FW: Webinar Training for UC LFRP CRT proposal submissions

Dear Colleagues,

Please see the message below from the UC Research Grants Program office (UCRGPO) regarding a webinar training for this year’s UC National Laboratory Fees Research Program collaborative research and training award submissions. Please note that the UCRGPO is using new software for this year’s submissions. If your PI’s are submitting to this program, we highly recommend that you attend this training.

If you should have any questions, please contact your Senior Contract and Grant Officer.

Best regards,

Nancy

Nancy Lewis
Executive Director, Sponsored Projects Administration
Office of Research
University of California, Irvine

Ph: (949) 824-2897

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From: Contract and Grant Directors List <CGDIRECTORS-L@LISTSERV.UCOP.EDU&gt; On Behalf Of Rachel Wallace
Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2021 9:36 AM
To: CGDIRECTORS-L@LISTSERV.UCOP.EDU
Subject: Webinar Training for UC LFRP CRT proposal submissions

Dear Contracts & Grants Directors, 

 

For the 2022 UC National Laboratory Fees Research Program collaborative research and training (CRT) awards, we are using the new application and database system, SmartSimple. CRTs are multi-institution proposals that include both UC campuses and UC National Laboratory partners. Each proposal must include participation from at least 3 UC campuses.

To facilitate the budget set-up and user access in the SmartSimple interface and minimize errors, we are holding a required webinar training for the applicants, campuses and national labs. Please ensure that at least one member of your campus C&G/SPO team who will be assisting faculty with their submission, and preferably any team members who may do so, attend this webinar. Principal Investigators who submit a Letter of Intent, and other project personnel identified in the LOI, will received a similar message after the Letter of Intent due date.

The virtual training will be held on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 from 10 to 11 am Pacific Time. Please register here or on our website

and direct any questions to UCRI@ucop.edu.

Best,

Rachel

Rachel A. Wallace, JD

Director, Grant Operations

Research Grants Program Office

University of California, Office of the President

510.987.9885

https://www.ucop.edu/research-grants-program/

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