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1 A Budget Excel-abration! PART II ENGINEERING RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION November 2013 PRESENTED BY: JON LAVIGNE AND SEAN COLLINS

2 Housekeeping

3 Learning Objectives By the end of this course, you will be able to: Use the sheet to determine odd time period calculations for effort. Input regular, teaching faculty salaries (e.g. 9 month appointments) v.s. research faculty salaries (e.g., 12 month appointments). Identify how to back into Direct Costs (DC) and work with IDC charged on Total Direct Costs (TDC). Unprotect the sheet and overwrite formulas when necessary and recognize the pros and cons of doing so. Navigate your way around the quirks of the sheet.

4 Case Study M EET P ROFESSOR V ON B RAINSTORM ….

5 How can you determine odd time period calculations for effort?

6 How do you input regular teaching faculty salaries (e.g. 9 month appointments)? How do you input research faculty salaries (e.g., 12 month appointments)?

7 How do you back into Direct Costs (DC) totals? How do you work with IDC charged on Total Direct Costs (TDC)?

8 How do you unprotect the sheet and overwrite formulas? When is it necessary to do so? What are the pros and cons of doing so?

9 What are some of the quirks of the sheet? What are some ways to navigate around these quirks?

10 Review of Our Learning Objectives Can you now…? Use the sheet to determine odd time period calculations for effort. Input regular, teaching faculty salaries (e.g. 9 month appointments) v.s. research faculty salaries (e.g., 12 month appointments). Identify how to back into Direct Costs (DC) and work with IDC charged on Total Direct Costs (TDC). Unprotect the sheet and overwrite formulas when necessary and recognize the pros and cons of doing so. Navigate your way around the quirks of the sheet.

11 Next Steps… In the next day or two, you will receive an message containing: a.) a feedback form link and b.) a quiz! To receive credit for this class, you’ll need to complete both the quiz and feedback form within 7 days.

12 Thanks for attending! C oming soon… December 10, 9:30-11AM A Class in Translation: Mastering the NOA December 16, 9:30-11AM The Power of You: Writing Effective s


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