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The Academic Grants & Sponsored Programs Office (AGSP) advances the College鈥檚 mission through a dynamic portfolio of grants from foundations, corporations, and government sources.听 AGSP assists faculty members, administrators, and staff to secure external funds in support of academic and institutional priorities such as faculty research, capital improvements, scholarships, student supports, and community initiatives.

For more information, contact the Office of Academic Grants and Sponsored Programs at (716) 839-7658.鈥

Fiscal Year 2022-23

  • $36,000 for
  • $150,000 over three years for social work student scholarships
  • $3956 for students with disabilities
  • $100,000 over two years for enter for Applied Behavior Analysis
  • $316,694 over three years for
Scott Bieler Foundation
  • $575,696 to create a Veterans Success Center

Fiscal Year 2021-22

  • $300,000 over three years for IMIT
Little-Kittinger Foundation
  • $25,000 over three years for IMIT
  • $5,000 for diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • $3,643 for Library access and innovation

Fiscal Year 2020-21

of the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo
  • $8,071 for youth track & field program
HECap听
  • $2,374,328 for athletic facilities
  • $16,676 for COVID response
  • $1,130 for the Library Coordinated Collection program
  • $125,700 over three years for Youth Sport & Recreation Capacity Building project

Fiscal Year 2019-2020

  • $200,000 over two years for diversity and inclusion initiatives
  • $3,000 for听听(CAUSE)
  • $25,000 for听
听2019听HECap听
  • $282,072 for science facilities renovations
  • $115,000 for the Institute for Mobility Innovation & Technology (IMIT)
  • $250,000 for IMIT
  • $6,800 for the听Library听Coordinated Collection program
  • $300,000 over two years for the Center for Medical Innovation & Technology
  • $66,000 over two years for听
  • $220,000 over three years for听听
  • $2,500 for听

Fiscal Year 2018-2019

  • $3,000 for
  • $25,000 for
  • $25,000 for 听
  • $10,000 for Humanities for the Public Good -听
  • $2,000 for books and supplies for the Thomas Reynolds Center afterschool program
2019 HECap
  • $112,000 for science facilities renovations
  • $89,000 for Underemployed Worker Training Program for RN to BS students
  • $11,500 for tutoring and mentoring program for youth and refugees in the city of Buffalo
  • $10,000 for pilot study for Interprofessional Trauma Informed Care Simulation Lab
NCAA CHOICES program
  • $30,000 for substance abuse awareness and prevention
  • $6,800 for the Library Coordinated Collection program听 听
Providence Fund
  • $5,000 for tutoring refugees & the Thomas Reynolds Center听English Language Arts camp
  • $2,500 for 听 听

Fiscal Year 2017-2018

  • $2,650 for听
  • $25,000 for听听
  • $8,000 for municipal dissolution research
  • $7,500 for tutoring and mentoring program for youth and refugees in the city of Buffalo
  • $60,000 for science facilities renovations
  • $350,000 for the Institute for Government & Nonprofit Innovation, Training & Evaluation (IGNITE)听 听
Margaret L. Wendt Foundation
  • $50,000 for athletics community听engagement听 听
NCAA Division II
  • $49,020 for the Strategic Alliance Matching Grant program
  • $200,000 for the Teacher Leader Quality Partnership program
  • $6,800 for the Library Coordinated Collection program
Providence Fund
  • $5,000 for tutoring refugees & the听Thomas Reynolds Center听English Language Arts camp
  • $2,500 for听听听
  • $6,000 to complete the digitization of 麻豆国产AV鈥檚 student newspapers