If you're interested in learning more about NSF (the National Science Foundation), you may be interested in viewing the Fall 2016 NSF Grants Conference Webcast, available here in YouTube video form. The webcast includes an overview of NSF, types of NSF funding opportunities, proposal preparation, award management, and much more.
You may have been following news of the 21st Century Cures Act, a landmark piece of legislation with provisions for healthcare, medicine, and research. Republican and Democratic lawmakers supported this bill through its development and eventual passage, and yesterday, President Obama signed the bill into law. Read more about The 21st Century Cures Act, and Perspectives from NIH
Starting on Monday, December 19th, GMAS users will be able to submit GL budgets through GMAS. If you have never submitted a budget to the GL, you’re probably asking yourself, “why should I bother with GL budgets”. Well, here are some great reasons why:
Having a GL budget
Assists with the increased requirements from sponsors to report budget to expenditure variances
Helps to proactively manage/identify the need for re-budget requests to sponsors
Are you a current Harvard employee with up to 3 years' experience in research administration or a related field, and would you like to learn more about sponsored projects administration at Harvard? If so, you may want to apply for our Spring 2017 REACH Foundations Program.
The GMAS homepage will be upgraded to the new look and feel effective with the upcoming December 16th release. While the screen is the same for the most part, there are some minor changes. These changes include: Read more about The new GMAS homepage