In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, Kim Moreland, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Sponsored Programs, University of Wisconsin – Madison discusses: Under the Uniform Guidance, Who is Required to Review the Salaries to Federal Awards after the Fact?
Anchoring in Negotiation
In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, Yulia Strekalova, Director of Grants Development at the University of Florida discusses anchoring in negotiation
Pre-Award Accounts: How to Save Your Institution from Cost Transfers
In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, Lakeisha Wilson, Assistant Administrator, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, discusses the benefits of pre-award accounts.
A Powerful Email Tip for Effectively Communicating with Your PI
In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, Riddick Smiley, Assistant Director, Office of Sponsored Programs, East Carolina University discusses how to effectively
Transitioning from a Paper to a Paperless Environment
In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, Alicia Middleton
Senior Research & Financial Administrator, Engineering Research Administration, at Stanford University discusses transitioning from a paper to a paperless environment
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Tips for Working Effectively with PIs
In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, Megan Dietrich, Finance Services Manager, Engineering Research Administration, Stanford University discusses tips for working effectively with PIs.
The Fly America Act and Exceptions You Need to Know
In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, Ronald Sol, Compliance Analyst for Engineering Research Administration at Stanford University, provides some helpful insight into the Fly America Act and exceptions your Institution should be aware of.
In preparing a proposal, whether for a substantial government award or a small agreement with a private sponsor, it can be reasonably stated that the technical portion, detailing the specific nature of the research or activity, is undoubtedly the most important aspect of creating a strong submission. This does not mean, however, that the other facets of the proposal can be largely ignored. In fact, the opposite is true: With less available funding and the increasing harshness of sponsor guidelines, it is critical to devote the proper amount of time and care to each section of the proposal. Perhaps the best example of this fact is the proposal budget.