If you have questions regarding non-sponsored funds (e.g., Other Designated, Operating Budget, Expendable or Endowment Gift funds), contact the representative assigned to your school/department provided in the table below.

For questions regarding sponsored funds, contact the Office of Sponsored Research School/Administrative Representative assigned to your school/department.

School and Department Contacts for Non-Sponsored Funding

School / Department Name Email Phone
Business Affairs Amanda Lopez-Lara @email 4-0560
Dean of Research*:
FSI/IIS and other independent labs,
centers and institutes
Mai Vuong @email 8-1039
Department of Athletics,
Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER)
Mai Vuong @email 8-1039
Development Jun Yang @email 5-6157
Earth, Stanford Esther Jung @email 1-6107
Education Meg Keenan @email 1-1371
Engineering Meg Keenan @email 1-1371
Graduate School of Business (GSB) Esther Jung @email 1-6107
Hoover Institution Amanda Lopez-Lara @email 4-0560
Humanities and Sciences (H&S) Amanda Lopez-Lara @email 4-0560
Law Amanda Lopez-Lara @email 4-0560
Medicine and Hospitals Gwenevere Mitchell @email 5-1837
President and Provost Esther Jung @email 1-6107
Stanford Alumni Association (SAA) Mai Vuong @email 8-1039
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Meg Keenan megk@stanford.edu 1-1371
Stanford University Libraries (SUL / AIR) Mai Vuong @email 8-1039
Student Affairs Meg Keenan @email 1-1371
Undergraduate Financial Aid & Scholarships Mai Vuong @email 8-1039
Vice Provost for Graduate Education (VPGE) Meg Keenan @email 1-1371
Vice Provost for Student Affairs
(VPSA,  Haas Center for PS)
Meg Keenan @email 1-1371
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE) Jun Yang @email 5-6157
If inquiry not returned in
24 hours, contact...
Lynette Kruger

Fund Accounting Manager
@email 3-9773

*HEPL=Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory, LAM = Lymphangioleiomyomatosis, SIEPR=Stanford Institute for Economy Policy Research, CASBS=Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Science and FSI/IIS=Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.

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