Educational Offerings

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The Research Administration Hub Educational Offerings are open to all in the MIT research administration community and those exploring a career in research administration.

Topics in Research Administration - educational offerings featuring high level topics including compliance, policies, practice and emerging trends.

Research Administration Practices (RAP) – targeted, skills-based educational offerings in a class/workshop style that includes participation from departmental administrators, RAS, VPF and VPR as subject matter experts.

Essentials in Research Administration – educational offerings to develop an understanding of the principles, olicies and associated processes that form the foundation for research administration at MIT.

NCURA Life Cycle of the Award Series – The NCURA Life Cycle of the Award webinar series is an excellent self-paced learning resource produced by the National Council of University Research Administrators. Through its license with NCURA, MIT is pleased to make this five-part series available to members of the MIT Research Administration community free of charge. Access to the video webinars requires authentication through MIT Touchstone. Users may complete all or part of the series at their own pace.

NCURA Virtual Workshops and Webinars – The National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) is focused on advancing the profession of research administration through education, knowledge sharing, and the fostering of a collegial and respected global community. MIT is pleased to offer access to previously recorded NCURA virtual Workshops and Webinars for our research administration community.  Topics vary and are updated periodically.

Tool Time Sessions - DLC Research Administrators showcased and shared the tools and resources they have developed and use to complete their day to day tasks.

Presentations from Past Events – direct link to all past presentations.

Quick Guide for PIs – Guidance for Investigators in managing their research, including summary of the PI’s key responsibilities, brief explanation of topics, and links to resources with additional information

Atlas Learning Center – MIT’s registration system for the above educational offerings and other classes and presentations