Upcoming Research Administration Training and Education classes

RATEClassroom1Research Administration Training and Education (RATE) offers a number of workplace learning resources for the OHSU research community. RATE classes and other research-related workplace learning can be found on the RATE O2 site.

Besides RDA 101: Introduction to Research Administration which is being held this week at the South Waterfront, this season’s classes continue through June.

Consider joining us for these topics:

Federal Grants Management
Wednesday, May 31
1 to 4 p.m.
Center for Health and Healing, 3070 (Room 4)

This course is for administrative staff who manage the financial concerns of federal grants and contracts. Topics include:

  • Policies and audit
  • Costing issues in award administration
  • General award management including committed effort, carry over requests, no cost extensions, and re-budgeting
  • Sub-recipient monitoring
  • Interpreting financial reports and invoices
  • Close out

Enroll via Compass.

NRSA Training Grants
Thursday, June 8
9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Location Correction: Center for Health and Healing, 3070 (Room 4)

Specifically designed for administrative staff who assist in the submission of NIH training grant proposals or manage these types of awards, this course will guide you through topics such as:

  • T32 resources
  • Tables and xTract
  • Budgets and set-up
  • Training grant vs. fellowship comparisons
  • xTrain guidance

Enroll via Compass.

If you have questions, please contact Margaret Gardner or Holly McClure of the RATE program.

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Margaret manages OHSU's RATE Program which coordinates the RAIN monthly forum, offers training and education on research administration topics, maintains a research learning portal on the RATE O2 site, and administers the RATE Community site on Bridge.

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