Maestro is an enterprise-wide system used to support researchers, specialists, and research administration across The Texas A&M University System.  Maestro also help researchers in project administration and serve as a repository of important technical and administrative documents of the proposals and projects.

Using Maestro you will be able to:

  • Create, view and approve proposals.
  • Follow your proposals, awards and projects.
  • View project terms and conditions.
  • Check account balances, transactions, payroll activities and revenue.
  • Set up monthly account statements.

At Texas A&M University at Galveston, our office offers frequent training to faculty and staff. We can also assist researchers with specific issues.

For information contact:

Patty Gonzales
Business Coordinator III

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Sponsored Research Services is the Texas A&M University area in charge of assisting researchers with the preparation and submission of proposals for external funding.  It also help researchers in contract negotiation, project administration, project monitoring and reporting.  Although Principal Investigators are ultimately responsible for their proposals, SRS provides services to help researchers to submit, negotiate and administer they proposals and projects.

The Research Operations Office works as a liaison between SRS and faculty in Texas A&M at Galveston, supporting all their efforts from proposal writing to submitting the final report.

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Texas A&M's Division of Research delivers strategic support to further the University's research mission through, facilitating collaborations to grow federal funding, strengthening the research infrastructure, promoting the value of research, encouraging commercialization partnerships, and ensuring research compliance. The division is committed to a truly comprehensive university, where students, researchers, and inventors bring scholarship and innovation to bear for the benefit of the community, the state, and the nation.

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Research Advisory Council    

The Research Advisory Council (RAC) advises the Senior Associate Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies on the development of the TAMUG research program, procedures for allocation of resources related to research and development of long-range plans for enhancing TAMUG’s research.

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We offer a series of group and person-to-person training opportunities for Faculty, Staff and Students in topics such as proposal preparation, budgeting, research compliance, research tools (such as Maestro), to facilitate the research process at the University.

Please contact us to discuss your needs and schedule appropriate training.

Dr. Diego L. Gil-Agudelo

Director of Research Operations
Research and Graduate Studies Office
Texas A&M University at Galveston 
(409) 749-4941 

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Financial Reports    

The Texas A&M University System Annual Financial Report is available online.  The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements.  For a complete presentation of a specific system member, the system combined report including the notes should be reviewed along with the member report.

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Hiring and Contracts    

When hiring a Research Scientist or prepare a Contract with another party, The Texas A&M University System has a set of regulations and steps to follow to secure the compliance with Federal and State laws.  Please refer to the following documents and contact us for further information:

TAMUG Comprehensive Research Funds (TCRF)    

Funds provided by the Texas Legislature to TAMUG to increase research capacity and should be considered to be a departmental/campus resource.