Sponsored Programs offers training sessions on various topics. All classes will be held at the Office of Research, 1850 Research Park Drive in Conference Room 200 unless otherwise noted in the schedule below. A limited number of laptops are available for reservation. However, we encourage attendees to bring a laptop if they have access to one.
Registration is required. [Register]
|June 7, 2018||Cancelled due to low attendance.|
|June 14, 2018||Cayuse SP & 424: Submitting a Proposal as a Subawardee|
|June 21, 2018||Cancelled due to low attendance.|
|June 28, 2018||Cayuse SP – Role Manager Training|
|July 19, 2018||Cayuse 424 – Professional Profile & Entering an Application|
|July 26, 2018||Cayuse SP – Reporting|
|August 2, 2018||Cayuse SP – Entering Proposals|
|August 9, 2018||Multi-component NIH Submissions|
|August 16, 2018||TBD|
|August 23, 2018||Cayuse 424 – Professional Profile & Entering an Application|
|August 30, 2018||TBD|
|September 6, 2018||
Cayuse SP – Entering Proposals (Location: Conference Room 129, Office of Research)
|September 13, 2018||Proposal Budget Development|
|September 20, 2018||TBD|
|September 27, 2018||Cayuse 424 – Professional Profile & Entering an Application|
|October 4, 2018||Cayuse SP – Entering Proposals|
|October 11, 2018||Proposal Budget Development|
|October 18, 2018||TBD|
|October 25, 2018||Cayuse 424 – Professional Profile & Entering an Application|
|November 1, 2018||Cayuse SP – Entering Proposals|
|November 8, 2018||Proposal Budget Development|
|November 15, 2018||TBD|
|November 29, 2018||Cayuse 424 – Professional Profile & Entering an Application|
|December 6, 2018||Cayuse SP – Entering Proposals|
|December 13, 2018||Cayuse 424 – Professional Profile & Entering an Application|
|December 20, 2018||TBD|
- Research Administration Certificate Series (RACS) (External link to full certificate series information)
- SDPS classes offered by Sponsored Programs
This class will provide an introduction to the services provided by the Office of Research – Sponsored Programs (OR/SPO), giving you a comprehensive look at the Pre-Award, Award, and Post-award functions at SPO. This overview of the Sponsored Programs Office is designed to empower participants with key information and best practices to successfully navigate campus procedures for submission of proposals and awards. You will receive general information regarding University of California and UC Davis policies as well as OR/SPO practices which must be adhered to. We hope to give you the tools to assist with determining which office will process the various documents and which determine whether an award is a gift or grant. This course will be relevant for those new to the sponsored projects enterprise, and in light of recent changes, may also be valuable to more experienced personnel. Please note, this class has combined the Sponsored Programs Essentials 1 & 2 into one class.
In Person Instruction/Class
This course will help you to obtain the information needed to prepare and submit a proposal through the Sponsored Programs Office at UC Davis. Topics include: when you might use extramural funding for; types of sponsors, types of proposals and awards, principal investigator eligibility, understanding a call for proposals, proposal guidelines, components of a proposal, institutional forms, department research administrator steps, and how to submit a proposal to Sponsored Programs. After completing this course, attendees should be able to successfully compile a proposal packet and submit it to Sponsored Programs.
In this on-line course, participants will learn about the components and principles of a project budget and how these lead to the development of a final proposal budget. Topics covered include: cost components that make up a budget, universal cost principles applicable to preparing project budgets, budgeting techniques and practices, calculating F&A costs, and budgeting tools and resources. This course is a prerequisite for “Writing a Proposal Budget: Lab.”
In this session, attendees will apply the knowledge they obtained in the online class “Writing a Proposal Budget: Concepts”. Attendees will use case studies, sample forms, and group discussion to learn how to successfully complete a proposal budget. Applied activities include topics such as determining budget categories, determining appropriate F&A rate, applying and calculating the correct F&A rate, creating a budget justification, and more!
Pre-requisite: Writing a Proposal Budget: Concepts
- Writing a Proposal Budget – Lab Presentation
- Exercise Packet
- Exercise Workbook
- Preparing a Proposal Budget Toolkit
Once a sponsor elects to fund a proposal, the review, negotiation and award acceptance process begins. This course walks you through what is happening in the Sponsored Programs Office, and what to do when the accepted agreement arrives in your office.
This is an overview of the electronic research administration systems that are available for submitting research proposals. There will be a hands-on lab using Cayuse SP to submit proposals to Sponsored Programs and Cayuse 424 for federal grant submissions.
- eRA Presentation
- eRA Systems Matrix
- Cayuse SP: Quick Start Guide for Principal Investigators and Departmental Staff
Our Monthly Research Administration Forum is held on the 4th Wednesday of every month from 8:30 – 10:00 am at The Office of Research – 1850 Research Park Dr., Conference Room 200. Please join the Contracts & Grants listserv for additional updates and more information.
Past Forum Materials
- Cayuse SP is designed to manage research operations and provide a framework to track and report on sponsored program activities. It manages the life cycle of sponsored projects with Cayuse SP, a flexible, user-friendly Web application designed to reduce complexity, improve collaboration, and provide visibility from pre-award through post-award. [Learn more]
- Cayuse 424 is an alternate submission system to Grants.gov and is required for all Grants.gov submissions from UC Davis effective December 31, 2017. Exceptions to use Cayuse 424 are acceptable if the sponsor mandates a specific submission method be used. Additionally, NSF proposals should be submitted through Fastlane. [Learn more]
- Training opportunities and materials are available at: http://spark.ucdavis.edu/training/.
- eRA Commons Training Videos – NIH – electronic Research Administration (eRA)
- All About Indirect Costs – NIH “Rock Talk”
- CITI User Guide – How to register for a CITI course
- National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA)
- National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP)
- Society of Research Administrators (SRA) International
- Types of Intellectual Property
- UCOP Online Intellectual Property Courses