Monthly DGA Meeting
The University of Oregon College of Design's School of Art + Design is pleased to present the 2019 Spring Storm. Graduating seniors in Art, Art & Technology, and Product...
UO Entrepreneurship Awards Luncheon Join us for a celebration of entrepreneurship as we recognize students, alumni, and community partners who have advanced the University of...
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!
What do we keep? Where do we keep it? And how long do we keep it there? This session is a deep dive into standard record retention policies & procedures for sponsored projects at the University of Oregon.
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.
This round-table session takes a closer look at travel on sponsored projects, including the topics below. Understanding the Federal rules for travel on sponsored projects Locating award-specific travel restrictions Learning the details of the Fly America Act Discussing tips for streamlining travel processing on sponsored projects This session is recommended for anyone who is involved with travel on sponsored projects.
There's a screen for that! Learn the BANNER 9 screens that are specifically designed for tracking sponsored projects, and other screens that are helpful in project administration.
What is cost sharing? Why do we cost share? How do we manage cost share from the proposal to closeout? In this session, we cover what is (and what isn't) cost share, follow it from pre-award to post-award and closeout, and note the responsibilities of the unit and Sponsored Projects Services. Please join us if you have sponsored awards with cost share requirements.
Congratulations on the new award! Now what? How do we make sure we are charging items to the project correctly? In this session, we will learn about the direct charging standards and cost accounting principles that govern what we can charge to our projects. This is a critical piece of research administration! (This class was formerly titled Direct Charging & Grant Accounting)