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Keri Rossi-D'entremont

Keri Rossi-D’entremont is working on a project called Self Advocates in Learning (SAIL), which aims to help students at RIC become self-advocates of their own learning.

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Common Proposal Data

Many sponsors request college identifying codes or common data that apply to all applications. Please contact ORGA if the correct code cannot be found.

Applicant Information

Applicant Name or Organization

Rhode Island College

Applicant Address and Telephone

Office of Research & Grants Administration
Roberts Hall 408
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908
Phone: 401-456-8228
Fax: 401-456-8287

Official Authorized to Sign for Rhode Island College

Lisa Smolski, Director
Director of Research and College Initiatives
Office of Research and Grants Administration
Phone: 401-456-2809
E-mail: lsmolski@ric.edu

Business Official or Financial Officer

Paul Forte, Assistant Vice President for Finance and Controller
Rhode Island College
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908
Phone: 401-456-8225

Legislative Districts for Rhode Island College

Congressional: Second district, Rhode Island (RI-002 for grants.gov)
RI Representative District 06
Please go to Outside Linkthis link and type in Rhode Island College's street address and zip code to confirm current government officials (600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue, 02908).
RI Senate District 07

Public Reporting

Rhode Island College does not publish an annual report.
Rhode Island College is not required to file a Form 990.

Common Rates/Documents

Indirect Cost/F&A Rates

Effective July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2017
On-Campus all programs: 53% of Salaries and Wages
Off-Campus all programs: 30.30% of Salaries and Wages
Determining the appropriate F&A rate depends on where the majority of work will take place. If 50% or more of the proposed program or work is to occur on campus, the on-campus rate should be used.
Fringe benefits are not included in the calculation base.
Adobe PDFClick here to view the official F&A rate agreement.

Fringe Benefit Rates

Standard fringe benefit costs for full-time RIC employees may be estimated at 42% of salary level.

Tuition and Fees information

Available via the Bursar's website.

Salary and Fringe Information

Salary and fringe rates for a proposal budget can be secured through Human Resources. ORGA can also make the request.

Template Documents for Proposals

For templates, please visit our Forms & Templates page.

Other Information

Human Participants in Research

For more information, please visit the IRB website.
Specific questions on college policy and procedures relating to the use of recombinant DNA and/or biohazardous materials should be directed to:
Dr. Christine Marco, Chair
irb@ric.edu
Rhode Island College
Institutional Review Board (IRB)

Animal Care and Use

For more information, please visit the IACUC website.
Specific questions on College policy and procedures relating to the use and care of animals in research should be directed to:
Dr. Eric Hall, Chair
ehall@ric.edu
Rhode Island College
Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC)

Recombinant DNA and/or Biohazardous Material

For more information, please visit the IBC website.
Specific questions on College policy and procedures relating to the participation of human beings in research should be directed to:
Dr. Rebeka Merson, Chair
rmerson@ric.edu
Rhode Island College
Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC)

Information on Executive Order 12372 (Intergovernmental Review)

Outside LinkClick here for the State of Rhode Island's Planning Office website with information on Executive Order 12372 and which programs are typically selected for review.

Translation Chart Showing Credit-Hour Offload Versus Percent Effort Versus Person-Months

Credit Hours (based on standard annual 24 hour load) % Effort (out of 100) Person-Months (based on standard annual 9-month appointment)
0 0.0% 0
2.4 10.0% 0.9
2.67 11.1% 1
3 12.5% 1.125
4 16.7% 1.5
4.8 20.0% 1.8
5.33 22.2% 2
6 25.0% 2.25
7.2 30.0% 2.7
8 33.3% 3
9 37.5% 3.375
9.6 40.0% 3.6
12 50.0% 4.5
14.4 60.0% 5.4
15 62.5% 5.625
16 66.7% 6
16.8 70.0% 7.3
18 75.0% 6.75
19.2 80.0% 7.2
20 83.3% 7.5
21 87.5% 7.875
21.6 90.0% 8.1
24 100.0% 9
Credit Hours (based on standard annual 24 hour load) % Effort (out of 100) Person-Months (based on standard annual 9-month appointment)
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Page last updated: October 21, 2014