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OSP Insights

The OSP Insights sessions highlight different areas of research administration that are complex and provide research administrators with a deeper understanding of the subject matter.  Each session brings OSP Staff and research administrators together and allows for in-depth discussion. All individuals who are responsible for administering awards at The University of Texas at Austin are invited to attend.

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SP220 Transferring Awards

Instructor: Courtney Frazier Swaney, MPA
Date:
July 9, 2012
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: NOA 5.318
Cost: Free

A research study’s Principal Investigator and his/her abilities are key considerations when Sponsors decide to fund a project. Oftentimes, PIs transfer to other institutions. While it is possible for a PI to take their awards to a new institution, it is a Sponsor’s sole discretion to change Awardee Institution.

The Office of Sponored Projects transfers awards in and out of The University of Texas at Austin frequently. It is important to know that each transfer is unique. During this hour, you will:

SP221 Subawards

Instructor: Maggie Gillean Schamber, Sub Team Leader
Date:
July 26, 2012
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: NOA 5.318
Cost: Free

Today’s research climate is dynamic and many researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have global partners. The Subaward Team in the Office of Sponsored Projects works with these partners daily to ensure requirements at The University of Texas at Austin are met and obligations between the partnering institutions are fulfilled.

During this hour, you will

SP222 Conflict of Interest

Instructor: Holly Tieu, Senior Program Coordinator
Date:
August 9, 2012
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: NOA 5.318
Cost: Free

The University of Texas at Austin will be updating its Objectivity in Research Policy and must implement changes by August 24, 2012. These changes will affect all Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.

The Office of Research Support is implementing Conflict of Interest changes at The University of Texas at Austin. For this session, the Office of Sponsored Projects is partnering with the Office of Research Support to update the research community on how future business process will be affected by the change.

During this hour, you will: