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NCURA 53rd ANNUAL MEETING Nov. 6-9, 2011 Washington Hilton, Washington DC Final Program ~ October 27, 2011 rdNCURA 53 ANNUAL MEETING November 6-9, 2011 | Washington Hilton, Washington, DC THANK YOU to the following sponsors for your generous support! YEAR LONG GOLD PARTNER CONFERENCE HURON CONSULTING GROUP PROGRAM COMMITTEE NCURA 2011 Vice President Dan Nordquist, Washington State University AM53 Co-Chairs Kallie Firestone, Massachusetts Institute of Technology YEAR LONG SILVER PARTNERS Bruce Morgan, University of California-Irvine ATTAIN, LLC Program Committee Clinical Track Suzanne Liv Page, University of Miami School of Medicine Compliance Track David Clark, Washington State University Angela Wishon, University of Texas SouthwesternBAKER TILLY Medical Center Departmental Track Jennifer Crockett, Columbia University Rosemary Madnick, Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute Federal TrackELSEVIER Cynthia Dwyer, National Institutes of Health Beth Seaton, Western Illinois University Human Capital Track Suzanne Rivera, Case Western Reserve University Denise Wallen, University of New Mexico INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WORKS, INC., IT WORKS International Track Norman Hebert, Brown University Post-award Track Joseph Gindhart, Washington University Leslie Schmidt, Montana State University Pre-award Track Nancy Daneau, State University of New York at Stony BrookCONTRIBUTING SPONSOR Kevin Stewart, University of California-Santa Barbara DESTINATION DC PUI Track Joseph McNicholas, Loyola Marymount University Senior Management Track Stephen Hansen, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville Mark Davis, Attain Workshops Heather Offhaus, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Toni Shaklee, Oklahoma State University 2 rdNCURA 53 ANNUAL MEETING Nov. 6-9, 2011 | Washington Hilton, Washington, DC nyone with a teenager has probably heard “Do It Live.” For So who is the AM53 Team? my son, the phrase usually relates to a road trip --"Dad, we’reAjust gonna “Do It Live.” That means, “…not sure how we’re Let’s start with the Program Co-Chairs, Bruce Morgan, Assistant getting there, how we’ll eat, or where we’ll sleep - but we’re goin’...” Vice-Chancellor for Research Administration for University of As research administrators, don't we do that, too? Something new California - Irvine and Kallie Firestone, Senior Compliance Specialist, crosses our desk. We don't have a clue how to do it, but we answer, MIT (yes, she is an Auditor!!). We are represented Coast to Coast, "Sure, I’ll make it happen!" We “Do It Live” because we know it West to East. They are competent, experienced, thoughtful, needs to be done and it needs to be done NOW. Agreements need enthusiastic, committed team players who Do It Live, Do It Now, and signatures NOW, proposals need to be submitted NOW, a budget Get Involved! Bruce and I first presented together back in 1996 with must be prepared NOW, an expenditure transfer needs to happen our Godfather, Dick Seligman. We did a workshop on subcontracting NOW, a protocol approval needs to happen NOW, FFATA needs to (and yes, it was in sunny Hawaii). Kallie started her illustrious career be reported NOW, chemicals need to be purchased NOW… at Washington State, then the University of Washington, Vanderbilt, and now MIT. I am a lucky guy to have Bruce, the CaliforniaResearch administrators need to be flexible, nimble, and responsive. Surfer/Alpine Skier Dude and Kallie, the “No Holds Barred, but KeepAs a group, we are quite good at this. It is here we see the payoff for Calm and Carry On" research diva from Boston on the AM53 team.our willingness to “Get Involved.” Staying involved, both within our university and within the research administration community means And there are others, all Rock Stars, on our AM53 Team – check we have the skills, the most recent information, and we know the out the list on page 2. We are a group of individuals who, like you, right people. Involvement in NCURA, through volunteerism, is one want to work better, faster, stronger. We are creating a program way to build a network of experienced research administrators who that provides sessions and workshops that will "grow you a little” may have encountered a similar dilemma. It is our involvement in or "grow you a lot,” depending on your needs. These growth community that enables us to effectively roll up our sleeves, figure opportunities will be filled with learning, networking, sure tips, it out and figure it out quick. NCURA is committed to encouraging practiced ways and experienced speakers; all facilitated to take professional development through service, and we have many the important points home and put them into action. "Do It Live, opportunities to “get involved.” Do It Now - Get Involved" recognizes the important role of research administrators and provides the tools we need to do our jobs andReadiness to “Do It Live,” eagerness (most of the time) to “Do It do them well. Of particular note, is our Get Involved Track whereNow,” and willingness to “Get Involved” are valuable characteristics, NCURA members submitted Concurrent Session ideas for review byboth expected and appreciated, by our faculty, staff, administrators, the AM53 Program Committee for inclusion in the annual meeting.and students (even if without much fanfare). The 2011 Annual Another addition to the program involves the Senior Track - weMeeting Program Committee (the AM53 Team) wants to recognize are changing it to the Senior Management Track for researchthese important traits and the benefit they bring to research across administrators with significant responsibility in their duties whetherthe nation. As a group, we are not satisfied with the status quo. on the job for a few months or many years.We’re always looking for "something more." We intend to offer “something more” at the 2011 National Meeting on November 6-9 in Washington D.C. 3 rdNCURA 53 ANNUAL MEETING November 6-9, 2011 | Washington Hilton, Washington, DC CONNECT AND LEARN One of the great things about the NCURA Annual Meeting is the For all the Region II and Region III researchDC METRO chance to connect and learn from each other. From our Keynote administrators who will be commuting to LOUNGE speaker to Dinner to Dancing, we’ve come up with some great AM53, we are introducing the "DC Metro ideas to give everyone the opportunity to Get Involved! Here are a Lounge." Come hang out, put your feet up, enjoy some hospitality, few highlights: and connect with your DC peeps. Please feel welcome to stop by and enjoy your home away from home right in the DC Hilton. Eric Haseltine will be our keynote for AM53.KEYNOTE He is a speaker with high energy, a great At this year’s meeting we’re trying out a newLEARNING ability to connect with our audience, good way to engage and educate! The sessions are LOUNGEinformation that everyone can use, and a powerful story teller. Dr. short, 15 minute presentations on a specific Haseltine's background is such that he definitely understands who topic. The speaker will present in an open venue with seating up we are: a neuroscientist; former Vice President of Imagineering to 25 people in an area of the hotel that provides excellent space and head of R&D for Walt Disney’s entire corporation; Associate and good visibility. Director in charge of R&D at the National Security Agency and The sessions are like … well … finger-food for the mind vs. a full when Congress created the Office of the Director of National course meal. We’re thinking that these bite-sized Learning Lounge Intelligence, he served as their first CTO (Associate Director, sessions fill the gaps perfectly; and, with 20 sessions scheduled (10 National Intelligence, reporting to the Director) where he oversaw on Monday and 10 on Tuesday), we’ll have plenty of subjects all Science and Technology. to…..snack on. So if you are between sessions, or not sure what session orThis year, we’re offering something new,WELCOME discussion group to attend, – “Do It Now”, come on over and joinalong the theme of our Welcome Dinner, the LOUNGE us in the Learning Lounge and find that golden nugget.informal opportunity to rest your travel weary legs and transition before your first sessions. Come join us in the “Do It Live” Sessions you ask? The AM53“DO IT LIVE”back of the International Terrace, hang out, and listen to the Chris Theme is “Do It Live, Do It Now – Get Involved”.Vadala Jazz Quartet while reconnecting with friends. We’ll be SESSIONS So sticking with that theme, these sessionsopen 4-7 on Saturday night (same as registration). provide the opportunity to demonstrate many “Do It Live” adjectives and phrases: spontaneity, flexibility, or taken from our media friendsA big question asked by many of you isSUNDAY “Just in, an important NCURA News Flash” or “Breaking News from“What will we be doing for Sunday Night?” NCURA” or from the Social Networking world “Let’s See What’sNIGHT Sunday Nights for many of us, growing up, Trending”. We will address cutting-edge issues and hot-topics thatwere family meals, so we’ll hold a Sunday Night Welcome Dinner. come up while we are actually at the Annual Meeting.This will be an informal, family style, setting to re-connect after a year away and a place to make new friends. We will follow dinner These “Do It Lives” sessions will be discussion-group type gatherings with entertainment from the Capitol Steps - a great time to have (no Power points – I promise!). They’ll happen “on the fly”, based on them return and provide us some levity. the buzz that occurs while at the meeting on a particular topic. Important Annual meetings, like ours, are fully embracing social We are going to have something for media to offer the best meeting experience for members. Therefore,TUESDAY everyone! We’ll start with a dinner buffet and we will be using Twitter and Facebook to hear your thoughts about NIGHT then the evening’s festivities will include: issues or hot-topics that we need to pursue further – the buzz. We will then communicate the time, place, topic, and presenter for each• A D.J and dancing with some fun dance lessons to kick us off session via FB and Twitter. If you’re not tied into the FB and Twitter• Casino Night Fundraiser world … no worries! … We’ll have a live Twitter Feed displayed at• Sing It Live Karaoke Lounge the meeting, providing continual updates so everyone can “Get• Game On Room Involved”. This is truly “Doing It Live”.• Wii Want to Play Don’t Miss it! WE ISSUE BOTH A CHALLENGE AND AN INVITATION O “DO IT LIVE”… “DO IT NOW”… “GET INVOLVED”... JOIN US AT AM53 TO STRENGTHEN YOUR SKILLS AND BUILD CONNECTIONS WITH YOUR PEERS. OUR 2011 NATIONAL MEETING ON NOVEMBER 6J9 IN WASHINGTON D.C. WILL HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BE PROFESSIONALLY DEVELOPED, AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO ENJOY BEING DEVELOPED. LET'S MAKE THIS YEAR THE BEST EVER!! Dan Nordquist Kallie Firestone Bruce Morgan Dan Nordquist, Kallie Firestone, Bruce Morgan, Washington State University Massachusetts Institute University of of Technology California-Irvine 4 G E T INVOLVED GENERAL INFORMATION CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL OVERVIEW OF EDUCATION CONCURRENT SESSIONS NCURA is accredited by the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. Concurrent sessions are geared to a specific level of expertise: This program is administered by the National Association of BASIC assumes some basic, fundamental research administration State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) to sponsor and award knowledge. Continuing Professional Education (CPEs) to accounting INTERMEDIATE assumes basic knowledge and the sessionsprofessionals. Certified Public Accountants will need to complete introduce and develop topics that exceed basic knowledge.a CPE credit slip for each session you attend in order to receive Sessions focus on building grant and contract competency.CPE credits. CPE slips are available at the NCURA AM53 Concierge on the Terrace. Slips must be deposited in the CPE boxes located ADVANCED assumes mastery of the subject and the session at the NCURA AM53 Concierge desk. In accordance with the focuses on indepth knowledge or a broader range of topics. standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 50 minutes Sessions focus on mastering more difficult and complex scenarios. equals 1 CPE. Depending on the sessions and workshops you SENIOR AND SENIOR FORUM assumes that the member has choose to attend a maximum of 29.5 CPE credits can be issued for policy level responsibility. NCURA’s 53rd Annual Meeting. Fields of study available include OVERVIEW provides a general review of a subject area from aSpecialized Knowledge and Applications (S), Management (M) and broader perspective.Professional Development (P). UPDATE provides a general review of new developments. REGISTRATION OVERVIEW OF Registration is available at www.ncura.edu and is available to any individual engaged in the administration of sponsored WORKSHOP PROGRAM LEVELS programs in a college, university, or teaching hospital. Please Note: Learning objectives for each session will be noted in the conference The program levels below are designed to assist attendees in program. Please consult the session descriptions for program level determining the appropriate workshop based on your details. The only prerequisite for meeting attendance is current experience level: involvement in university sponsored research programs. There is BASIC assumes basic, fundamental research administration no advanced preparation required to attend sessions.This knowledge but cannot assume there is knowledge of course conference is a “group-live” offering. For information regarding content. administrative policies such as complaint resolution and refund, INTERMEDIATE assumes basic knowledge and should introduceplease contact our office at 202-466-3894. and develop topics that exceed basic knowledge. Sessions focus NCURA is registered with the National on building grant and contract competency. Association of State Boards of Accountancy ADVANCED assumes mastery of the subject and should focus (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional on in-depth knowledge or a broader range of topics. Sessions education on the National Registry of CPE should focus on mastering more difficult and complex scenarios. Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final OVERVIEW provides a general review of a subject area from aauthority on the acceptance of individual courses broader perspective.for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its UPDATE provides a general review of new developments. website: www.learningmarket.org. Discussion Groups will not be eligible for CPE Credits. 5 * Lead Presenter rdNCURA 53 ANNUAL MEETING November 6-9, 2011 | Washington Hilton, Washington, DC TABLE OF CONTENTS 7 WORKSHOPS SCHEDULE- 8:30 – 10:00 am 4:00 – 5:00 pm 1:30 – 1:45 pm AT-A-GLANCE 27 OUTSTANDING 50 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 71 LEARNING LOUNGE ACHIEVEMENT IN 54 DISCUSSION GROUPS 1:30 – 2:30 pmRESEARCH 4:30 – 4:45 pm 71 CONCURRENT SESSIONS SATURDAY ADMINISTRATION AWARD 56 LEARNING LOUNGE 74 DISCUSSION GROUPS ANNUAL MEETINGNovember 5, 2011 KEYNOTE ADDRESS 6:00 pm 2:00 – 2:15 pm 4:00 – 7:00 pm 56 MONDAY EVENING DINNER 76 LEARNING LOUNGE 10:00 – 10:30 am 26 AM53 CONCIERGE GROUPS 28 BREAK 2:30 – 2:45 pm PARTICIPANT MATERIALS 9:00 pm 77 BREAKPICK-UP 10:30 – 10:45 am 56 REGIONAL HOSPITALITYWELCOME LOUNGE 28 LEARNING LOUNGE 2:45 – 3:45 pm SUITES OPEN 77 REGIONAL BUSINESS 10:30 – 11:45 am MEETINGS28 CONCURRENT SESSIONS SUNDAY 32 DISCUSSION GROUPS TUESDAY 3:30 – 3:45 pm November 6, 2011 77 LEARNING LOUNGENovember 8, 201111:00 – 11:15 am 7:30 am – 5:00 pm 3:45 – 4:00 pm35 LEARNING LOUNGE 6:15 – 7:15 am 26 AM53 CONCIERGE 77 BREAK 57 NCURA FITNESS11:30 – 11:45 amPARTICIPANT MATERIALS 4:00 – 4:15 pm35 LEARNING LOUNGEPICK-UP 7:00 am – 5:00 pm 77 LEARNING LOUNGEDC METRO LOUNGE 57 AM53 CONCIERGE11:45 am – 1:15 pm EXPOSITION 2011 AND 4:00 – 5:00 pm35 LUNCHEON AND26 8:30 am – 5:00 pm CYBER CAFÉ 77 CONCURRENT SESSIONSPRESENTATION OFWORKSHOPS (Additional DC METRO LOUNGE 81 DISCUSSION GROUPSDISTINGUISHED SERVICEfee required) AWARD RECIPIENTS AND 7:30 – 8:30 am 4:30 – 4:45 pmNoon – 1:30 pm JOSEPH CARRABINO 57 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 83 LEARNING LOUNGE26 WORKSHOP LUNCHEON AWARD BREAKFAST ROUNDTABLES FOR WORKSHOP AM, PM 7:00 – 11:00 pm 1:15 – 1:30 pmAND FULL DAY SESSION 8:30 – 8:45 am 83 TUESDAY NIGHT EVENT 35 LEARNING LOUNGEPARTICIPANTS, FACULTY 57 LEARNING LOUNGE “GET INVOLVED!” AND EVALUATORS 1:15 – 2:30 pm 8:30 – 10:00 am 9:00 pm 36 CONCURRENT SESSIONS6:15 – 7:00 pm 58 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 83 REGIONAL HOSPITALITY 41 DISCUSSION GROUPS26 RECEPTION 62 DISCUSSION GROUPS SUITES OPEN 1:45 – 2:00 pm7:00 – 10:00 pm 9:00 – 9:15 am 43 LEARNING LOUNGE26 SUNDAY DINNER AND 64 LEARNING LOUNGE WEDNESDAYENTERTAINMENT BY 2:15 – 2:30 pm 9:30 – 9:45 amTHE CAPITOL STEPS November 9, 201143 LEARNING LOUNGE 64 LEARNING LOUNGE 9:00 pm 7:30 am – Noon2:30 – 2:45 pm 10:00 – 10:30 am26 REGIONAL HOSPITALITY 84 AM53 CONCIERGE43 BREAK 64 BREAKSUITES OPEN DC METRO LOUNGE 2:45 – 3:00 pm 10:30 – 10:45 am 7:30 – 8:30 am43 LEARNING LOUNGE 64 LEARNING LOUNGE 84 ANNUAL BUSINESSMONDAY 2:45 – 3:45 pm 10:30 am – Noon MEETING BREAKFAST November 7, 2011 44 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 65 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 8:30 – 10:00 am47 DISCUSSION GROUPS 68 DISCUSSION GROUPS6:15 – 7:15 am 84 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 3:15 – 3:30 pm26 NCURA FITNESS 11:00 – 11:15 am 88 DISCUSSION GROUPS 49 LEARNING LOUNGE 70 LEARNING LOUNGE7:00 am – 5:00 pm 10:00 – 10:30 am 3:45- 4:00 pm26 AM53 CONCIERGE 11:30 – 11:45 am 90 REFRESHMENT BREAK 49 BREAKPARTICIPANT MATERIALS 70 LEARNING LOUNGE 10:30 am – NoonPICK-UP 4:00 – 4:15 pm 12:00 – 1:30 pm 91 CONCURRENT SESSIONSEXPOSITION 2011 AND 49 LEARNING LOUNGE 71 LUNCHEON AND 94 DISCUSSION GROUPSCYBER CAFÉ VOLUNTEER RECOGNITIONDC METRO LOUNGE Noon ADJOURNMENT7:30 – 8:15 am 27 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 97 REGIONAL OFFICERS 2011 BREAKFAST ROUNDTABLES 98 NCURA LEADERSHIP 6 * Lead Presenter G E T INVOLVED WORKSHOPS SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE 1:30 – 5:00 pm AFTERNOON WORkSHOPSSunday, November 6, 2011 WS #20: FAR and Federal Contracting 8:30 am – 5:00 pm FULL DAy WORkSHOPS WWSS ##2211:: Thinking Like a Grant Reviewer WS #1: Pre-award Basics WS #22: Fun with Effort Reporting WS #2: Post-award Basics WS #23: Compliance Issues for PUIs WS #3: Current Issues in Departmental Administration: WS #24: Risk AssessmentWhat’s Going On and What You Can Do About It WS #25: Technology Transfer, Start-Ups and IndustrialWS #4: Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Dealing Collaborationswith Troublesome Terms from Non-Profits, Foundations and Industry WS #26: ITAR – Hot Topics WS #5: Reviewing and Negotiating MTAs, NDAs, MOUs, WS #27: Policy Development and Implementation: IPAs, CRADAs and OTAs Assessing Institutional Policies WS #28: Intro to Compliance in Research: An Overview of 8:30 am – Noon MORNING WORkSHOPS Governing Boards (IRB, IACUC, COI, etc.) WWSS ##66:: Introduction to the Federal Acquisition Regulations WS #29: Export Controls at Proposal and Award (FAR) WS #30: Preparing for and Surviving Audits WS #7: Understanding and Negotiating Basic Contract WS #31: A Workshop Designed to Provide Actionable InsightTerms (Legalese for Beginners) into the Kaleidoscope of Clinical Trials and ResearchWS #8: A Team Approach to Developing Competitive Administration Proposals WWSS ##3322:: How Do You Choose the Best Delivery Method for WS #9: Cost Sharing: “Do it Live, Do it Now (and why you the Training You Develop? have to) Get Involved” WS #33: (NO FEE) Effective Presentations - NCURA Style WS #10: PUIs and Minority Serving Institutions: Issues and Strategies Thursday, November 10, 2011 WS #11: Creating Career Paths: Finding, Hiring and 8:30 am – 4:30 pm FULL DAy WORkSHOPSManaging WS #12: Financial Compliance in the Real World WS #34: NIH Day WS #13: WS #35: NSF DayAdvanced BIS and OFAC WS #14: Financial Conflicts of Interest: New Monday, November 7, 2011Regulations/New Policy? WS #15: Advanced Issues in A-21, A-122, A-110 and A-133 2:45 – 5:00 pm SENIOR FORUMS WS #16: The Alphabet Soup of NIH Training and Career SF #1: (NO FEE) You Make the Call! Tough Decisions for Development Awards Departmental Research Administrators WS #17: Subawards and Subrecipient Monitoring: The SF #2: (NO FEE) Engaging in Effective Research Strategic Basics and Beyond Planning WS #18: Service Centers – How to Open and SF #3: (NO FEE) Medical School Senior Management Operate – Legally! Issues WS #19: Developing Curriculum and Designing Effective In-House Education Programs Tuesday, November 8, 2011 8:30 am – Noon SENIOR FORUMS SF #4: (NO FEE) Creating a Culture of Industry Collaborations SF #5: (NO FEE) How Many Policies Does it REALLY Take to Run an Institution? 7 * Lead Presenter rd NCURA 53 ANNUAL MEETING N ovember 6-9, 2011 | Washington Hilton, Washington, DC WORKSHOPS SUNDAY • November 6, 2011 8:30 am – 5:00 pm ~ Full Day Workshops effort reporting. We will also touch onWorkshop #1 Workshop #2 areas where a Departmental AdministratorProgram Level: Basic Program Level: Basic needs awareness such as export control. PREJAWARD BASICS POSTJAWARD BASICS We will address the ending of ARRA- This workshop will provide a one-day funding and how the impact of ARRA willThis workshop will focus on the topics that immersion into the basic issues and be felt and can be managed. We willinfluence the daily operations of managing functions of a pre-award office. Topics will address FFATA and how to work withinsponsored projects. It is designed for include the care and education of PIs, your campus to assure compliance withindividuals new to the field and will identifying and disseminating funding awards that are subject to FFATA. Finally,provide an overview of the key principles opportunities; facilitating collaborative and we will offer many opportunitiesand issues surrounding post award multidisciplinary efforts; assisting with throughout the day for sharing Bestmanagement. Discussion will include proposal development, review, approval Practices in handling current and ongoingmanaging overspending on awards, and submission of proposals; reviewing, issues, as well as managing the workloadtimeliness of financial reports, closeout of interpreting, negotiating and celebrating of a Departmental Administrator.awards, collections, cost transfers, cost new awards, and finally a basic sharing, effort reporting, allowable costs, LEARNING OBJECTIVES: terminology/acronym overview. Particular preparing for audit, and much more . • Participants will leave with specific emphasis will be placed on the importance Come and hear the challenges, successes, information about current and ongoing of preparing and/or approving a "good and lessons learned of the faculty. Bring issues that directly impact Research budget," from the perspectives of the PI, your questions, concerns, and your Administration at the Departmental the peer reviewers and regulatory officials. institution’s experience for lively discussion. Administrator level, especially and The faculty is committed to equipping specifically those areas where theLEARNING OBJECTIVES: attendees with knowledge, reliable compliance of an institution isAttendees will acquire information andreference resources, and an understanding dependent upon the effort of thetechniques to effectively manage the day-of how to build a professional network to Departmental Administrator. to-day activities of sponsored projects.preserve your sanity. Interactive teaching • Participants will also be asked to share PREREQUISITES: Nonemethods will be interspersed throughout their tools and practices in managing the day to solidify important concepts. FACULTY: Vivian Holmes*, Assistant their workload and meeting the Director, Sponsored Research, BroadLEARNING OBJECTIVES: compliance requirements, as well as Institute of MIT and Harvard; W. Scott• Participants will learn about the navigating the responsibilities of being Erwin, Sr., Director, Office of Sponsoreduniversal roles, responsibilities and the liaison between the central professional values of pre-award Programs, Texas State University-San administrative units, faculty, and Marcos; Jeffrey Ritchie, Grantsresearch administration. research units. Management Analyst, Aurora Health Care;• Participants will be able to prepare a PREREQUISITES: None. This workshop will Leslie Schmidt, Assistant Vice Presidentstandard budget with costs appropriate cover a broad range of research for Research, Montana State Universityto a project, and be able to distinguish administration issues for Departmental allowable and unallowable costs as well Administrators. It will be helpful ifWorkshop #3as direct and indirect (facilities and participants have an understanding ofProgram Level: Basicadministrative) costs. general terms, structure, and the business • Participants will know how to access CURRENT ISSUES IN of research administration on the whole tools available to assist with funding and within their respective institutions. WeDEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION:opportunity dissemination, proposal expect that this workshop will be helpfulWHAT’S GOING ON AND WHATpreparation, and electronic submission. to newcomers to get up-to-speed YOU CAN DO ABOUT ITPREREQUISITES: None immediately on what is a priority, but we also expect that participants with manyThe job of a Departmental ResearchFACULTY: Jamie Caldwell*, Director, Office years of experience will get useful andAdministration (DRA) is as fast-paced asof Research Services for the Health ever. With all the new updates, changes, timely information.Sciences, Loyola Medicine, Loyola and incoming details to worry about, it isUniversity Chicago; Beth Seaton, Director, FACULTY: Samantha J. Westcott, Manager, difficult to navigate the workload. In thisSponsored Projects, Western Illinois Sponsored Research Team, Children’s workshop we will address current issuesUniversity; Hollie Schreiber, Manager, Ag Hospital Los Angeles; Susan Zipkin, that are impacting research administrationSponsored Programs Administration, Director, Radiology Research Finance, at the desk of the DepartmentalOklahoma State University; Tony Brigham & Women's Hospital; Erin Bailey, Administrator. We will address issues thatVentimiglia, Associate Director for Center Manager and Senior Research are ever-present in DRA and impacting usEducation and Communication, Auburn Administrator, Buffalo Center for Social daily, such as subrecipient monitoring and University Research, University at Buffalo 8 G E T INVOLVED WORKSHOPS SUNDAY • November 6, 2011 8:30 am – 5:00 pm ~ Full Day Workshops (continued) LEARNING OBJECTIVES:Workshop #4 Workshop #5 • Participants will learn what the issues Program Level: AdvancedProgram Level: Intermediate are and how to identify them. REVIEWING AND NEGOTIATINGCAUGHT BETWEEN A ROCK AND • Participants will learn what kinds of MTAS, NDAS, MOUS, IPAS, CRADAS,A HARD PLACE: DEALING WITH consequences may result from accepting the troublesome terms for AND OTASTROUBLESOME TERMS FROM both the investigator and the This interactive workshop will allow theNONJPROFITS, FOUNDATIONS institution. participant to learn the ins and outs ofAND INDUSTRY • Participants will learn suggested effectively creating and negotiating the alternative terms and conditions forTroublesome terms and conditions are no terms and conditions of a variety of special minimizing or eliminating the impact oflonger limited to industry contracts and agreements including intellectual property the troublesome terms.Federal contracts. While many of the agreements, material transfer agreements, challenging issues have been the same PREREQUISITES: Previous work experience non-disclosure agreements, memorandums over time, troublesome terms are now with non-profit, foundation or industry of understanding, inter-personnel routinely showing up in non-profit and contracts and grants. agreements, cooperative research and foundation awards as well. Old issues like development agreements and otherFACULTY: Marjorie Forster*, Assistant Vice confidentiality, publication, intellectual transaction agreements. Case studies andPresident, Research and Global Health property, licensing, liability, insurance and testimonials from both the participantsInitiatives, Office of Research and indemnification join new issues like export and workshop leaders will be used toDevelopment, University of Maryland control and anti-terrorist language. This explore the intellectual basis for theBaltimore; M. Jeremy Trybulski, workshop will address all these issues for decision on the use of a particularTechnology Transfer Officer, Office of non-profit, foundation and industry instrument as well as exploring the specificTechnology Transfer, University of sponsors and will examine new trends, terms and conditions. The workshop willCalifornia Office of the President; Dianne such as more industry-like terms coming be conducted in a room with tables andArcher, Director, Engineering Research from non-profit and foundation sponsors. limited seating to encourage participation.Administration, School of Engineering, In this session, participants will be provided Stanford University LEARNING OBJECTIVES: with real-life examples of contract clauses • Participants will learn tips for reviewing and case studies to help understand how and negotiating terms and conditions of to cope with these difficult terms In effective MTAs, NDAs, MOUs, IPAs, addition to lively discussions and CRADAs, and OTAs. interaction throughout the presentation, • Participants will learn techniques for the participants will apply the knowledge effectively negotiating these special learned by working in small groups using agreements with industry and federal the case study approach. sponsors. • Participants will partake in scenarios where they review agreements as part of a negotiation team. PREREQUISITES: Working knowledge of contracts FACULTY: Elaine Brock*, Senior Associate Director, Division of Research Development and Administration, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor; Kathleen Lorenzi, Associate Director, Office of Contracts and Grants, University of Colorado at Boulder 9 * Lead Faculty rd NCURA 53 ANNUAL MEETING November 6-9, 2011 | Washington Hilton, Washington, DC WORKSHOPS SUNDAY • November 6, 2011 8:30 am – Noon ~ Morning Workshops Workshop #6 Workshop #7 Workshop #8 Program Level: Basic Program Level: IntermediateProgram Level: Basic UNDERSTANDING AND A TEAM APPROACH TOINTRODUCTION TO THE FEDERAL NEGOTIATING BASIC CONTRACT DEVELOPING COMPETITIVEACQUISITION REGULATIONS K FARL TERMS K LEGALESE FOR PROPOSALSNegotiating contracts under the Federal BEGINNERSLAcquisition Regulations (FAR) can be Over the last decade or so, the approach challenging for even the most experienced to research has evolved from individualsSponsored agreements contain many research administrator. This workshop will conducting independent research projectslegal terms and concepts that are often introduce participants to the FAR's purpose to cross-disciplinary collaborationsaddressed by applying mechanistic rules and organization, and explain how it conducted by diverse teams. The approachand which result in obstacles and delays in works. In addition, we will learn how to to good grantsmanship also has evolved.negotiation. This workshop will provide a identify various contract types, how to Today we most often use a collaborativebrief overview of contracting principles review a Request for Proposals, and how team approach to develop and write aand negotiation techniques, as well as to negotiate a few key clauses. competitive proposal. This workshopexplain the meaning of common legal combines didactic and hands-on activitiesLEARNING OBJECTIVES: terms and clauses. Techniques to review to explore best practices for proposalUpon conclusion of the workshop, contracts, identify troublesome clauses, development and good grantsmanship.participants will be able to: Describe the and negotiate alternate contract language Each participant will bring his or herstructure of the FAR and demonstrate the will be covered. Emphasis will be placed on expertise to their proposal developmentrelationship between prescriptions and how to assess the importance of particular team. Using pre-selected fundingclauses; Identify contract types (e.g. cost terms for specific research projects and guidelines and project ideas, participantsreimbursement, fixed-price, time and how to build and communicate positions will: materials) and explain how and when they persuasively during difficult negotiations. are used; read and understand a Request The course will use materials in negotiation • Discover how to create a proposal for Proposal and identify a few required and contract law to examine process and development plan. and/or problematic clauses. strategy. Using real life examples, the • Learn how to improve their writing presenters will offer potential solutions to style.PREREQUISITES: None common deadlocks on publishing, • Work in small teams to develop FACULTY: Randall Draper*, Director, Office confidentiality, work product, intellectual proposal sections. of Contracts and Grants, University of property, liability and more. LEARNING OBJECTIVES:Colorado; Kevin Stewart, Senior LEARNING OBJECTIVES: • Participants will learn strategies forSponsored Projects Officer, University • Attendees will gain an understanding of developing a proposal team.of California, Santa Barbara; Ralph common legal terms and concepts • Participants will learn how to putBrown, Director of Research pertaining to sponsored agreements. together an effective proposalAdministration, Colorado School of Mines • Attendees will learn to use the development plan. techniques taught in this workshop to • Participants will develop proposal improve the efficiency of contract components using good grantsmanship negotiations. techniques. • Attendees will better understand the PREREQUISITES: Participants should have a importance of particular terms for working knowledge of the grants and specific research projects. proposal process. PREREQUISITES: None FACULTY: Denise Wallen*, Senior Fellow, FACULTY: Alexandra McKeown*, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center Associate Dean for Research for Health Policy, The University of New Administration, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Mexico; Jackie Hinton, Technical School of Public Health; Mary Schmiedel, Writer/Editor and Project Administrator, Associate Dean for Research University of Utah Administration and Director of the Office of Sponsored Programs, Georgetown University 10 * Lead Faculty