Engineering Research Support Services (ERSS)

ERSS provides research administration support to all faculty in the College of Engineering. ERSS focuses on providing effective and efficient research administration which allows the faculty to focus on developing and growing the research enterprise rather than managing the business services.

Pre-Award assistance is a service provided to the College of Engineering faculty. This service is dedicated to supporting the creation of quality proposals and contracts that are both technically and administratively sound. The goal of submitting the highest quality proposals is accomplished with strong collaboration and teamwork.

Pre-Award Contact
Tonjia May M.A.
McNair 6th Floor Room 635
Office: 336-285-2653
Email: tmay@ncat.edu

Post-Award Services is committed to provide timely, accurate, and courteous assistance to the College of Engineering faculty. We assist our faculty in exercising good fiscal management practices for the administration of externally funded sponsored programs during the life cycle from establishment to closeout. We provide expertise to interpret guidelines and promote compliance with sponsor and University policies.

Post-Award Contact
Regina Ballard B.S.
McNair 6th Floor Room 636
Office: 336-285-2652
Email: rballard@ncat.edu

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