For staff members responsible for working with sponsored funds, grants and contracts, this course is a comprehensive overview of the post-award financial management of sponsored awards, and contains critical information for staff responsible for the fiscal processing or management of sponsored funds (grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, etc.). This training, particularly important for newer employees who work in this area, will provide a detailed view of the various activities associated with the fiscal management of awards, including those performed by Sponsored Financial Services and elsewhere at the university.
This two-part course will provide a foundation for managing sponsored projects. Classes are held on two different days.
Part 1: Managing Sponsored Projects is an overview of sponsored projects, including the life cycle, research administration at Cornell, and general principles surrounding oversight of a project. 1.5 hours. If you have completed the Research Administration Certification Program (RACP), Part 1 is not required, but you still must register for the entire course, attend Part 2 and pass the exam.
Part 2: Managing Sponsored Accounts is an overview of project accounts associated with a sponsored activity. Includes time for testing and reviewing accounts in the Kuali Financial System. 1.5 hours.
Sponsored Financial Services staff members
This two-session program will take place from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. on the class dates available in CULearn.
Steve Jackson: (607) 255-2175