A new ResearchAdmin sitelet has been launched: International Research and Global Collaborations. The sitelet is replacing the International Collaboration and Engagement page. Because the new International Collaboration and Engagement page was ever-growing, its content was synthesized and consolidated for better user experience. This sitelet contains information about working with foreign partners as well as federal agency guidelines and FAQs to assist faculty with how to provide full disclosure of all funded and unfunded collaborations and affiliations.
This is also a reminder that the Foreign Influence CITI Training Module entitled “Undue Foreign Influence: Risks and Mitigations” is available now. This training provides a high level overview of the impact and concerns foreign influence has on academia. Research Operations leadership highly recommends that you take this training and asks that you encourage your faculty to take it. Individuals who receive funds from an foreign sponsor and those applying for a J1 Visa will be required to complete the training. Training can be accessed through the CITI program at citiprogram.org. For information on how to set up an account in CITI click here.