I realize I am sending this at the end of the day on a Friday, so I don't expect immediate answers. And it's definitely not an emergency!
I am wondering what project categories you use in your reports. I've looked at other institutions, and we seem to have quite the variety, beyond the standards like Research, Clinical Trials, Equipment, etc.
I keep thinking about updating ours to meet current practices, but of course know that is subjective. ��
/ Pamela A. (Krauser) Vargas Director Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Southeast Missouri State University
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Just so I'm not assuming (because I know what happens when I do that) are you asking about project categories in Sponsored Projects? Thanks!
Thanks, Simon, and yes, I am referring to sponsored project categories, like research (sometimes broken down into basic research and applied research), clinical trials. Educational projects, service projects, etc.
I've asked the question in the past elsewhere, but as we work on reports again, I thought it would be good to check in with people again and see if anyone has a fresh perspective.
Thanks, Terri. It looks like they have not changed since I have been there.
And Augusta, yes, those are fairly similar to some I've used elsewhere, so that helps!
And to clarify a bit more, I'm seeing some creativity with our 'Other' category. While we ask for additional info (to see if there may be a better fit in another category), we're seeing some pretty detailed 'types.' I could imagine everyone thinking that their project/activity is unique and doesn't fit in any categories...
Hi Pam,Following are our project instrument types:GrantFellowshipContractIncoming SubgrantIncoming SubcontractCooperative AgreementMulticomponent <--this captures program projects and the like that have multiple proposals in a given competitive project segmentIndustry-Sponsored Research AgreementEffort OnlyClinical TrialAs we are a small and specialized institution the size of a university department, our needs are few. :-)cheers,
Here at UC Irvine, we use the following Project Types (which on campus we refer to as "Activity Type":- Basic Research- Applied Research- Developmental Research- Clinical Trial Research- Other Research- Fellowship- Training- Public Service- Equipment- Other Sponsored ActivityLet me know if you have any other questions!Jonathan
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