Institutional Fact Sheet | Kent State University

Institutional Fact Sheet

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Institution Name             

Kent State University                                      

Address

Sponsored Programs
Division of Research and Sponsored Programs (RASP)

Sponsored Programs
Delivery/ Visitation 
Address

207 Schwartz Center
800 East Summit Street
Kent, Ohio 44242-0001

Mailing Address

PO Box 5190
Kent, Ohio 44242-0001

Sponsored Programs Phone 

330-672-2070

Sponsored Programs Fax

330-672-7991

Institutional/Employer ID Number

31-6402079

Institutional DUNS Number

04-107-1101

CAGE Code

1LKL3

IPEDS ID

203517

Authorized Institutional Official for Grant Proposals

Lori Burchard - Director, Sponsored Programs 
email: lburchar@kent.edu

Pre-Award Contact

Diana Skok, Assistant Director, Sponsored Programs
email: dskok@kent.edu

Post-Award Contact

Beverly Robertson, Associate Director, Sponsored Programs  
email: brobert1@kent.edu

Human Subjects
Assurance #

00001853

Human Subjects Review Contact

Paulette Washko
phone 330-672-2704 
email: pwashko@kent.edu

Animal Care
Assurance #

D16-00344

 

USDA Reg. #

31-R-030

Animal Subjects Review Contact

Kevin McCreary
phone: 330-672-8058

email: kmccrea1@kent.edu
Paulette Washko
phone: 330-672-2704 

email: pwashko@kent.edu

Laboratory Safety, Radiation Safety, Biological Safety and Laboratory Waste Disposal Contact

LaKetta Wilson
phone: 330-672-1977 
email: lwilso51@kent.edu

Conflict of Interest/Mgmt. Plan First Contact

Lori Burchard, Director, Sponsored Programs
email: lburchar@kent.edu

Mileage rates and information

http://www.kent.edu/accountspayable/travel

Congressional District

13 - Tim Ryan

U.S. Senators

Sherrod Brown
Rob Portman

Ohio House District

75 - Kathleen Clyde

Ohio Senate District

18 - John Eklund

Facility and Administrative Indirect Cost Rate

On-Campus:
Research & Instruction:
49.0% of Modified Total Direct Costs (MTDC), for projects beginning 07/01/2014 - 06/30/2015

49.5% of Modified Total Direct Costs (MTDC), for projects beginning 07/01/2015 - 06/30/2016

50.0% of Modified Total Direct Costs (MTDC), for projects beginning 07/01/2016 -               

Other Sponsored Activities:
32.0% of Modified Total Direct Costs (MTDC), for projects beginning 07/01/2014 -

Off-Campus:
26.0% of Modified Total Direct Costs (MTDC), for projects beginning 07/01/2014 - 

A detailed description of off-campus indirect cost rates is available from Sponsored Programs.

*MTDC excludes from the base: equipment, capital expenditures, tuition remission, rental of off-site facilities, scholarships, fellowships, and the portion of each subcontract in excess of $25,000.

Facility and Administrative Indirect Cost Agreement Date

11/16/2017

Cognizant Audit Agency

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Institutional Average Fringe Benefit Rates

Full-Time & Part-Time Employees
14.0% Retirement benefit
0.5% Workers Compensation
1.5% Medicare

Summer salary of 9-month faculty: 16.0% (rounded)
Part-time employees: 16.0% (rounded)
Graduate assistants/some part-time students: 14.5% (rounded)
Other part-time students: 1.0% (rounded)

Full-Time Employees Health Insurance

$13,704, beginning in FY18. Health insurance is budgeted as a portion of the fringe benefits** based on the percentage of time included in the proposal. It is charged to an award based on the percentage of effort charged to the project (e.g. 10% effort charged to the project would be $1,370 of health care insurance costs).

**Fringe benefit rates are budgeted in Kuali using the closest percentage point to reflect all potential benefits for employees in the various classes.

Graduate Assistants, Health Insurance & Tuition/Fees
Graduate assistants receive flat allocation toward health insurance ($1,478 for AY 17/18), along with tuition, applicable fees, etc. Check the Bursar’s Office website for current tuition and fee information.