Tutorial/Training

Human Subjects Training

Human Subjects Research
2017 Annual Training
June 6, 1:30 - 3:00 pm
FL2-1001

Are you undertaking research that involves human subjects?  Do you need a refresher on the federal human subject research regulations?

Attend the annual training to learn about the federal regulations and how the institutional review board, known as the UCAR Human Subjects Committee (HSC), works at UCAR.

For questions, please contact: Kelly Coleman, ext: 8870

Contracts Lunch and Learn Session - Closeout Process and Requirements

Contracts invites all interested staff to attend the Lunch and Learn session being held Thursday, May 11th.  Please feel free to bring your lunch. 

Topic:  Closeout Process and Requirements 

Synopsis: We will be discussing the process to closeout awards received from sponsors, including related actions that labs/programs may be asked to take.

Time:  Noon – 1:00 pm
Location:  CG1-2607

Sci-Tech Matchup 3 -- Free EarthCube Webinar

Join EarthCube TODAY, Wednesday, April 5th, for a free webinar of ready-to-use (or nearly ready-to-use) EarthCube tools. This effort is part of a fresh focus by the Science Committee to help scientists find the tools they need to minimize time-to-science and maximize their research efforts.

SCI Matchup 3 will include:

Contracts Lunch and Learn Session Today

Contracts invites all interested staff to attend the lunch and learn session being held today, March 8.  If you have specific questions that you would like addressed during the session, please either feel free to ask them during the session or e-mail them in advance to Christy Zwingle at czwingle@ucar.edu.

Topic:  Export Evaluations at Proposal Stage

GIS Tutorial - March 3

We are offering an Introductory GIS Course on Friday March 3 from 9-5 in the FL2-1024
 
This course is geared towards those who have little to no GIS experience. Below is the course agenda.
 
Exercise 1 - Exploring ArcMap and ArcCatalog  
Use Case - Tornado tracks
  • Opening and Exploring ArcMap
  • Adding Data to ArcMap
  • Working with Attribute Data in ArcMap
  • Navigating and Using ArcCatalog

Exercise 2 - Exploring Spatial Data
Use Case - 2012 drought in Texas

Lunch and Learn on Monday

Contracts invites all interested staff to attend the lunch and learn session being held on Monday, February 13th.  Please feel free to bring your lunch.  

Topic:  Contract Types

Synopsis:  This session will provide guidance on the various types of contracts that the Procurement staff issue.  If you would like more information about this topic, please plan to attend.

Time:  Noon – 1:00 pm

Location:  FL1 2133

SciQuest eProcurement & Accounts Payable Introduction Session

Don't worry if you missed Tuesday's SciQuest introduction, there is one more  today - Thursday, January 26th CG1 Center Auditorium 1-2 pm

Learn more about how SciQuest provides:

  • online catalog shopping
  • a user-friendly sourcing (RFP) module,
  • powerful spend analytics,
  • comprehensive contract management, and
  • efficient accounts payable solutions.

You'll also get the chance to summon your creative genius and enter our contest to brand our new online eProcurement marketplace!  

Introduction to our New SciQuest eProcurement & Accounts Payable System

Come to the SciQuest eProcurement & Accounts Payable Introduction Session that fits your schedule best!

Today, Tuesday, January 24th  ML Main Seminar Room 1-2 pm or Thursday, January 26th CG1 Center Auditorium 1-2 pm

Learn more about how SciQuest provides:

Beyond P-Values Course: Regression Analysis

CISL is excited to announce the third course coordinated by The Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences (IMAGe) in the Beyond P-values series.

Introduction to Cheyenne

The CISL User Services Section will present an in-person and online tutorial at 2 p.m. Thursday, January 12, at the Foothills Lab to help users prepare to work with the new Cheyenne HPC system. The 60- to 90-minute tutorial will cover typical workflows in the Cheyenne environment as well as performance and operational differences between the Yellowstone and Cheyenne systems.

Topics to be covered include:

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