Presentation on theme: "Spring 2013. Welcome ◦ Amanda Athey, Assistant Dean, Graduate School Student Experience Funding Opportunities ◦ Rebecca Drake, Research Administrator,"— Presentation transcript:
Welcome ◦ Amanda Athey, Assistant Dean, Graduate School Student Experience Funding Opportunities ◦ Rebecca Drake, Research Administrator, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Introduction to Office of Research ◦ Carol Lunn, Executive Director, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Compliance ◦ Liz Sigler, Assistant to the Vice President, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Faculty/Student Relationship with Grants
Initiative Being Prepared– Proposal & Letters Who Submits the Proposal? PI or Student? Patience Notifications Financial Oversight – Separate Account Reporting Obligations Experience
Start at ORSP - ortunities ortunities Introduction to Grant Forward UCLA Graduate & Postdoctoral Extramural Support (GRAPES)
Interim Vice President ◦ Steven G. Johnson Executive Director ◦ Carol Lunn Development Coordinator ◦ Carol Mitton Programming and IT Professional ◦ Brett Williams State ◦ Kendy Martinez ◦ Carol Mitton(BoR only) Federal Awards ◦ Rebecca Drake Private Awards ◦ Analida Barrera ◦ Burt Neal Subcontracts ◦ Draft – Burt Neal ◦ Monitor – Polly Burns
Website ◦ ORSP ◦ Phone ◦ Fax ◦
SharePoint ◦ https://sharepoint.uno.edu https://sharepoint.uno.edu Routing Form ◦ Internal document used to obtain UNO approval prior to submitting a proposal to a funding agency ◦ Includes Conflict of Interest Form
ORSP will negotiate the contract and obtain required signatures ◦ Enter the award in PeopleSoft ◦ Send a request to Sponsored Programs Accounting (SPA) to activate your award and issue a speed key SPA s UNO-NOGA - opportunity to check information ◦ Must sign and return to SPA ◦ NOGA has ORSP and SPA contacts
malSubjects.aspx Institutional Animal Use and Care Committee (IACUC) This committee follows federal regulations from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (for use of certain types of animals), but primarily from a regulatory subdivision of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW). Institutional Review Board (IRB) This committee follows federal regulations based on Title 45 of the Code of Federal Regulations (Part 46) governing the conduct and ethical guidance of biomedical or behavioral research involving human subjects.
sharepoint.uno.edu/committee/safety/ibc/default.aspx Oversight of all teaching and research activities involving: Recombinant DNA, Artificial Gene Transfer, Infectious Agents, and Biologically Derived Toxins. This also includes use of biological and hazardous materials at other research sites accessed by University faculty, staff, researchers, and non- university staff researchers under grants and contracts to the University. The IBC is authorized to take all actions that are necessary, including inspection of research facilities, approval of research practices and procedures and the enforcement of cessation of research activities in the event of an unresolved safety hazard.
sProcedures/ tofinterest.aspx Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) All staff, students, and faculty conducting research on any projects funded by the NSF or DHHS must complete RCR training prior to engaging in research on the project. Conflict of Interest (COI) To comply with new federal regulations, UNO must manage, reduce, or eliminate any actual or potential conflicts of interest that may be presented by a financial interest of an investigator.