The Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Scholarship oversees most organized research units on campus. The vice provost serves as the campus representative for research with individuals, groups and agencies working to enhance UH Mānoa’s research programs and capabilities.
This office administers research and training revolving funds, campus-wide research initiatives, internal resource allocations and university communications with the Research Corporation of UH. The Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Scholarship is charged with managing strategic initiatives, research program development, research information systems, research and technology transfer, research commercialization and industrial support, and the university’s relationship with the Office of Research Services. The office also works to identify opportunities for federal research funding and helps UH Mānoa faculty and researchers identify and obtain federal financial support.
Dr. Christopher Sabine was appointed interim Vice Provost for Research in February, 2022. A brief bio can be found here.
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Strategic Research Development
The OVPRS has engaged a consulting firm, The Implementation Group, Inc. (TIG), to assist UH Mānoa faculty with grant proposal development and evaluation. TIG services are aimed at strengthening faculty members’ grant proposals. Please visit UH Mānoa’s InfoReady Review portal to request TIG support.