The webcast was live on June 17th, 2015 from 1:00-3:30 p.m. EDT.
This archive is available until September 11, 2015 at 5PM EDT.
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We are half way through our first year with the Uniform Guidance. There was a flurry of activity as we tried to understand the new rules, make changes to our own policies, and educate faculty and staff about the new regulations. Now, it’s time to check in with our colleagues. What have we accomplished? What was postponed? What about all those questions that still need answers? This webcast will look at the astonishing work universities have undertaken to meet the requirements of the UG. We will also look forward to the major issues that are still under discussion. Join us for updates on such topics as subrecipient monitoring, the disclosure statement, procurement, the Utility Cost Adjustment, Research Terms and Conditions and many more.
, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Sponsored Programs, University of Wisconsin - Madison
, Director, Office of Sponsored Programs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
, Vice President for Higher Education, Attain
, Assistant Vice President for Research, The University of Alabama
, Director of Costing Policies and Studies, Council on Governmental Relations
Jim Luther, Associate Vice President, Research Costing Compliance, Duke University
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Total Number of Education Clock Hours: 2.5
Total Number of CEU’s earned: .3
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