Information to enhance your success at UNL | UNL Office of Research | Feb. 2010
NURAMP workshops offered this spring
The Office of Research will offer another series of NURAMP (Research Administration Management Program) workshops this spring for UNL faculty, staff, postdocs and graduate students who conduct, support or administer research projects.
The spring workshop series runs March 25 through May 6. Topics to be addressed include proposal development strategies, preparing proposals for submission, creating proposal budgets, conducting research responsibly, receiving and administering an award and protecting intellectual property. Additional elective sessions will focus on UNL’s export control policy, forms and requirements for using Grants.gov, using the report feature in NUgrant, and Personnel Activity Reports (PARS) and effort reporting.
Presenters will be experts from the Offices of Sponsored Programs, Proposal Development and Research Responsibility, as well as NUtech Ventures and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development. A schedule of dates, times and locations, as well as registration information, is available at the NURAMP Web site.
The goal of NURAMP is to ensure that UNL research continues moving forward in compliance with funding requirements and in support of the principles of institutional integrity and credibility. NURAMP provides the latest information on research regulations, policies and procedures, and access to resources and contacts for assistance in managing research projects and programs.
NURAMP educational activities and resources are available for all university employees engaged in research and creative activity, as well as administrative staff who support research at the program, department or college levels in planning, managing or administering grant-funded or sponsored projects.
Participants may pursue a certificate of achievement by participating in a combination of required workshops and elective activities.
NURAMP is just one resource the Office of Research and Economic Development provides to support UNL's research enterprise. New faculty are especially encouraged to participate in this workshop series to familiarize themselves with the regulations that govern research at UNL and the support systems available to help them every step of the way.
For more information contact Liz Banset, NURAMP coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 472-7003.
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