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Training & Workshops

UPCOMING TRAINING


We can customize training for your particular needs.  If you are interested in receiving training in your area or have ideas for future sessions, please contact Jennifer M. Hutson at 843.792.2696 or at hutsonj@musc.edu 


Accounting 101 - Module II -  Office of Grants and Contracts Accounting and Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Overview:
The next training date for Module II will be posted when the 2013 schedule is determined. MUSC financial and administrative support personnel are responsible for a variety of accounting and financial responsibilities. Accounting 101 is designed to introduce administrators to ‘need to know’ information regarding these duties; as well as, basic accounting information. Representatives from MUSC’s Finance Division will offer this training in a 9-hour certificate program that focuses on daily, monthly and year-end job responsibilities of administrative and financial support staff at MUSC. Our section is Module II.  PLEASE REGISTER FOR ALL THREE MODULES THROUGH HUMAN RESOURCES at http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/vpfa/finance/training/index.htm 

 

National Council of Research Administrators: NCURATV Broadcasts:

Broadcast 3:

Topic: Export Controls and Other Security Concerns
Date: Thursday December 6, 2012
Time: 9:00 am (122 minutes run time)
Location: The College of Health Professions Building A Room 207

Target Audience: Departmental, Pre-Award, Research Compliance Administrators, Faculty
This program would cover export controls and national security concerns applicable to research at those universities that may not have a skilled or dedicated export control officer or export control compliance office. The session will address export control issues and their applicability in the everyday life of the pre-award research administrator (proposal review, award negotiations), department administrator (field research trips, foreign travel, shipments), and faculty members (conferences, meetings, sharing of data/etc). The session will also include a discussion of other national security issues (e.g., security plans, access to classified information) that may arise in contract negotiations. How to “start from the very basics” in building an internal export control management plan, training, etc. will be included.

The Obama Administration’s new export control reform initiatives and their affect on universities are be discussed. This session will not review the licensing process, as its focus will be to provide an overview of how export control and national security regulations apply to academic institutions.

Panel: Elizabeth Peloso, Director, Export Compliance, University of Pennsylvania; Lisa Mosley, Director of Research Advancement, Arizona State University; Ajay Kuntamukkala, Partner, Hogan Lovells
Moderator: Randall Draper, Director, Office of Contracts and Grants, University of Colorado at Boulder

 




TRAINING MATERIAL FROM PRIOR INFORMATION SESSIONS



Activity (Effort) Reporting:  
 Activity Reporting - This presentation is designed to give you an overview of MUSC's Online Activity Reporting System.
 Sample Activity Report and Category Definitions - This document provides a blank activity report and also the category definitions and examples.


Composite Fringe Benefits Rates: 
Composite Fringe Benefits Rates - This presentation describes MUSC's Composite Fringe Benefits Rates.

Facilities and Administrative Costs:
Facilities and Administrative Cost Rate Presentation - This presentation is designed to help you understand MUSC's   Facilities and Administrative Cost Rate.
Facilities & Administrative Costs Tutorial - A Q&A sheet issued by members of the COGR Costing Policies Committee.  It provides answers to frequently raised concerns about F&A Costs
 


Managing Sponsored Projects: 
Managing Sponsored Projects Financial Compliance -This presentation describes key risk areas and resources and tools that are available.
  
 

MUSC Financial Reporting (Money Bag Application):  
There is an online tutorial that shows how to access the MUSC Financial Reports (Money Bag Application).  It takes very little time, and is really easy to understand.  If you need help accessing the Finance Web Applications, including the Financial Reports visit the following website http://www.musc.edu/vpfa/finance/systemsprocedures/sstrain/onlinetraining.htm  then select “Accessing Financial Reports” and log in with you MNA ID and Password to take the tutorial.



Service Centers:
Service/Recharge Center Training - Overview of Recharge and Service Centers.  
Service Center Summary - Items to Remember
Service/Recharge Center Rate Calculation Form Instructions
Sample Form - Opens in Microsoft Excel.

 
 
 
 

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