Welcome to NCURA Kay Ellis, MHR Associate Director, Export Controls Officer The University of Texas at Austin NCURA Region V Chair Tara Bishop Associate Executive Director NCURA National Office NCURA Facts NCURA began in 1959 with 45 members and one Annual Meeting a year
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Welcome to NCURAKay Ellis, MHRAssociate Director, Export Controls OfficerThe University of Texas at AustinNCURA Region V ChairTara BishopAssociate Executive Director NCURA National Office
NCURA began in 1959 with 45 members and one Annual Meeting a year
Today NCURA has over 6,800 individual members from over 800 colleges, universities, teaching hospitals, and non-profit research institutes
NCURA serves its members and advances the field of research administration through education and professional development programs, the sharing of knowledge and experience, and by fostering a professional, collegial, and respected community.
Commitment to excellence
Open to all points of view
GOAL A: NCURA will be the leader in professional development, knowledge exchange, and individual development for research administration.
GOAL B: NCURA will be the leading information source for the research administration community.
GOAL C: NCURA will have sufficient financial resources and infrastructure to meet its strategic objectives and be able to respond quickly and creatively to opportunities.
GOAL D: Research administration will be a respected and valued profession within the research community.
-Access to colleagues around the country
-Collegial peers facing similar challenges to you
-Your Career Center is a comprehensive online resource to help you achieve career success in Research Administration.
-The NCURA Career Center is free to all NCURA member job seekers and provides access to the best employers and jobs in Research Administration.
-Quick and Easy Job posting
-Simple Pricing Option
NCURA is comprised of seven (7) regions, based upon their geographical location.
Region I- New England- Purple
Region II- Mid-Atlantic- Red
Region III- Southeastern- Blue
Region IV- Mid-America- Green
Region V- Southwestern- Turquoise
Region VI- Western- Gold
Region VII- Rocky Mountain- Terra Cotta
Audits and the Audit Process – Jan 13
Cost Sharing: Why No Good Deed Goes Unpunished – March 10
F&A Rates for the Non-AccountantJune 9
Subrecipient Monitoring – September 15
Published 5 times/year
Includes Articles for FRA, Senior Administrators, Compliance Issues, Biomed, eRA, University/Industry, Federal Updates, Tech Transfer, Regional Corner, Neighborhood Watch, Milestones
Position Openings section
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Your Neighborhoods: www.ncura.edu/members/Neighborhoods
Function and topic-based virtual communities designed to increase communication and resource-sharing among members.
Compliance, Dept Admin, Electronic Rsch Admin, Financial Rsch Admin, Pre-Award, PUI, and International
Six major sections to each Neighborhood: Listserv, Front page, Town Hall, Events, Library and Careers
Professional development committee
Financial management committee
Submit an article for the magazine/RMR
Volunteer your time – Annual Meeting
Contact NCURA Volunteer Coordinator, Myrta Stager at firstname.lastname@example.org
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