Resources for grant administrators

Consortium website (screenshot)Whether you help faculty members develop grant proposals, prepare proposals for submission, or manage grants after they're awarded, the North Carolina Training Consortium (NCTC) can help you become more knowledgeable about the process and more effective and efficient in your work. The NCTC website provides context, background and explanatory information on the key areas of grant management:

  • The Framework for Research Administration: The federal regulatory environment, including financial, research integrity and practice; technology transfer; regulations relating to international research interactions; electronic research administration; contracting regulations; and regulatory compliance.
  • Project Development – The Pre-Award Stage: Types of proposals and awards, the federal peer review process, and how communications between applicant and sponsor are managed before the actual award.
  • Project Administration -- The Post-Award Stage: Award process, basic agreements, financial compliance, project support systems, project management, close-out.
  • A section on the profession of grant administration is in development.

N.C. A&T and the training consortium

The NCTC is a group of universities dedicated to training and professional development for research administrators in North Carolina.  

Click here for the consortium's Study Guide for grant administrators.

N.C. A&T is one of nine members of the consortium. The university is represented on the content team for the website by Mitzi Bond, associate vice chancellor for research administration, and Saundra Evans, assistant vice chancellor for research services and proposal development.