NURAMP workshop series begins Sept. 16

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The Office of Research is offering a NURAMP (Research Administration Management Program) workshop series for faculty, staff, postdocorates and graduate students who conduct, support or administer research projects.

The fall NURAMP workshop series runs Sept. 16 to Nov. 2. All workshops are in room 201 in the Alexander West Building, unless otherwise noted. Applicants will be notified if session locations change.

Core modules comprise a six-week series, every Thursday starting at 9 a.m., Sept. 16-Oct. 21.

Electives comprise a four-week series, every Tuesday starting at 1 p.m., Oct. 5-Nov. 2 (no session on Oct. 19). Workshops vary in length, from one hour to three hours.

Topics to be addressed include preparing proposals for submission, creating proposal budgets, conducting research responsibly, and receiving and administering an award. Also addressed in elective workshops are Personnel Activity Reports and effort reporting, export control policies, and electronic proposal submission through

A complete schedule of dates, times and locations, as well as registration information, is available at

The goal of NURAMP is to ensure that UNL research continues moving forward in compliance with funding requirements and in support of the principles of institutional integrity and credibility. NURAMP provides the latest information on research regulations, policies and procedures, and access to resources and contacts for assistance in managing research projects and programs.

NURAMP educational activities and resources are available for all university employees engaged in research and creative activity, as well as administrative staff who support research. New faculty are especially encouraged to participate in this workshop series to familiarize themselves with the regulations that govern research at UNL and the support systems available to help them.

Participants may pursue a certificate of achievement by participating in a combination of required workshops and elective activities.

For more information contact Liz Banset, NURAMP coordinator,, 472-7003.

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