A Mindful Commitment to Research The Regis University Office of Academic Grants (OAG) is collaborative, resource-driven and service-oriented. We work in close collaboration with faculty in their research, scholarship and creative activities. Core Values The OAG is committed to actions that demonstrate the following core values: Supporting the mission and goals of Regis University Offering exceptional support services and developmental resources to the academic community Promoting a mindful commitment to research Ensuring full compliance with research regulations and policies Maintaining a proactive role in the effort to increase funding Cultivating the development of a sustainable funding strategy Enhancing collegiality and collaboration within the internal and external academic communities Who We Are Don Bridger, Director of the Office of Academic Grants 303.548.4206 or email@example.com Don Bridger has nearly 20 years experience in higher education grants and contracts administration. As director he is responsible for providing leadership in research throughout the University and for assuring that all research at Regis is carried out ethically and safely in accordance with regulations and standards. In 2011, Don spearheaded the successful reorganization of the OAG by organizing, streamlining and documenting the pre-award grants management process and by fostering collaborative research efforts across the University. He has established policy and procedure and compliance services to enable faculty to concentrate on their research. Don is dedicated to the integration of the University's Jesuit mission with the work of his office. His goal is to continually develop the OAG to meet the growing needs of the Regis research community. Valerie A. Schreiber, Academic Grants Administrative Assistant 303.964.3616 or firstname.lastname@example.org Valerie A. Schreiber holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with emphasis in marketing and accounting. She is currently working on her Master of Science in Organizational Leadership at Regis University. Valerie began her Regis career in the Office of the Academic Dean at Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions. Prior to arriving at Regis, she worked for the Jefferson County School District for six years. Valerie works closely with the Human Subjects Institutional Research Board and the SPARC, in addition to her work with academic grants.