COVID-19 and UF Research
The Research Administration Portal contains many pages of information, resources, and hyperlinks to other websites. We have written some tips and tricks to help you navigate RAP so you can quickly find the information you need.
Looking for a UF Research Administrator? Use our handy directory to search by Name (full or partial), Department, or Job Title.
Do you have a question, comment, suggestion, or news you’d like to share? We want to hear from you!
We develop and collect RA resources and group them into workflow-specific toolkits. Toolkits include forms, checklists, and links to guidance that help you manage your research portfolio.
A research project follows a linear lifecycle that can include finding funding, developing and submitting proposals, negotiating agreements, and other steps needed to successfully implement the award or contract.
Confused by a research term or acronym? We have collected over 800 of them and listed them in a searchable table.
Need to confirm an F&A IDC rate? Use our SUPER QUICK F&A look-up table!
The RAP taskforce has gathered and/or created resources for UF departments looking to recruit, hire, train, and manage excellent Research Administrators. The RA Recruitment & Management toolkit includes including sample postition descritions, interview questions, evaluation information, etc.
Looking for a Research Office, Center, or Core? We searched the UF internet and complied a list of UF Research Offices/Centers/Cores at the University, College, and even Department levels.
Researchers can now see a Research Projects card that provides a snapshot of all their currently funded projects
UF departments and researchers can purchase PPE for their research teams and research labs through UF Procurement Services. Ordering…
NSF’s Directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO) will soon require the use of Research.gov for proposal submissions with no deadlines, and will no…
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This workshop will focus on visual representations of data using Excel, including data dimensions definitions, conditional formatting, graphing & charting, and pivot tables. It is recommended (but not required) that attendees are familiar with the content provided in the Excel Tips & Tricks – Part 1 session. Review video here: https://mediasite.video.ufl.edu/Mediasite/Play/296d955f89b6418f8a9f93831e61fbee1d