Beginning in September 2014, the Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) will enter Phase VI and will be accepting applications from U.S. organizations receiving federal research funding, including public and private colleges and universities receiving federal research funding (including predominantly undergraduate institutions and minority serving institutions), non-profit research and education organizations (e.g. science museums and research institutes), and hospitals who would like to participate in this next phase.
Today’s post is the seventh in a series that looks at all facets of research administration within the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
After a brief hiatus, today’s post is the sixth in a series that looks at all facets of research administration within the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Understanding the nuances of export controls can be quite difficult. In this week’s edition of NCURA’s YouTube Tuesday, Elizabeth Peloso, Associate Vice Provost and Associate Vice President of Research Services at the University of Pennsylvania, discusses how to handle an investigation for voluntary disclosure.
The Council on Financial Assistance Reform (COFAR) will be hosting a webinar on Monday, January 27, 2014, to highlight the changes to the Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards.
The Office of Research Administration wishes all of our dedicated readers a happy and prosperous New Year. Things were a little quiet on the SocMed front for us in December, but we just were recharging our batteries in anticipation of 2014. So, check back regularly to keep abreast of all things research administration, and, as always, don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re interested in joining the rolls of our Guest Blogger series.
The goal of most faculty is to publish, but these interests must always be considered in light of any patent rights that might be available for the subject technology. In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, our own Associate Dean for Research Administration, Alexandra Albinak McKeown, discusses how publication affects the ability to protect patent rights down the road.