Welcome to NCURAKay Ellis, MHRAssociate Director, Export Controls OfficerThe University of Texas at AustinNCURA Region V ChairTara BishopAssociate Executive Director NCURA National Office
NCURA Facts NCURA began in 1959 with 45 members and one Annual Meeting a year Today NCURA has over 6,800 individual members from over 800 colleges, universities, teaching hospitals, and non-profit research institutes
NCURA Mission NCURA serves its members and advances the field of research administration through education and professional development programs, the sharing of knowledge and experience, and by fostering a professional, collegial, and respected community.
Core Values Integrity Commitment to excellence Open to all points of view Inclusive Collegial/sharing
NCURA’s Cornerstones Sharing Knowledge Fostering Community Networking
NCURA 3-5 Year Goals GOAL A: NCURA will be the leader in professional development, knowledge exchange, and individual development for research administration. GOAL B: NCURA will be the leading information source for the research administration community. GOAL C: NCURA will have sufficient financial resources and infrastructure to meet its strategic objectives and be able to respond quickly and creatively to opportunities. GOAL D: Research administration will be a respected and valued profession within the research community.
NCURA Benefits • Online Membership Directory -Access to colleagues around the country -Collegial peers facing similar challenges to you • Peer Review Program-Enhance your sponsored programs operation
NCURA Benefits Career Center -Your Career Center is a comprehensive online resource to help you achieve career success in Research Administration. Job Seekers -The NCURA Career Center is free to all NCURA member job seekers and provides access to the best employers and jobs in Research Administration. Employers -Quick and Easy Job posting -Quality Candidates -Simple Pricing Option
NCURA Regions NCURA is comprised of seven (7) regions, based upon their geographical location. Region I- New England- Purple Region II- Mid-Atlantic- Red Region III- Southeastern- Blue Region IV- Mid-America- Green Region V- Southwestern- Turquoise Region VI- Western- Gold Region VII- Rocky Mountain- Terra Cotta
Profession Development - Workshops • Fundamentals of Sponsored Projects Administration • May 27-29, Chicago, IL • August 3-5, Philadelphia, PA • Financial Research Administration Conference • August 3-5, Philadelphia, PA • Sponsored Projects Administration II • May 27-29, Chicago, IL • September 14-16, New York, NY • Annual Meeting and Workshops • October 22-24, Washington, D.C.
Professional Development:Online Tutorials, Chats, Webinars • Tutorial: A Primer on Clinical Trials – 7 weeks • May 4, June 1, July 6, August 3 • Tutorial: A Primer on Federal Contracting – 8 weeks • May 4, June 1, July 6, August 3 • Online Chat: Education & Training, May 20 • Online Chat: Integrating Pre & Post Award, June 17 • Online Chat: Hot Topics in Export Controls, September 23 • Webinar: The Essentials of Export Controls (can order CD-ROM) • Webinar: Best of FRA X Conference Encore, coming soon
2009 NCURA TV Offerings Audits and the Audit Process – Jan 13 Cost Sharing: Why No Good Deed Goes Unpunished – March 10 F&A Rates for the Non-AccountantJune 9 Subrecipient Monitoring – September 15
NCURA Publications: Magazine Published 5 times/year Available online Includes Articles for FRA, Senior Administrators, Compliance Issues, Biomed, eRA, University/Industry, Federal Updates, Tech Transfer, Regional Corner, Neighborhood Watch, Milestones Position Openings section
NCURA Publications • Micrographs • A Primer on Intellectual Property • Writing and Negotiating Sub-awards Under Federal Prime Award • Cost Sharing: An Overview • Effort Reporting: An Overview • Cost Accounting Standards • The Role of Research Administration • Facilities and Administrative Costs in Higher Education • Research Management Review-online scholarly journal
NCURA Publications Available through Atlantic Information Services: • Report on Research Compliance (hard copy & e-alerts) • Guide to Managing Federal Grants for Colleges and Universities • Sponsored Research Administration: A Guide to Effective Strategies and Recommended Practices • Regulation and Compliance: 2007 • A-21/A-110 Mini Guides • Clinical Trials Handbook
NCURA Neighborhoods FOR MORE INFO... Your Neighborhoods: www.ncura.edu/members/Neighborhoods Function and topic-based virtual communities designed to increase communication and resource-sharing among members. Compliance, Dept Admin, Electronic Rsch Admin, Financial Rsch Admin, Pre-Award, PUI, and International Six major sections to each Neighborhood: Listserv, Front page, Town Hall, Events, Library and Careers
Leadership Development Institute • Competitive Program to help develop members’ leadership skills to become tomorrow’s leaders • Advisor Program • Virtual classroom, online chats, listserv, conference calls • Up to 4 hours/month of assignments • 2 ½ day retreat • Graduation at Annual Meeting and press release sent to your institution • Your institution pays the travel costs, NCURA pays the rest of the program costs
Get Involved! National opportunities: Professional development committee Financial management committee Neighborhood Committees/Listservs Submit an article for the magazine/RMR Volunteer your time – Annual Meeting Contact NCURA Volunteer Coordinator, Myrta Stager at email@example.com
Get Involved! Regional opportunities: • Serve on a committee • Help at a regional meeting • Presenter • Moderator • Registration desk • Run for an office/exec committee • Contact Region V Volunteer Coordinator • More info on Region V website http://www.ncuraregionv.com
Your NCURA National Office National Council of University Research Administrators 1225 19th Street, N.W., Suite 850 · Washington, D.C. 20036 Phone: 202.466.3894 · Fax: 202.223.5573 · Website: www.ncura.edu E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your 5 Most Powerful Words as a Research Administrator – “I am an NCURA member” Welcome to NCURA!