The Connector is the hub of MU's Broader Impacts initiative, providing professional development and engagement resources for faculty, staff, students and surrounding communities.
Finalize compliance information to adhere to all applicable federal, state and university rules and regulations that are related to research.
Human subjects and animal research
Log into eCompliance to finalize close of project details.
Bridge funding resources
The Connecting with Missouri (CWM) grant is sponsored by The Connector for the purpose of supporting new and existing projects, programs, and initiatives that focus on engagement, outreach, and broader impacts.
If you are sharing with an international entity or sending materials outside the U.S. or its territories, work with Export Controls for additional guidance.
Update your profile
Sponsored programs resources
- No Cost Time Extension Request
- OSPA Third-Party Cost-Share Commitment
- Payroll Correcting Entry Form External (PDF)
- Payroll Correcting Entry Form External (Excel Document)
- Cost Share
- DHHS Salary Cap
- Electronic Effort Verification Report
- Fixed Price Transfer
- Grants Training Registration App
- Sponsored Programs Guidance on Industry Contracts Relating to Oversight Management Plans
Learn about MU inventor rights and responsibilities.
As a general rule, MU owns inventions made by its employees. See University of Missouri Collected Rules and Regulations, Section 100.020.
Share research with an outside collaborator.
Make sure to have a nondisclosure, data use or material transfer agreement in place before you share confidential or unpublished research, data or materials with an outside collaborator.
Self-paced professional development resources
More professional development resources
Browse our growing library of recorded webinars.
Sign up for upcoming workshops.
We also offer several programs that provide sustained support and training.
MU Coulter Biomedical Accelerator Program
Provides proof-of-concept funding and training for physician-engineer teams interested in translating biomedical innovations into products that improve health and patient care.
Midwest Biomedical Accelerator Consortium
Offers proof-of-concept funding and training, including the basics of biomedical and biotech product development and get-to-market strategies.
MU Midwest BioAccelerator
Offers mentoring and wraparound support in the development of new products related to the detection and mitigation of infectious diseases and other national biodefense and health security needs.
Sign up to get the latest news about funding opportunities, professional development, research news, accolades and important deadlines.