Notre Dame Research Administration provides support, training, and guidance for questions related to federal, departmental, or operational policies associated with research at the University.
Notre Dame Research Administration can assist on questions related to research policies, including both federal or University. All relevant policies can be found in the Resources Library section of the website.
Notre Dame Research Administration offers extensive training opportunities for University researchers, including faculty, staff, and students, with the goal of keeping Notre Dame researchers up-to-date with the latest information in order to remain competitive in the ever-changing research landscape.
In addition to training and educational opportunities, such as the signature certificate program in Research Administration, discussion forums, networking meetings, and print and online training materials for research administrators are available.
For more information on the training opportunities offered by Notre Dame Research, including the certificate program, please contact the Policy and Training team.
March 25-27, 2019
The purpose of this open forum program is to provide the more experienced research administrators (minimum of 3 years experience encouraged) an in-depth view of a limited number of topics relating to sponsored projects. The four core topics to be studied and discussed include: institutional compliance responsibilities; proposal creation and submission; contract and subaward review; and post award financial administration.…
March 25-27, 2019
The purpose of this program is to provide participants new to the profession (less than 2 years experience) with a broad overview of the various aspects involved in sponsored projects administration from “cradle to grave.” Topics covered will include: preparation and review of proposals, negotiation and acceptance of awards: financial and administrative management, closeout and audit, as well as relevant compliance issues.…
April 28, 2019 (optional special interest workshops)
April 29 - May 1, 2019 (regular conference)
The NCURA Region IV Spring Meeting is a two and one half-day professional development and networking opportunity. Some topics covered include pre-award, post-award, research compliance, and effort reporting. The regular conference is scheduled for Monday through Wednesday, April 29-May1, and optional special interest workshops will be offered on Sunday, April 28.…
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For more information on any of the policy and training services, including to request new training courses or materials, please contact the Policy and Training Team or email email@example.com.