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This session is designed to support students, faculty and staff who are preparing a submission for IRB review and approval, and will focus on the development of the Research Plan. Staff from Research Compliance Services will review the Research Plan Guidance document and cover general tips and best practices in research with human subjects. The session will provide researchers with ample opportunity to ask questions about individual research projects.
This session is an introduction to sponsored projects and Sponsored Projects Services (SPS). We will discuss what makes a sponsored project different from other funding, and how to navigate the project lifecycle with the help of SPS. We will also provide an overview of the other central research offices, and how we work together to support research at the university.
A subaward from start to finish. We will go through the lifecycle of a subaward through a case study, highlighting unit and SPS responsibilities throughout the process. This session also includes information on changes to the subaward process under Uniform Guidance. This is a "must-see" for any unit that passes through funding on their awards.
Our awards are legally binding contracts. What are the key issues and concepts for departmental administrators? We will discuss what you need to know about signature authority, sub vs. vendor determinations, forms, statements of work, intellectual property and FAR clauses.
Welcome to the Electronic Proposal Clearance System! In this session we will learn the basics for the sponsored projects management system unique to the University of Oregon. We will cover how to create records, diving in to the detail of each section's functionality and requirements.
This session is a how-to guide and toolbox for creating proposal budgets. We will explore UO and sponsor guidelines for building budgets, and standard budget categories including the following: base salaries & fringe rates supplies & services equipment travel F&A rates and more!
This workshop provides hands-on experience building budgets for sponsored projects by utilizing real-life senarios and our online templates! We will tackle institutional base salaries, COLAs, salary caps, GEs, participant support, subawards, and other advanced topics.
Competition for grant funding is increasing every year. As a result, if a proposal does not pass basic compliance checks, it may be returned before the scientific merits are considered. This session will address what we as research administrators can do when assisting faculty during the proposal preparation process to ensure applications are complete and proceed forward for merit review.