AnSRS4U – Answers for You
Texas A&M Sponsored Research Services (SRS) and the Division of Research is excited to announce that we will be beginning a series of monthly informational sessions. The sessions are titled AnSRS4U – Answers for You. The goal of the sessions is to provide valuable information to our customers. The sessions will address various research administration topics and issues. Our target audience is the department and college staff that support the research enterprise but everyone is welcome to attend via Zoom.
SRS is here to provide answers to the research community and we look forward to your participation in these informational sessions as we work together as a team to support the research enterprise.
If you have any questions regarding these sessions or would like to be added to our listserv, please to email AnSRS4u@tamu.edu.
Do you have questions about project payroll?
- How does payroll get charged to my sponsored project?
- What is the process for payroll corrections?
- If my project is subject to a salary cap, how does that affect payroll?
If you have had these or other questions about payroll, you will want to attend the next AnSRS4U presentation on February 23, 2021 at 10:00am.
Questions are encouraged. If you have questions that you would like to have addressed, please email them ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will need to register in advance for this presentation via Zoom: https://tamu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAvfuqtqzMtHt3pU_i9QPo7VmuZ2wz9iFma
We will record the presentation and it will be available at a later time.
SRS looks forward to your participation
This session focuses on the research compliance areas of human subjects, animal research and biohazards and the process to receive approval to begin the research. Presented by Deanna Hawley and Shelly Grassinger (SRS Post Award Administrators), Andi Mitchell (Director Animal Welfare Office), Aliese Seawright (Director Human Subjects Research Protection Program), and Christine McFarland (Executive Director Biological Safety Office).
Maestro is a web browser-based application that is designed to support researchers and research administration across The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS). This session will present information on how to better utilize the features of MAESTRO to successfully manage sponsored proposals and projects. Leonarda Horvat, Director Research Information Systems, and Tye Rougas, Assistant Director, will be the presenters.