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Intro to OSP/OPM for Administrators (1.5 Hours) | Clark Center 1.120 | March 5th, 2012, 9:00 AM | Non-Certificate Classes

Do you assist faculty engaged in research activities? Have you ever been asked to assist a PI to contact OSP to request a NCE for his/her NIH NOA so the PoP can be extended in PS? Have you often wondered what needs to happen for subaward invoices to be paid? Are you simply interested in learning more about the Office of Sponsored Projects and the Office of Post-Award Management? This session will detail each office's role in the grants world and how the offices work together. We will also discuss the grant submission/award process and how all sponsored projects are administered at UTD. Presentation Slides

Update on the Office of Sponsored Projects (2 Hours) | Clark Center 1.120 | May 22nd, 2012, 2:00 PM | Non-Certificate Classes

This session will provide an update to the Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP), discussing recent changes made within our office to meet the growing needs of the university. Among the topics discussed will be an introduction to new employees and the roles they will play within the office, new processes recently implemented, and insight to changes that are just around the corner. This seminar provides an open forum for direct communication between faculty, staff, and members of OSP. Presentation Slides

NIH 2012 Salary Cap Changes and Budgetary Issues for University Investigators (1 Hour) | ECSS 2.102 (TI Auditorium) | June 21st, 2012, 2:00 PM | Non-Certificate Classes

Recent changes to the NIH salary cap places added administrative requirements on a larger number of faculty than ever before. This session discusses the FY2012 NIH salary cap and illustrates issues created by these new guidelines. The Office of Sponsored Projects will address budgetary issues, such as budget preparation and cost share, at the proposal stage. The Office of Post Award Management will then discuss federal requirements pertaining to cost share and how projects are managed at UTD after an award is made. Presentation Slides

Grants Closeout - Pre and Post Awards (1 Hour) | ECSS 2.102 (TI Auditorium) | July 12th, 2012, 2:00 PM | Non-Certificate Classes

This session will take faculty and staff through the process of closing out a grant account. The Office of Sponsored Projects will describe their process and explain what is needed to initiate close out. The Office of Post Award Management will discuss common financial issues which arise throughout the life of the grant which can cause potential problems at the close out stage. Presentation Slides

Finding Funding: Tips on Searching for Funding Opportunities and Building Grant Applications (1 Hour) | ECSS 2.102 (TI Auditorium) | August 9th, 2012, 2:00 PM | Certificate Series

This session will focus on a researcher's quest to obtain research funding. The Office of Research Development will highlight tools for finding funding opportunities and recent trends in federal funding. The Office of Sponsored Projects will walk researchers and staff through the process of building an application package as well as the internal forms needed for each submission. Course Video Presentation Slides

Submitting a Grant (1 Hour) | ECSS 2.102 (TI Auditorium) | September 13th, 2012, 2:00 PM | Certificate Series

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. Course Video Presentation Slides

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