The following compliance education program are available for faculty researchers, staff, students, and postdoctoral fellows:
BEARCORE: Brown Ethical and Responsible Conduct of Research Education Program
As part of our effort to keep the campus community informed and educated on issues relating to research administration, the Office of Sponsored Projects offers training opportunities for staff and faculty involved in research. To register for any Sponsored Projects training listed below, please visit LearningPoint, Brown’s Professional Development System. Search 'Sponsored Research Related Training' from the homepage.
- Coeus Training
Learn how to use the University's grant management system, Coeus. Classes range from constructing proposals & creating budgets to submitting Grants.gov proposals or viewing award records
- Post-Award Training
Learn best practices in Post Award management. These sessions will cover several issues relating to the administration of a project once the award has been set up.
- Pre-Award Training
Learn best practices for Pre-Award management. These sessions will cover issues relating to preparation of proposals, budgets, negotiation of terms and conditions of awards, issuance of subcontracts and other actions required during the life cycle of an award.
- What You Need to Know about the CITI Program
- Brown University CITI Program Frequently Asked Questions
The Research Protections Office offers this course to guide Brown University faculty, students and staff through the process of working with the IACUC to conduct research with animals. Topics covered will include an overview of the laws, regulations, and policies that govern the IACUC as well as an overview of the Brown University IACUC. Register for courses on training.brown.edu.
Environmental Health & Safety