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Corporate, Foundation, and Government Partnerships
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Utica College

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Community Foundation Gift for new UC lab
Corporate, Foundation, and Government Partnerships

Assistance with planning and developing award proposals

 


G rants play an important role in advancing Utica College’s mission and educational priorities. The Office of Corporate, Foundation, and Government Partnerships (OCFGP) coordinates grant-seeking from corporations and businesses, private foundations, and state and federal government sources.

Grant awards may support a range of initiatives, such as new and innovative curricula; faculty and student research; the acquisition of new equipment; building renovation and capital improvements; scholarships; and projects that benefit the College and the community.

The OCFGP can support faculty and staff by helping to ensure that grant proposals are well planned, support the College’s educational mission, reflect a high standard of quality, and are consistent with granting agency and other applicable guidelines.

The OCFGP can assist with:

  • research to identify funding sources
  • help with proposal planning and development
  • developing budgets
  • review of proposal drafts and supplementary information
  • proposal submission
  • acknowledging the award
  • coordination with Marketing and Communication to publicize awards

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UC to Cut Ribbon on Newest Facility


Economic Crime, Justice Studies Building Offers Specialized Labs, Research Facilities

Written By Thomas Armitage '09, PR Intern

UC Officials to cut ribbon on new facility April 3

Contact
cleogrande@utica.edu

Utica, NY (03/13/2009)
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Utica College officials will cut the ribbon April 3 on the newest academic building, housing economic crime and justice studies.

Home to the college's Economic Crime Institute (ECI) and the Center for Identity Management and Information Protection (CIMIP), the state-of-the-art structure has specialized laboratories and research facilities for those programs, and for students learning cybersecurity, fraud prevention, criminal investigation, and more.

The 22,000-square foot structure, the second phase of the college's Science and Technology complex, was completed in December.

In addition to criminal justice and economic crime investigation undergraduate majors, UC offers a major in cybersecurity and information assurance, as well as an online master's degree in economic crime management. Most recently, the college added an online master's degree in criminal justice administration.

 



Details about CIMIP building