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Research Suggests Ocean Floor Methane Release

Warmer Pacific Ocean could release millions of tons of seafloor methane

Survey of Homeless, Finds Optimism

Jordan Lewis embarked on a research project and his findings show belief for a better tomorrow

Researchers Using Physics To Improve Forecasts

Mountain hydrology experts gather research to better predict rain-on-snow flooding risks

Students Design Seattle Waterfront Public Pavilion

Summer 2015 - Pier 58 will feature a temporary event pavilion designed & built by UW architecture students

Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal awards

The Federal Office of Management and Budget has issued consolidated and revised regulations pertaining to federal awards. These regulations supersede a number of OMB Circulars, including Circular A-21, A-110 and A-133, and take effect December 26, 2014.

For more information, including Grants Information Memoranda revisions, guidance on proposal preparation, information sheets for researchers and administrators, and more visit the UW Uniform Grant Guidance webpage. The UW Uniform Guidance Team stands ready to provide assistance in any way possible. If you have questions, please contact Ted Mordhorst.

ORIS Announces Grant Runner Enhancements

The latest Grant Runner updates allow you to use Grant Runner for a wider range of opportunities.

Key updates include:

  • Availability of NIH SF424 R&R Detailed Budget and R&R Subaward Budget Forms for opportunities with funding greater than $250,000 per period.
  • ‘Copy’ previous budget periods to save time.
  • Fewer steps to complete forms.
Log in to SAGE to try out the new features.

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