Login to JUMP
, click on the "research" tab, and click on "My Research Tools".
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To get a JUMP account, go to ClaimID
Access to the appropriate functionality and data is role based and individualized. Everyone who has an academic rank automatically has access to My Research Tools.
In My Research Tools, go to Profile, Keywords, Collaboration & Funding Opportunities. All information entered here and marked as accessible to the public will appear on the Research Experts Search. The exception is Postings, which are only available to other UM faculty through My Research Tools.
There are several types of information that may be entered.
My Profile: home page URL, office phone number, and whether you are currently recruiting graduate students
My Keywords: research expertise keywords, research description, teaching description, and public/media description
My Biography: languages and CV
My Activities: international activities
My Postings: internal collaboration postings
For detailed instructions on how to enter this information, click here
. For more information about the Research Experts Search, click here
Email and phone number updates can be made by emailing Campus Directory (email@example.com). Changes to your address or position can be made by contacting Human Resources (firstname.lastname@example.org).
International Activities can be any activity that you participated in abroad, such as research collaborations, development projects and service abroad, conferences and visiting lectureships, field trips, or travel study courses. This data is collected for the Office of International Relations (contact Cameron Zywina
for more information). Additionally, any activities marked as accessible to the public will appear on the UM Research Experts Search.
Funding Opportunity alerts are linked to the keywords that you add to your profile. Selecting keywords marked with an * allows you to also check the "Funding Opportunities" keyword option, and this will automatically sign you up to receive email alerts for funding opportunities based on that keyword.
All possible funding opportunities that the University has received can be seen under Funding Opportunities. See here
for more information. Please note that the "Full Info" details can only be viewed while you are connected to the University network.
A UM project number (formerly called a FAAF number) is assigned to a proposal once it is submitted to the Office of Research Services. It is a five digit number and can be found under the "No." column in My Projects.
Other information available includes: UM Project Number (click on the number to load details)
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- UM Project Number (click on the number to load details)
Proposal details from the ORS database
Award details from the sponsor (since 2011)
Human and Animal Ethics approval information
Summary of each fund's activity by fiscal year from Budgets & Grants
First make sure that you are looking under the right tab for your project. The tabs are defined as:
Current Awards - Awarded projects that are currently between the sponsor's official start and end date of the project.
Recently Submitted - Proposals submitted to the Office of Research Services in the past 12 months.
All Awarded - All projects that have received funding (since 1995).
All Statuses - All proposals that have been submitted to the Office of Research Services (since 1995).
Search Results - Proposals found using the Quick Search box.
Proposals will appear on My Projects as soon as they have been entered into the system by ORS. Forms requiring signatures will not be entered until all signatures have been received.
Award dates are defined by the sponsor. If changes to your award are not reflected in My Projects, please send ORS a copy of the revised award notice.
Open - Proposal has been sent to the sponsor and is awaiting notification. Project has the necessary UM paperwork, however ORS has not received an award notice. Projects that are more than 2 years old will be closed.
Pending - Proposal has been sent to the sponsor and is awaiting notification. Project has outstanding UM paperwork (i.e. Human/Animal ethics approval). ORS requires copies of necessary approvals and award notice prior to fund setup. Projects that are more than 2 years old will be closed.
Other status definitions can be found by clicking on the question mark symbol next to the "Status" column in My Projects.
In My Projects, you can download a copy of the current report view by clicking "Export to Excel" on the right-hand side.
Excel will produce a warning prompting that the file is in a different format than specified by the file extension. Ignore this as it is expected behavior and click "Yes" to continue opening the file.
By default Excel will save the file as a Web Page (*.htm) rather than an Excel Workbook (*.xlsx or *.xls). In order to properly save the data, click Save As and select Workbook as the file type.
If Excel doesn't appear to show any gridlines, go to the View tab and make sure that the Gridlines box is checked (sometimes Excel may uncheck this by default). If the gridlines still do not appear, select all of the worksheet cells and make sure that the background color is set to "No Fill".