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How to Develop a Federal Grant Budget
Link to register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5486640380388912387?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

Provided by: Office of Minority Health Resource Center

Date and Time: August 1, 2018 / 2:00 am – 3:00 am ChST

Knowledge of how to compose a budget for a federal grant is a necessity for faculty and others who seek grant funding from the federal government.

This webinar will provide an overview of how to complete a federal grant budget for NIH sponsored research, using real examples and fielding participant inquiries. This webinar is open to all who wish to become better acquainted with the “Do’s and Don’ts” of composing a federal budget. Ms. Tonjia May of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will provide the audience with key information about the importance of the budget in grant applications through the following learning objectives:

  • Become familiar with budgetary rules in federal grants;
  • Identify the differences between a modular and detailed budget;
  • Determine when its best to use a modular budget format.


Presenter: 

Tonjia May, M.A.,CRA, Director of Budget Services and Project Management, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University


Moderator:

Tamara Henry, Senior Program Analyst, Office of Minority Health Resource Center

 
 
Human Trafficking and Faith-Based Organizations
Human Trafficking and Faith-Based Organizations

Webinar Objectives: 
  • Describe the multidisciplinary intersections specific to faith-based partnerships and outreach, and how these intersections shape our response to human trafficking.
  • Discuss how faith-based entities can mobilize and partner with community-based organizations to proactively identify and provide outreach to at-risk populations.
  • Identify successful models that have been used to coordinate and establish a Continuum of Care for individuals who have been trafficked.