Vicki Nichol will be leaving CU Boulder effective December 8 for a new opportunity as the deputy CFO for the Colorado School of Mines. CFO Todd Haggerty has named Sheri Valashinas interim controller and plans to launch a search for the position in January.
Working with the Office of Information Technology and the Office of Integrity, Safety and Compliance, the Campus Controller’s Office has put together a list of frequently asked questions to provide you with clear answers on gift definitions, meal timing, and avoiding impropriety.
In response to stakeholder feedback and with a working group committee, the Campus Controller's Office has implemented measures to improve transparency and reporting surrounding departmental administration indirect cost recovery.
Dec. 4-7: This conference is designed to give new faculty, researchers and administrators key insights into a wide range of current issues at NSF. Staff will provide up-to-date information about policies and procedures, specific funding opportunities and answer attendee questions.
Dec. 19: In this session, we'll delve into the intriguing world of conflicts of interest in purchasing. Discover how these conflicts can impact the purchasing process and equip yourself with essential tools and strategies to navigate them effectively.
This training series is ideal for staff who are new to the financial aspects of research administration at CU Boulder. Experienced staff will also find the suite to be useful as a refresher. With so much information packed into the course, there’s something new for everyone!
New to research administration? Elevate your expertise with CU Boulder's DRA Cohort Program, offering tailored training and peer support. Apply to join the next cohort, beginning in January 2024.
Editor's Note: Dive into the enchanting winter wonderland and let the festive spirit wash over you! We hope you have a delightful winter break filled with relaxation, adventure and heartwarming connections. Stay tuned for our next newsletter on Monday, January 8.