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ANNOUNCEMENT | EPDC Lunchtime Learning - Subaward Concepts, Requirements, and Management Series


NCURA Region VI Education and Professional Development Committee

Lunchtime Learning - Subaward Concepts, Requirements, and Management Series:

NIH Lab Notebook Requirements, What We’ve Learned, and Best Practices

May 9, 2024, 12:00-1:00 pm Pacific Time

 

 

The Region VI Education and Professional Development Committee (EPDC) is proud to announce our series on Subaward Concepts, Requirements, and Management Series, which will consist of three sessions this year focusing on subaward management.  The series is not meant to be an in-depth training, but an opportunity for colleagues to present and discuss tips, tricks and tools that have worked (or not worked). This first in the series is titled “NIH Lab Notebook Requirements, What We’ve Learned, and Best Practices.”

 

Join us on May 9, 2024, for “NIH Lab Notebook Requirements, What We’ve Learned, and Best Practices” with Beth Kingsley and Robert Prentiss.

 

Beth Kingsley of Yale University started in data-entry in Research Administration at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has since worked all aspects of post-award non-financial administration, and also cradle-to-grave. Beth has worked in IHEs and at a hospital. She currently manages Yale University’s Office of Sponsored Projects team tasked with drafting and negotiating outgoing subawards, conducting risk assessments, and monitoring Yale’s subrecipients. Beth is a regular presenter at NCURA Regional and Annual Meetings and was recently named the co-lead of the FDP Subaward Templates Working Group.

 

Robert Prentiss, also of Yale University got his start in research administration at the University of Texas at Austin, where he worked in a variety of post-award financial roles. He now works on subrecipient monitoring in the Office of Sponsored Projects at Yale University. Since 2014, he has volunteered with the Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP), a cooperative initiative among federal agencies and research organizations designed to reduce the administrative burden associated with research grants and contracts. He is now co-chair of the FDP’s Expanded Clearinghouse Subcommittee.

 

Register by Tuesday, May 7. The presentation link will be provided to registrants by May 8. The subaward series is free for registrants.

 

For additional information or questions, please contact EPDC Chair, Vanessa Quiroz Hotz.

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