NCURA TV Broadcast - Subaward: A Story

October 10th, 2016 from 1:00-3:30 p.m. EDT - LIVE 

Archive is available On Demand until November 11, at 5PM EDT. 
Registration Fee - $300.00 
Each registration includes up to 5 logins for your institution. 

Subaward: A Story

It is a challenge to know whether the research administration profession has more acronyms than subawards have moving parts – we’ll call it a tie.  With the additional Uniform Guidance requirements being added to the subaward realm, it has become even more important to understand and be able to navigate subaward waters efficiently and effectively.  This webcast will take the participants through a fictional story of a financial assistance federally funded subaward – from conception to closeout.  

The story will demonstrate the component requirements and responsibilities that most commonly arise and must be dealt with by the agency, the pass-through entity and the subrecipient on both the technical and research administrator side.  Not sure what the risk assessment rules are?  When you need an audit review?  When the de minimis F&A rate is supposed to apply?  How to decide if you should go (or can go) fixed-price or cost-reimbursement?  How to tell when progress isn’t satisfactory?  What is happening nationally that may offer future relief?  This webcast – targeted to those actively involved in issuing or managing subawards subject to the Uniform Guidance – will answer these questions and more.

 
The Subaward Players:

Pamela A. Webb, Associate Vice President for Research, University of Minnesota
Philip DeShong, Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Maryland, College Park
Ann Holmes, Assistant Dean, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park
Richard P. Seligman, Associate Vice President for Research, the California Institute of Technology


CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS 

Interested in Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)? The CEU is a nationally recognized unit designed to provide a record of an individual's continuing education accomplishments. After the close of the broadcast viewing in November, the main university contact will receive an email requesting the names and email addresses for those who viewed the broadcast.  By sending contact information, they are certifying that the person viewed the webcast in its' entirety. The credits will be emailed to viewers by the end of January 2017.

Total Number of Education Clock Hours: 2.5

Total Number of CEU’s earned: .3


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When can I view the program? You will be able to view the program archive until November 11, 2016 at 5PM EDT.
How long is the program? The program is 2.5 hours total
Is there a limit to the number of times I can view the program? No, unlimited until November 11, 2016
Other questions? email info@ncura.edu