Please note, this course explores current processes that may change with the launch of Workday.
This course defines sponsored projects and explains how they differ from other activities. The focus of the class is the allowability of costs, with an emphasis placed upon the Uniform Guidance (UG) and direct costs vs. facilities and administrative costs. Also included are specific aspects of estimating costs, cost categories, types of budgets and opportunities to practice basic budget exercises.
This course features an overview of WSU’s grant process. It follows an award from submission to close-out, highlighting the roles and responsibilities of the principal investigator, the department administrator, the Office of Research Support and Operations and Sponsored Program Services. Definitions, resources, contacts and other helpful information are provided.
This workshop provides detailed information about the proposal submission process at Washington State University. Agency requests for proposals, application kits and physical requirements of the proposal are explained. Internal policies and procedures of the Office of Research Support and Operations are also described, along with a detailed discussion of the REX form and its critical elements. Information regarding award review and acceptance is also included.
This course provides an update into new and emerging issues related to award processing and management at WSU. It is intended for those new to research administration as well as those needing to brush up on emerging issues. Topics include new forms and availability of online entry and processing, information on improved databases and workflow processing, and policy and procedure updates. Also to be discussed, related to PI and administrative responsibilities, current issues in audits and accountability related to those responsibilities.
This class provides an overview of the major regulations that affect research at Washington State University. Topics include human subjects, biological materials, animals, conflicts of interest and export controls. Discussion will also include Presidential Committees that oversee these areas of research.
This course provides insight into the purpose and use of facilities and administrative costs charged to sponsored projects. It addresses the importance of collecting those costs and WSU’s policy on exceptions to sponsors. Additionally, how WSU’s rate was derived, how it is distributed back to areas, and the options that areas have once they receive distributions are described.