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Dear Unit Administrators and Grant Managers,

SPA recently learned that NCURA's Level II Sponsored Project Administration Workshop will be taking place in Farmington, CT March 27-29.  These workshops are very rarely offered within a driving distance from UVM.  Our research administration colleagues at The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine are hosting the workshop and reached out to New England institution with an invitation to join this workshop.

The attached description provides more detail on the topics that will be covered.  This type of a workshop would benefit both central (SPA) and department research administrators/grant managers with 1-2 years of experience who are ready for intermediate topics and case studies. If you are considering attending and would like more information, please visit https://jaxncuraworkshop.org/<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001hCXZSZ7vdtmA-NHS358b4kKL2jhiyjaelVCTpsqSxnxrKDAcQCmdHLMuLeUtJ7F0fcJGnLogu7gQ1suL8xT3V2_oYpiOWTctMjnTJyg-8xDi0pqRt4PdvdCx4jP6tNSHaErrGmUCcaecA3r8yAy-ImR4W6xS5D97xM1SEgKnmnycRFK00xZseg==&c=SZEVPjM4XiojkF9WEEZdDK_KewhLnA986iqg12z3JEbwcsmR4dD9ng==&ch=FcxAncZdsoxha7xa3o1nAiJs55fpJ76I4_klOeUHImXGA9tdiM8YBQ==> and contact [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

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Level II Sponsored Projects Administration Workshop

March 27-29, 2019

Registration is Open!

The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine
10 Discovery Drive
Farmington, CT 06032

Please join us for this NCURA National "SPA II" workshop, hosted by The Jackson Laboratory. This two and a half day professional development program offers participants an opportunity for in-depth instruction in four core aspects of research administration: institutional compliance responsibilities; proposal creation and submission; contract and subaward review; and post award financial administration. Each of these topics will be explored through a combination of broad overview, case study analysis and discussion.

Additional details can be found at https://jaxncuraworkshop.org/<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001hCXZSZ7vdtmA-NHS358b4kKL2jhiyjaelVCTpsqSxnxrKDAcQCmdHLMuLeUtJ7F0fcJGnLogu7gQ1suL8xT3V2_oYpiOWTctMjnTJyg-8xDi0pqRt4PdvdCx4jP6tNSHaErrGmUCcaecA3r8yAy-ImR4W6xS5D97xM1SEgKnmnycRFK00xZseg==&c=SZEVPjM4XiojkF9WEEZdDK_KewhLnA986iqg12z3JEbwcsmR4dD9ng==&ch=FcxAncZdsoxha7xa3o1nAiJs55fpJ76I4_klOeUHImXGA9tdiM8YBQ==>.




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The event will be held at the beautiful Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine facility situated on the University of Connecticut Health Center campus in Farmington, Connecticut. For more information, please email Adam Carter<mailto:[log in to unmask]>.



Sonya Stern, MBA | Director | Signing Official
Treasurer-Elect, National Council of University Research Administrators Region 1
University of Vermont
Sponsored Project Administration
217 Waterman | 85 South Prospect Street
Burlington, VT 05405-0160
P: 802-656-1986 | [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> | www.uvm.edu/spa/<http://www.uvm.edu/spa/>



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