NURAMP Classroom Workshop Series
The spring 2018 NURAMP classroom workshop series will begin March 22, 2018. You can find a complete schedule and registration information on the NURAMP workshops page.
All classroom workshops will be in Room 152 of the Paul Research Center, 2200 Vine St. Parking is available for university permit holders in lots south and southwest of Whittier. The building also is on the 24 and 25 bus lines.
If you have questions about the NURAMP program, contact Megan McMasters at email@example.com.
Workshops that provide training in NUgrant’s functions for routing proposals and filing IRB protocols are offered each semester as part of the NURAMP workshop series. View the upcoming schedule on the NUgrant Training Sessions page.
NURAMP e-Learning Library
Our library of e-modules consists of short (10-15 minute) narrated PowerPoint presentations on a variety of topics related to research and research administration at the university. While the e-modules can stand alone, they work best in combination with each other or with participation in NURAMP classroom workshops to create a richer learning experience. Find the e-Learning Library here.
NURAMP (Research Administration Management Program) is a comprehensive education program offered by the Office of Research and Economic Development, bringing together existing and new instructional components to meet the research administration needs of faculty, staff, postdoctoral associates and graduate students. NURAMP’s mission is to ensure that important research at Nebraska continues to move forward, in compliance with funding requirements and in support of the principles of institutional integrity and credibility. NURAMP provides the university’s research community with an improved understanding of research regulations, policies and procedures, as well as access to vital resources and contacts for further assistance in managing research projects and programs. All NURAMP educational activities and resources are available to any university employee or student engaged in research and creative activity, as well as administrative staff who support research at the program, department or college level by planning, managing and/or administering grant-funded or sponsored projects. For more information about NURAMP, contact Megan McMasters at 402.472.0030 or firstname.lastname@example.org.