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Navigate: Advanced Budgeting I

 
                                 Advanced Budgeting I

Dear <<First Name>>,

We hope this email finds you well! We have a key update to be announced later today to the larger research community. We are announcing the fall course for: Navigate: Advanced Budgeting I.

How You Can Help

Please help promote this courses in your units. We will announce the new course in a RAPid later today that you can share.


The Navigate: Advanced Budgeting I  course is recommended for intermediate research administrators with two (2) or more years of on-the-job experience who have been exposed to and regularly produce basic budgets for sponsored research proposals, and familiar with various appointment types included in sponsored project budgets, and familiar with how to calculate common budget elements including indirect costs and modified total direct costs (MTDC).

Attendance at all three sessions is mandatory. Completion of the course requires full submission of both budget homework assignments, with one including a budget justification.

Fall 2017 Training Schedule
Location: Wolverine Tower
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Day 1:  October 18, 2017
Day 2:  October 31, 2017
Day 3:  November 17, 2017

Apply for Advanced Budgeting I.  Applications are due on August 28, 2017!

This is an application-based course. The course design team members will evaluate readiness for participating in class discussions, budget building exercises and homework.


Thank you!

For questions on Navigate and other training initiatives, please contact the Training Team at our new address: navigate-research@umich.edu.  

All the best,

David Mulder
Training Manager
davemuld@umich.edu
Office of Research and Sponsored Projects - orsp.umich.edu
Sponsored Programs - finance.umich.edu/programs

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