Certified by the Research Administration Certification Council since 2008 and by the Grant Professionals Certification Institute since 2011, Amy joined the Office of College Grants (OCG) in September 2012 at its formation. She is a member of the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA), the Society of Research Administrators International (SRA), and the Grant Professionals Association (GPA), and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Research Administration.
As the Director of Faculty Grants, Amy supports faculty seeking grants, fellowships, and other funding opportunities in support of their research, creative pursuits, and teaching. Additionally, Amy chairs F&M's Grant-Related Institutional Policies and Procedures (GRIPP) Working Group.
Contact Amy in the early stages of your planning for help identifying funders, for assistance in early-stage budget development, or for help in developing or reviewing your narrative sections during proposal development.
Education and Service
Amy earned a BS in Geology at SUNY College at Brockport and an AAS in Computer Information Systems at Jamestown Community College. She earned a Diploma in Divinity Studies at the Unification Theological Seminary (UTS) in 1983, and, in May 2012, was awarded a Master's of Religious Education (MRE) degree; she is currently enrolled in a Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program.
Amy holds professional certifications as a Certified Research Administrator (CRA), and as a Grant Professional Certified (GPC). She is a member of the Chautauqua Leadership Network (CLN), having completed CLN's leadership training program in 2004, and serves on the board of the Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles and on the editorial board of the Journal of Research Administration.
Poster. Mini-Grant Writing: A Project-Based, Collaborative, Student-Centered Pedagogical Tool. Presentation at the 2010 SUNY Fredonia Teaching and Learning Conference, Fredonia, NY. August 16, 2010.
Poster. Building a Winning Team: Connecting the Office of Sponsored Programs with Curriculum and Instruction’s Graduate Course EDU 636: Issues, Trends and Research in Elementary Social Studies. Presentation (co-author Jill Marshall, Ph.D.) at the 2009 Society of Research Administrators (SRA) International Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. October 17-21, 2009.
Poster. Building a Winning Team: Connecting the Office of Sponsored Programs with Curriculum and Instruction’s Graduate Course EDU 636: Issues, Trends and Research in Elementary Social Studies. Presentation with co-author Dr. Jill Marshall, at the 2009 SUNY Fredonia Teaching and Learning Conference, Fredonia, NY. August 17, 2009.