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You have your UTD Award approved and delivered. Now what? | Brazos Lab FO 1.206C | April 17th, 2014, 10:00 AM | Non-Certificate Classes

Post Award 101 will take faculty, administrators, and staff through the essential steps needed to administer your award after it is approved and delivered. This course is intended to give a deeper more hands-on understanding of each specific aspect of the award in the Post Award phase including the following: allowability of expenses, how to set-up your cost center, processing Personnel Action Forms, IDTs , Purchase Orders and Travel relating to your award, viewing award financial data in PeopleSoft, certifying time and effort (ECRT), and reconciling.

Technology Commercialization | FO 1.202 | April 17th, 2014, 3:00 PM | Certificate Series 2014S

The Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) will discuss protection of researchers’ intellectual property, the importance of timely invention disclosure and lab notebooks and how OTC works with researchers throughout the process. This session will also focus on obtaining licensable patents and licensing your inventions to existing or new companies – moving commercially valuable research results out of the lab and into the marketplace. We’ll talk about the importance of creating mutually beneficial relationships between UTD, our inventors, industry partners and investors.

Submitting Proposal Applications | FN 2.106 | April 29th, 2014, 10:00 AM | Certificate Series 2014S

I’ve found a funding opportunity! Now what?! The process of submitting a grant application can be challenging – and the challenge varies by funding agency. During this session we will discuss the submission of grant applications. The Office of Sponsored Projects will outline the internal forms needed to obtain the appropriate institutions approvals as well as discuss the components of a grants.gov application package and will touch on other submission forums. OSP will break down the application process for common federal agencies. OSP will also provide tips to avoid common agency specific submission errors.

Post Award | FO 1.202 | May 1st, 2014, 3:00 PM | Certificate Series 2014S

The Office of Post Award Management (OPM) will discuss the roles and responsibilities of OPM. This session will focus on compliance and how OPM partners with Principal Investigators, School Fiscal Officers, and Departmental Administration to ensure compliance with award terms and conditions including any applicable federal and state rules and regulations governing the compliance administration of sponsored projects. OPM will also discuss budgetary issues on sponsored projects cost centers, such as allowability and validity of research accounting transactions, cost transfers, over expenditures, and cost share.

Research Compliance | FN 2.106 | May 13th, 2014, 10:00 AM | Certificate Series 2014S

This course will provide an overview of the programs within the Office of Research Compliance (ORC), including: IRB (Institutional Review Board), IACUC (Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee), Conflict of Interest, Export Control, Contact with Federal Officials, Laboratory Safety, and Responsible Conduct of Research.  The course will include descriptions of each program and to which aspects of research they apply, researchers’ requirements for compliance, functions of ORI support staff and when and how to access and engage support services related to each program.

Planning and Creating Successful Proposal Submissions | JO 4.102 | May 13th, 2014, 2:00 PM | Faculty Presentation Series

Presenter: Marion Underwood

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