The Research Administration Educational Offerings are open to all in the MIT research administration community and those exploring a career in research administration. You can learn at your own pace with self-study webinars. MIT authentication is required to register for and join online trainings.
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In this dynamic session, join us as we delve into the exciting realm of remote work and discover the keys to unlocking its full potential. As the modern workforce evolves, effective onboarding and seamless collaboration have become vital for success in the virtual age. Whether you're a leader navigating the challenges of remote teams or an employee transitioning to a remote work environment, this session is designed to equip you with the strategies and tools needed to thrive.
Discover best practices for remote team collaboration, including effective communication channels, virtual meetings, and trust-building techniques. By the end of this session, you will be equipped with practical strategies and insights to transform your remote work experience, drive productivity, and build a resilient and thriving remote team culture. Join us on this transformative journey as we unlock the potential of remote work and empower individuals and organizations to thrive in the new era of work.
Registration is not required, please join us December 7, 2023 via Zoom: https://mit.zoom.us/j/92828869135
Modular budget format is used for NIH applications such as R01, that limit requests to $250,000 in direct costs per period (in modules of $25,000, less consortium F&A). Create a Detailed Budget with a Subaward and use KC to calculate the number of modules. This class will build upon knowledge and skills practiced in the pre-requisite web courses.
Pre-requisite Courses: (Please complete them in this order prior to registration.)
The RAS Subawards Team manages the negotiation and processing of subawards to other research organizations under MIT’s sponsored research agreements. During this session, the Subawards Team will provide essential guidance for the post-award stage including:
- DLCI requisition for a new subaward, process and requirements
- Subrecipient evaluation and performance monitoring
- Subaward Closeout, timetable, final reports and invoice
- ... and more!