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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.
Asking Ourselves the Right Questions to Make the Important Decisions: A Critical Skill for Your Whole Team
Our panel will share their experiences and insight on developing these skills for their self and their teams. We will discuss the dynamics that a changing workforce and remote environments bring into play, and will share tips and strategies with the audience.
- Includes a Live Web Event on 09/28/2022 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
In this webinar we will look at roles and responsibilities in research administration through the lens of 3 institutions. We will examine the difference between responsibility, authority and accountability as impacted by institutional policies and procedures and sponsor terms and conditions. We will also use case studies to identify how gaps in roles and responsibilities can create challenges for an institution, and we will discuss ways to mitigate identified gaps.
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This Webinar is a professional development opportunity that focuses on recent audits performed by federal agencies and their inspectors general, as well as OIG work plans and settlements. This will include the recent National Science Foundation report “Promising Practices for NSF Award Management,” which draws observations from 18 audits in the past four years. This Webinar looks at frequent issues found and a discussion of day-to-day best practices.
Guidance on the Preparation of NIH Research Performance Progress Report (RPPRs) with COVID-19 Impacts and Other Support
A 30 minute overview and then 60 minutes of your questions for the NIH team! Don’t miss it!
This webinar will address the history and theory of working smarter using tools and processes available to anyone at any level.
In Research Administration, we talk about cost sharing as a real cost to our institutions and we recognize what is at stake if we don’t meet a cost share commitment. In this webinar, we go beyond the basic definition of cost share.
While PI transfers can be a daunting task amidst the everyday work we do, with a detailed plan in place, this process can go smoothly for all stakeholders. This session will help attendees create that detailed plan.
Life Cycle of the Award Series
Video webinar series with supplementary resources for your institution's training and on-boarding programs.
Can't attend the NCURA Conference? You can still participate in the virtual workshop from your office. Click below to learn more.
This workshop provides an overview of the issues associated with research compliance across the lifecycle. We will cover regulatory requirements, audit hot topics and ways to reduce research compliance risks.
The Financial Post-Award Overview workshop will cover various areas of research financial management including internal controls, financial business processes, facilities and administration costs, audit and compliance supplement requirements.
This workshop will examine a variety of regulations that impact the day-to-day management of federal awards with the goal of helping participants answer these questions, and to better understand where regulations end and institutional policies begin.
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