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Spring 2013

Welcome
Amanda Athey, Assistant Dean, Graduate School
Student Experience
Funding Opportunities
Rebecca Drake, Research Administrator, Office of
Research and Sponsored Programs
Introduction to Office of Research
Carol Lunn, Executive Director, Office of Research and
Sponsored Programs
Compliance
Liz Sigler, Assistant to the Vice President, Office of
Research and Sponsored Programs
Faculty/Student Relationship with Grants



Initiative
Being Prepared Proposal & Letters
Who Submits the Proposal? PI or Student?
Patience
Notifications
Financial Oversight Separate Account
Reporting Obligations
Experience
Start at ORSP -
http://www.uno.edu/orsp/ORSPHome/FundingOpp
ortunities
Introduction to Grant Forward
http://www.grantforward.com/index
UCLA Graduate & Postdoctoral Extramural
Support (GRAPES)
http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/asis/grapes/search.asp

http://www.uno.edu/orsp/Staff.aspx
Interim Vice President
Steven G. Johnson
Executive Director
Carol Lunn
Development
Coordinator
Carol Mitton
Programming and IT
Professional
Brett Williams
State
Kendy Martinez
Carol Mitton(BoR only)

Federal Awards
Rebecca Drake
Private Awards
Analida Barrera
Burt Neal
Subcontracts
Draft Burt Neal
Monitor Polly Burns
Website
http://www.uno.edu/orsp/
ORSP e-mail
orsp@uno.edu
Phone
504-280-6836
Fax
504-280-6752

SharePoint
https://sharepoint.uno.edu

Routing Form
Internal document used to obtain UNO approval
prior to submitting a proposal to a funding agency
Includes Conflict of Interest Form
ORSP will negotiate the contract and obtain
required signatures
Enter the award in PeopleSoft
Send a request to Sponsored Programs Accounting
(SPA) to activate your award and issue a speed key
SPA emails UNO-NOGA - opportunity to
check information
Must sign and return to SPA
NOGA has ORSP and SPA contacts
http://www.uno.edu/orsp/PoliciesProcedures/HumanandAni
malSubjects.aspx
Institutional Animal Use
and Care Committee
(IACUC)

This committee follows
federal regulations from
the U.S. Department of
Agriculture (for use of
certain types of animals),
but primarily from a
regulatory subdivision of
the National Institutes of
Health (NIH), the Office
of Laboratory Animal
Welfare (OLAW).

Institutional Review
Board (IRB)


This committee follows
federal regulations based
on Title 45 of the Code
of Federal Regulations
(Part 46) governing the
conduct and ethical
guidance of biomedical
or behavioral research
involving human
subjects.

sharepoint.uno.edu/committee/safety/ibc/default.aspx
Oversight of all teaching and
research activities involving:
Recombinant DNA, Artificial
Gene Transfer, Infectious
Agents, and Biologically
Derived Toxins. This also
includes use of biological and
hazardous materials at other
research sites accessed by
University faculty, staff,
researchers, and non-
university staff researchers
under grants and contracts to
the University.

The IBC is authorized to take
all actions that are necessary,
including inspection of
research facilities, approval
of research practices and
procedures and the
enforcement of cessation of
research activities in the
event of an unresolved safety
hazard.




http://www.uno.edu/orsp/Policie
sProcedures/


http://www.uno.edu/compliance/conflic
tofinterest.aspx

Responsible Conduct
of Research (RCR)

All staff, students, and
faculty conducting
research on any
projects funded by the
NSF or DHHS must
complete RCR training
prior to engaging in
research on the
project.

Conflict of Interest
(COI)

To comply with new
federal regulations,
UNO must manage,
reduce, or eliminate
any actual or potential
conflicts of interest
that may be presented
by a financial interest
of an investigator.

Thank you