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Resource Development and Administration

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The Resource Development & Administration (RDA) office assists faculty and staff in obtaining and managing grant funding to advance the mission, vision and strategic Outcomes of Lone Star College.

Resource Development and Administration is here to help LSC programs with grant writing, grant management, or Institutional Review Board needs. 

View the Resource Development and Administration Brochure for more information.

New ContentRDA Spring 2020 Newsletter is here!

Lone Star College Grant Forecast Academic Year 2020-21 is here!

LSC Posts Annual Grant Report for FY2019

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The LSC FY2019 Annual Grant Report has been released. Its highlights include management of 95 grants totaling $27,246,423 in value, securing the first three grant awards for LSC-Houston North,the newest college in the LSC district; selection as a model Salt Lake Community College Office of Sponsored Projects and designation as a Hispanic Serving Institution.

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RDA Goes Live in ServiceNow

RDA is pleased to announce that it has implemented ServiceNow through the LSC Service Center. Faculty and staff wishing assistance with exploring grant funding or assistance with developing a specific grant can now submit a ServiceNow ticket.  Simply go to the LSC Service Center and select Grant Services. Once your ticket is submitted, you will be notified when the ticket is assigned and you will have the ability to track the progress of that ticket throughout the grant. Creating a ticket is simple. The Creating a RDA Ticket Job Aid can assist you in submitting your first ticket. RDA looks forward to hearing from you!

LSC, Baker Hughes, TWC Announce Grant Partnership


A collaborative effort to launch a pilot program between LSC, Baker Hughes and the Texas Workforce Commission will fund LSC students in full for the first cohort to begin a successful career as a Field Service Technician in the energy industry. The first-of-its-kind program will address the industry’s urgent need for qualified candidates while providing proficient students with key skills and a direct path to potential employment after graduation. 

The seven-week program will feature hands-on training in technical labs and time on the Baker Hughes training rig located in Tomball.  Pictured (left to right) are Muzzamil Khider, VP of HR for Oilfield Services, Baker Hughes; Chancellor Stephen C. Head; Robert D. Andrade, Texas Industry Partnership Programs, Texas Workforce Commission; and Michael Gutierrez, Workforce Solutions.

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We Aim To Be

  • An Informational Resource: in soliciting external funding opportunities, monitoring legislation and appropriations that impact grant programs;
  • Liaisons: that work with local, state and federal agencies to secure funding and facilitate identification of and agreements with project partners;
  • Research Experts: to ensure that all research projects are in compliance with federal human subject research requirements and act in accordance with federal common rule funders;
  • Subject Matter Experts: in the development, submission, and negotiation of proposal applications; and,
  • A Support System: that provides grant management support to project directors and monitors project goals, deliverables and outcomes.


Elizabeth B. Thompson, CFLE
Executive Director 

Charis Prejean, MSW
Grant Developer



Cyndi Drummond, M.A., LPC-S.
Grant Developer

Yolanda Lopez, M.A., M.S.
Grant Developer


Pamela Wyatt, MBA
Director, Grant Management & Compliance


David Grebe, M.A.
Grant Developer


Alisa M. McLendon, M. Ed.
Compliance Analyst

Victoria Waters, Ph. D.
Grant Developer


April Odell
Compliance Analyst

Jennifer Trice, M. Ed.
Grant Developer


Sarah Rowland
Specialist III


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