Sponsored Projects Faculty Training
The purpose of this training is to familiarize faculty and other project directors with a number of considerations related to the administration of sponsored projects. While business office staff will carry out many of the tasks, the Principal Investigator ultimately has the responsibility to assure that project funds are expended according to Univeristy and sponsor requirements.
Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This module provides faculty with a comprehensive understanding of a number of considerations related to the financial administration of sponsored projects. While business managers and business office staff carry out many of the tasks discussed in this module, the Principal Investigator (PI) ultimately has the responsibility to assure that project funds are expended according to University and sponsor requirements.
To successfully complete this course, you’ll need to review the online course and pass the Sponsored Projects Administration for Faculty online self-assessment quiz.
Quiz - can also be accessed at the end of the online training module
Audience: Required training for Faculty and PIs involved in the administration of sponsored projects
Yale University is committed to the conduct of research and research training activities in a scientifically responsible and ethical manner. The Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research (RCR) (RECR) training is a part of funding requirements for both the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundations (NSF).
Visit our RCR/RECR page for more information
This online module explores export compliance laws, the laws and regulations which prohibit the unlicensed “export” of certain technologies (information, software, materials and other items) to foreign entities.
To successfully complete this course you’ll need to pass the Export Compliance quiz, a link to the quiz can be found at the end of the online training course.
Online training (VPN required)
Audience: Those involved in the administration or research of sponsored projects
The Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) in conjunction with the Office of the Provost offers monthly sessions and workshops to help faculty and trainees identify funding opportunities for their research and prepare successful, well-targeted grant applications.
For questions regarding these offerings please contact: email@example.com
This quick guide reviews the steps for viewing, tracking and approving an award proposal in the IRES PD system including accessing the reviewer dashboard, viewing the proposal documents, completing the certification statement and submitting the proposal.
This short video reviews the eligibility requirements for becoming a Principal Investigator (PI), including employee status, eligible ranks, required training, Patent Policy Acknowledgement Agreement (PPAA) certification, and required documents.
View the video (self-paced, approx 5-10 minutes, VPN Required)
Audience: Those involved in the administration of sponsored projects and interested in becoming a PI