Course Offerings

Online/Prerequisite Courses

The online modules are a convenient, easy to use reference for obtaining necessary regulatory information. Completion of the Introduction to Research Administration and the Uniform Guidance modules is a requirement for RAE Certification.
Online Module Launch Description
Introduction to Research Administration at Emory Tools and processes for the research administration community at Emory.
Uniform Guidance Introduction to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), 2 CFR Part 200.  2 CFR Part 200 provides the administrative requirements and cost principles for the administration of grants and agreements with higher education institutions, hospitals, and non-profit organizations.
Service Centers/Recharge Centers Explains Service/Recharge Centers within both the larger federal context, and the specific application at Emory.
Effort Reporting Designed for faculty, this module explains effort, effort reporting and effort certification at Emory.
Cayuse 424 Designed for faculty, this module explains cayuse and it's use at Emory.

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Research (RAE) Foundational Class

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Course Description

Who Should Take this Course?
RAE Foundation Class (ELMS: 236180) This three-day Research Administration at Emory (RAE) foundation class covers pre- and post- award support at Emory.

Take this course if you are a staff in any role, seeking to understand the elements of proposal development and grant management. Prior to attending the course you must complete and bring to class a copy of your score from the following online courses.

  • Introduction to Research Administration
  • Uniform Guidance

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Proposal Development

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Course Description

Who Should Take this Course?

Finding Funding (ELMS: 236050)

Identifying appropriate funding is a large part of the proposal process. This course provides resources and approaches for successful funding searches.

Take this course if you have responsibility for seeking out research funding opportunities.

Grants: Building Budgets and Using the Detail Budget Pages (ELMS: 236030)

There are common budget elements in all proposals and sponsor guidelines that must be followed. This course provides a high-level approach to building proposal budgets, within the framework of sponsor guidelines.

Take this course if you will submit proposals for sponsorship.

Emory Proposal Express - EPEX (ELMS: 236000)

This course instructs learners on how to use the Emory Proposal Express (EPEX) Routing System. EPEX enables the electronic routing of extramurally funded grant/contract proposals requiring institutional endorsement.

Take this course if you need access to route proposal using EPEX. Successful completion of training is required prior to gaining access.

Cayuse (ELMS: 236020)

This course instructs learners on the Cayuse proposal submission system, required for the electronic submission of proposals to Grants.gov.

Take this course if you need acct to route proposal to Grants.gov.

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Subcontracts & Subrecipient Monitoring

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Course Description

Who Should Take this Course?

Subcontracts & Subrecipient Monitoring (ELMS: 236100)

This course covers how to properly monitor incoming and outgoing subawards/subcontracts and subrecipients.

Take this course if you are responsible for monitoring subawards/subcontracts, and subreceipients.

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Industry & Federal Contracts

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Course Description

Who Should Take this Course?

Management and Issues Related to Industry and Federal Contracts (ELMS: 236070)

Contracting for extramural research is distinct from the grants process. This course focuses on standard clauses, templates and other topics unique to contracts.

Take this course to if you are responsible for monitoring expenditures for contract awards.

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Effort Reporting

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Course Description

Who Should Take this Course?

Effort Reporting (ELMS: 236010)

This class provides guidance on why effort reporting is necessary, and how to appropriately certify effort in the Emory Effort Reporting System.

Take this course if you have responsibility for certifying effort in the Effort Reporting System.

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