Registration open for NURAMP workshops

News for Researchers

Posted September 1, 2017 by Tiffany Lee

The Office of Research and Economic Development will offer the NURAMP (Research Administration Management Program) workshop series in fall 2017, starting Sept. 21. The NURAMP website features dates, details and registration information about these free workshops.

NURAMP is a comprehensive education program focused on research administration management. Workshops will be in Room 152 on the first floor of the Prem S. Paul Research Center at Whittier School, 2200 Vine St.

Workshop topics include strategies for working with the Office of Sponsored Programs to prepare and submit proposals, conducting research responsibly, developing proposal budgets and administering awards. Additional sessions address effort reporting, cost sharing, managing contracts and communicating research to the public, including use of social media.

For information on developing data management plans, accessing research resources and using the National Science Foundation’s FastLane or National Institutes of Health’s ASSIST to submit proposals electronically, NURAMP’s online e-library provides several short, self-directed learning modules.

NUgrant Basics workshops will be Sept. 28 and Nov. 2. The focus of these sessions is using NUgrant to route proposals internally and to file Institutional Review Board protocols.

Workshops are open to all university faculty, postdoctoral associates and graduate students engaged in research or supporting research activities.

For more information, contact Megan McMasters, events and outreach manager, 402-472-7003.

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