Training at Stevens
The University acceptance of federal funds requires training for certain specific programs, research-related issues that manifest themselves through public policy and the Federal Government’s desire to protect sensitive technology from export abroad. Most of the university’s required training is managed through CITI (Collaborative Institutional Training Initiatives). CITI is a widely used subscription service developed by a joint initiative between the University of Miami and NIH that focuses on the development and delivery of research-related training relevant to university sponsored research.
The following programs are required at Stevens and are accessed through CITI. If you are new to CITI, log on at “New Users – Create Account.” You’ll need to provide all required registration information which will include identification of your university organization affiliation as Stevens Institute of Technology. At that point you can access whichever module you need. There is a quiz associated with all required training.:
- Human Subjects
- Animal Use in Research
- Export Controls
- RCR Mentoring
OTHER UNIVERSITY TRAINING
The Office of Sponsored Programs, often in conjunction with the Office of Sponsored Accounting, also provides scheduled training to the campus as well as residing previously delivered training at this website. The training schedule for summer of 2015 is currently being identified and will be posted at this site in the near future.
Previously developed and delivered training is being reviewed to reflect new “Uniform Guidance” references rather than Circular A-21, A-110 and A-133. These will be posted when complete.