessional, curricular, and co-curricular projects
  • Leadership and infrastructure for student research initiatives
  • Recognition and celebration of student achievement at the annual Creative Activity and Research Showcase (CARS) 
  • Workshops and trainings for faculty and staff on grant writing, searching for funding (databases), post-award compliance, etc. 

We have a number of exciting initiatives coming in the near future, one of which is a reorganizing/updating of our website. As things may move around over the next couple of months (and always), if you have any questions at all, please contact us! 

Internal Funding

Information on Scholarship and Innovation Awards (SIA), Summer Opportunities for Activities in Research and Scholarship (SOARS) grants, and the Faculty Grant Development Fellowship (FGDF).

External Funding

Learn more about Funding Opportunity databases, proposal development and the form required for submission.

Policies, Procedures, and Forms

Frequently Asked Questions for Current Grant Holders

Have a question? Check to see if it has already been answered here. 

NIH Harman Certificate

Nazareth Earns Prestigious Health Grant

Nazareth was one of six awarded an National Institutes of Health (NIH) 2015 Biomedical and Biobehavioral Research Administration Development grant. The five-year, $433,000 grant supports faculty and staff professional development opportunities for success in securing external funds, which will lead to more student opportunities for mentored research. Read the press release.

Research reported in this press release was supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute Of Child Health & Human Development of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number G11HD085544. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

Creative Activity and Research Showcase

The annual CARS college-wide symposium celebrates students' creative and scholarly work. Each student participant has a faculty sponsor.