Communication Strategies for International Collaborations Throughout the Sponsored Projects Lifecycle (SPL)
90 Minutes: Global diversity and international collaboration has become vital to the Research Community. These new collaborations require extra thought, planning, and sensitivity starting at the proposal submission stage and lasting through the final compliance obligations. Federal regulations and grant terminology may not be common place for institutions in developing countries. Research-intensive non-US institutions may have their own culture when negotiating contracts that require heightened sensitivity from US counterparts. This webinar will focus on the important role of communication, both verbal and written, throughout the lifecycle of a sponsored project.
Audience: anyone working on proposal development and submission, negotiating awards, and/or collecting financial documentation with International Collaborators.
Handouts will be available 24 hours before the live webinar.
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Participants will be provided real-life examples to demonstrate best practices in foreign collaborations in order to relieve confusion and tensions between both parties.
International Grants Specialist
Partners Research Management
Director, Award Administration
Researcher and Program Director
Global Health Institute, Duke University
KCMC Project Coordinator/ Leader, KCMC Leadership Division Vice Provost
Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College in Tanzania
Sr. Grants and Contracts Officer
Harvard University, Office for Sponsored Programs
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