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    Below is the table of contents for GrantWeek from the Grants Resource Center. To access content, as well as archived issues, log in here with the following credentials, or click on a link below and log in:

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    GrantWeek
    GRC GrantWeek is a weekly electronic news magazine that analyzes federal legislation, agency policies and challenges, and best practices in research administration with much of the information gathered on the ground in Washington.

    August 21, 2017

    Updates to OMB’s FAQ on Uniform Guidance

    The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) recently updated the list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) for its Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (also referred to as Uniform Guidance).

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    NSF Releases New Edition of the Proposal & Award Policy Newsletter

    The National Science Foundation has just released the third edition of the quarterly Proposal & Award Policy Newsletter. This publication is a new effort by the Division of Institution and Award Support Contacts to better interact with applicant organizations and provide clarification and updates on NSF policy.

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    AASCU’s Innovation and Excellence Awards

    On August 15, 2017, AASCU announced the winners of its 4th Annual Excellence and Innovation Awards competition, which acknowledges AASCU member institutions that demonstrate high levels execution and creative approaches related to student success, regional and economic development, international education, teacher education, and leadership development and diversity.

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    NEH Funding to Connect the Humanities and Other Fields

    The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is again offering its Humanities Connections program as a way for colleges and universities to link humanities curricula with other fields such as engineering, health, or business.

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    NIH Clarifies the Human Research Classification

    Recent inquiries about human subject research have led to the National Institute of Health (NIH) to further define clinical trials involving human participants.

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    Editor: Richard Wellons
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