Annotated Funding Opportunity Announcement. The NIH has issued this annotated FOA to help researchers and administrators understand the key elements in NIH FOAs.
Who's Who on my Sponsored Project? This chart explains the roles of entities and individuals typically found on a sponsored project.
Research Related Agreements This page describes different types of agreements related to research and identifies the campus department generally responsible for the different types of agreements.
The Office of Research will hold a Contract & Grant Liaison meeting on Thursday, October 19, from 9am to 10:30am in the MSI Auditorium (MSB 1302). Staff from Office of Research (Research Integrity, Sponsored Projects, and Information Systems/ORBiT), Procurement Services, Controller's Office and Extramural Funds Accounting will provide updates on various topics. Please print the attached Agenda and bring it with you.
With the goal of fostering a knowledgeable and well trained UCSB Contract and Grant administrator community, Sponsored Projects offers additional resources to keep research administrators informed and educated on issues relating directly to sponsored research administration. Additionally, Sponsored Projects will coordinate and assist with the mentoring of new research administrators. Please see the following flyer and take advantage of the available opportunities.
For more information about Sponsored Projects training courses please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
The Sponsored Projects Training for Administrators in Research (STAR) program is a comprehensive certificated training program developed by the UCSB Office of Research to meet UCSB's research administration needs. The program's goals are to improve campus understanding of regulations, policies, and procedures; to strengthen internal controls; and to provide staff members with access to key resources and contacts when they need help.
The program is designed for employees with duties and responsibilities related to contract and grant administration. Participants are welcome to take one or several courses in areas of particular interest to them-or they may opt to earn a certificate in the STAR program.
The certificate program offers 11 required courses. The courses are offered from September through June. To earn a certificate, you must take all 11 classes. Staff members who wish to earn a STAR Program Certificate must complete the coursework within two years from the date they begin the course series.
To register, visit the UCSB Learning Center website. Once you have logged in use the search box and type in STAR to view all 11 courses.
As part of its effort to keep the campus community informed and educated on issues relating to sponsored projects, Sponsored Projects offers periodic training opportunities geared towards experienced UCSB Staff working in the field of contracts and grants.
We are currently in the planning stage for the next advanced topic course. Please check back for updates.