Description: SciENcv is our best tool to help manage and generate your biosketch. It provides quick formatting of a researcher's biosketch using the required templates for NIH, NSF and other federal agencies. A user’s publication information, professional profile, institutional affiliations and more, are readily available to instantly produce an accurate up-to-date biosketch on demand. This online tutorial will provide:
Description: With the wealth of information constantly coming out (or being promulgated) related to foreign influence issues, concerns – and requirements that agencies need to impose to address those concerns – it can be hard to keep up with what research administrators need to comply with. This webinar will be a pragmatic snapshot of the national picture, what requirements exist TODAY from various federal agencies related to foreign influence and related national security issues, and what is most likely (but no promises!) heading our way in the coming months. Some research...
Description: This Cost Transfer session will focus on the role of the Cost Transfer Authorized Approver. The class will include a review of Harvard's Cost Transfer Policies and Procedures, the responsibilities of approvers, identifying requirements and best practices for approval, and cost transfer resources. Attendees will participate in group discussions and work through examples and case studies.
Audience: Anyone Responsible for review and approval of cost transfers.
Pre-Requisites: Review the Cost Transfer Policy,...
Description: The Uniform Guidance is one of the most important regulatory changes implemented in decades. While its purpose was to reduce administrative burden and safeguard against waste or misuse of funds, compliance remains the primary focus. With new proposed changes on the horizon, IHEs (Institutions of Higher Education) once again prepare to implement policies and procedures in a seemingly never-ending quest for compliance. This session will explore the Uniform Guidance sections on cost principles, internal controls, and audits.
Description: This course will introduce department administrators to effort reporting and the electronic effort reporting and certification system (ecrt), which allows Principal Investigators and Faculty to certify their effort on federally-sponsored projects. This course will cover the following:
Introduction to effort and effort reporting
ecrt roles and responsibilities
Workflow for certification by Principal Investigators and/or Faculty
Workflow for Grants Managers to review and monitor and overall...
Have you heard about ORCID or SciENcv? Have you or your PIs started creating profiles in SciENcv? How many platforms have you or the PIs used in the last five-ten years to store CV data, publications, and various other components in the life of an academic? This workshop/webinar will provide you with tools to understand how ORCID interacts with other systems, like NIH eRA Commons and SciENcv, and how you can help your researchers prepare to meet sponsors’ ORCID and ORCID-related requirements. The presentation will address:
In this session we will provide an overview of subrecipient monitoring at Harvard. Topics to be included are:
University Subrecipient Monitoring Policy
GMAS navigation for organization assessments
Resources in the Toolkit
Quarterly Review Process
This session is strongly recommended for all grants management staff responsible for reviewing subaward invoices/financial reports, processing subaward payments and reporting on subawards. The session will...
Description:This webinar will cover the basics of ORCID and the benefits of ORCID for research institutions, including how ORCID can be used to mitigate confusion caused by name ambiguity, assess research activities for individuals and groups, assert institutional affiliations to your researchers’ ORCID records, and save time and reduce administrative burden both institutionally and for your researchers.
Understand what ORCID is and how the ORCID ecosystem works.
Identify benefits of ORCID for your institution and your...
Description: This session is for research administrators who would like to gain knowledge of audit requests and what actions are needed when you are audited. We will cover the work flow of audits, the types of audit requests one may receive as well as requested documentation to support costs. During this presentation, we will demonstrate differences in work flow and documentation requested between U.S. audits and International audits through examples. This will provide foundational knowledge and begin to advance participants understanding in how to approach an audit request.
*Changed to Live Online/Virtual Training via Zoom* Session details will be sent upon registration.
Brought to you by the University Research Administration Training Team, “GMAS Basics & Requests” will provide attendees with an introduction to Harvard’s Grants Management Application Suite (GMAS) and how it is used to manage sponsored projects.
The following topics will be covered during this session:
Project creation using the request guided steps
How to route proposals for review and sign off
Review of all the request types available and guidance on when they should be used