Regulations and Compliance
Salem State University Research Compliance
OMB Circular A-21, Cost Principles for Educational Institutions
OMB Circular A-133, Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations
OMB Circular A-110, Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Other Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals and Other Non-Profit Organizations
Federal export control laws refer to the export of controlled information, equipment, technology, data, and materials to foreign countries and entities. These laws and regulations are not limited to sponsored programs and research; they address all activity involving export of the above mentioned items. Violating these laws and regulations could yield civil and/or criminal penalties. To ensure your project or research is in compliance, please contact the Sponsored Projects and Research Administration Office for further information.
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) U.S. Defense Export Control Regulations
Association of American Universities (AAU) Relevant export control updates and changes
Powerpoint and related notes from recent conferences, workshops and Technical Assistance sessions.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Presentations
ESI and New Investigators
The ESI presentation created by the NIH Deputy Director clarifies who is considered a new investigator and provides information about how to expedite the transition from being a new investigator to an early stage investigator (ESI). This presentation also identifies resources and provides tips for those who are new ESI’s.
Early Stage Investigators Program Perspective
The Early Stage Investigator presentation discusses the different ESI designations as well as the different grant award types available to ESI’s.
NIH AREA (R15) Program Update
The Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) Program presentation reveals the goals of the program in addition to providing insight into the application process and strategies to compete for funding.
NIH Career Development Program Opportunities
The NIH career development presentation describes the different award levels and requirements for applicants.
Financial Conflict of Interest
In this presentation, the applicable federal regulations relating to financial conflict of interest (FCOI) are explained. The responsibilities of those involved in a research project are also further clarified.
Grant Writing for Success
Researchers interested in NIH grant opportunities are walked through the application process and strategies yielding best results.
NIH Peer Review Process
There are several important components of the peer review process. This presentation demonstrates the workings of a peer review committee including: core values, review criteria, evaluation process, scoring system, meeting procedures, etc.
Writing a Successful Career (K) Application
Writing a successful career application includes taking appropriate steps for planning and writing an application, conducting research, developing a strategy, and having an impact during the review process. This presentation outlines this process in addition to providing resources to keep up with the latest updates and trends.
National Science Foundation (NSF) Proposal Preparation Presentation
The NSF proposal presentation details the different funding opportunities and resources available. Anything one might want to know about the policies and procedures of generating a proposal for an award is outlined in this presentation.
NSF DUE Proposal Development Guide
This document provides suggestions for developing and improving education programs, as well as information about drafting proposals.