Training

OSP Overview

Grantsmanship 101

Institutional Review Board

  • For training on the initial submission to the IRBNet.org, please see: http://www.irbnetresources.org/tresources/training.html. There are two training sessions on this page both with video and .pdf components. It may be helpful to print the .pdf presentation to have on hand while watching the video. You will be asked to log-on to the site. The UDC log-on is UDC and the password is training.
      • The first training covers:
        • The log-in process
        • How to build a package for submittal
        • How to share your package with the research team
        • How to sign your package indicating it is ready for review
        • How to read Board decision documents
      • The second training covers:
        • How to update and revise project documents for resubmission
        • How to submit subsequent packages of the same application
        • How to manage continuing reviews
        • How to review messages and alerts
        • Other advanced topics
  • Training on protections for human subjects and other ethical issues

Uniform Guidance

NSF Relevant Employee Training

Responsible Conduct of Research

Time and Effort

  • Registration form
  • Link to Blackboard
    • Training content to be determined
Traning Opportunities
Grants Management Conference – July 13, 2017 | 9am – 5pm | Georgetown School of Education – Click here for additional information about conference.
GMBoK TRAINING – September 14, 2017| 8:30am – 5pm | 2001 I Street SE, WDC 20003 – Community Room Ground Floor – Registration for training is required. – This training is for District Government Employees only
Department of Defense Conference – August 30 – 31, 2017 | Oakwood University

Department of Defense

Office of the Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity (ODMEO) and the Army Materiel Command

“Taking the Pentagon to the People”

Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-Serving Institutions (HBCU/MI) Workshop

Department of Defense Conference - August 30 - 31, 2017 | Oakwood University