NURAMP workshop series begins Sept. 18

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NURAMP workshop series begins Sept. 18

Srikanth Kondabolu, graduate student, will defend his master's degree thsis, "A Case Study of Changing Cropping Diversity and Agricultural Risk in the Doulthabad Mandal of Telangana State in India" at 10 a.m., July 15 in 202 Hardin Hall.

The fall Research Administration Management Program workshop series begins Sept. 18 and runs through Nov. 4. These workshops are free to UNL faculty, staff, postdocs and graduate students who conduct, support or administer research projects.

All workshops will be at the Whittier Research Center at 2200 Vine St. in Room 152. Some sessions also will be available online via Adobe Connect.

Workshops include an introduction to research at UNL; strategies for working with the Offices of Sponsored Programs and Proposal Development to prepare and submit proposals; requirements for developing proposal budgets; aspects of the responsible conduct of research and procedures for administering awards.

Elective session topics include: preparing Personnel Activity Reports, creating data management plans, exporting control policies at UNL, managing contracts and using and FastLane to submit proposals electronically.

In addition, several short, narrated e-modules addressing a variety of research administration topics are available in the NURAMP e-Learning Library. The e-modules can stand alone but are most effective when viewed in conjunction with participation in the NURAMP workshop series.

NURAMP is a comprehensive education program focusing on research administration management sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

A complete schedule of dates, times and locations, as well as registration information, is available at

For more information, contact Liz Banset, NURAMP coordinator, at 402-472-7003 or

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