Watch and Learn

Watch and learn without ever leaving your campus!

On-demand viewing and a downloadable MP4 file are available within 5-7 business days of the live webinar.  
Registrants can post the MP4 on their organization's internal training website for continued on-campus training.

Upcoming Webinars

  • Includes a Live Web Event on 07/06/2023 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Managing all the terms and conditions, agency guidelines, and federal regulations for an award may seem less than straightforward. We will take a trip down the terms and conditions rabbit hole, meet Alice's friends, and learn how they all get along in their unorthodox world. Together, we will learn to navigate the hierarchy of conflicting terms without being late to the party! In this webinar we will use real life examples to understand how to navigate our way through the terms and conditions rabbit hole. Participants will learn to identify applicable terms and conditions for an award and learn how to determine which terms to follow when there are conflicts.

  • Includes a Live Web Event on 07/24/2023 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    This session will provide insight into the special pressures facing our investigators; offer suggestions on building positive relationships; discuss ideas for handling instances of conflict and anger; and present tips for best practices in your communications. The webinar will include time for questions, suggestions, and anecdotes.

On Demand Webinars

  • Cost transfers are always an area of high scrutiny. While the simplest suggestion is to prevent them altogether, in many cases they are unavoidable. This webinar will explore the federal requirements surrounding cost transfers and examine how two different institutions have implemented policies to monitor compliance and mitigate the risk associated with these types of transactions. We will discuss ways to ensure all cost transfers are appropriate, timely, and most importantly, sufficiently documented.

  • Over the last several years, federal agencies have worked to clarify disclosure requirements, partly due to directives in federal law and policy. Charged by the National Science and Technology Council’s Research Security Subcommittee, NIH and NSF have been leading a multi-agency effort to create common disclosure forms, which include the Biographical Sketch and Current and Pending (Other) Support. This webinar will cover the context in which NIH and NSF have made updates to these formats, as well as go through specific changes made to each agency’s forms. Jean and Michelle will share the current state of the multi-agency efforts and talk about the future of their agencies’ formats. The webinar will also describe institutional approaches to updated agency requirements.

  • NCURA Agency Day, streaming live from Las Vegas, Nevada

  • This webinar will provide an overview of the subaward lifecycle, with a focus on monitoring components throughout the process. It will clarify subtle distinctions in policy and practice, and provide tools for effective risk management.

  • Join our panel to learn the latest information and timelines on NSPM-33 guidance. Our group will discuss the guidance and recent updates, focusing on the requirements of Research Security programs.

Life Cycle of the Award Series


Video webinar series with supplementary resources for your institution's training and on-boarding programs.

Click here for more information and to register for the series.

Virtual Conference

Can't attend the NCURA Conference? You can still participate in the virtual workshop from your office. Click below to learn more.