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InfoEd Grants Management Software System

Important: All sponsored project proposals and clinical trial projects must be entered into InfoEd and routed for internal approvals via InfoEd.

To manage grant activities at the investigator and sponsored projects levels, the University of Nevada, Reno utilizes electronic grants management system, InfoEd, which supports the following grant-related functions:

  • Finding funding opportunities
  • Proposal development
  • Internal proposal approval routing
  • Proposal tracking
  • Proposal reporting

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Becoming an InfoEd User

University personnel who are interested in using InfoEd must first complete appropriate user training. For further information about training opportunities, please contact InfoEd administrator, Erika Waday.

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InfoEd User Support

Please contact your assigned pre-award administrator for technical support. If you are unsure of who your assigned pre-award administrator is, please refer to the Office of Sponsored Projects Contacts page.

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InfoEd Training

In-person and online training for InfoEd is available. Below are the different types of InfoEd training available.

  • Proposal Development Training: Proposal development training is geared towards faculty and staff members who prepare UNR grant proposals. The training covers the proposal preparation and internal approval routing process in InfoEd. Duration of training: two hours. For training dates, please see schedule below.
  • Proposal Approval Training: Proposal approval training is intended for UNR chairs, directors, deans and vice presidents who only provide internal approvals for their area's grant proposals. The training demonstrates how to approve a proposal in InfoEd. If a chair, director, dean or vice president also prepares their own grant proposals, the proposal development training should be taken in lieu of the proposal approval training. Duration of training: 45 minutes. Please email Erika Waday to arrange for training.
  • Department Administrator Training: Department administrator training is aimed towards those who need to obtain information from InfoEd. The training instructs users on how to locate and access information in InfoEd such as grant proposals, award documents and other grant-related information. Duration of training: 45 minutes. Please email Erika Waday to arrange for training.  
  • Clinical Trial Project Entry Training: Designed for investigators who are active in clinical trials rather than grants, this training demonstrates how to enter a clinical trial project in InfoEd and how to route the project for internal review and approval through InfoEd. Duration of training: one hour. Please email Erika Waday to arrange for training.
  • SPIN and GENIUS Training: SPIN is InfoEd's searchable funding opportunity database, and GENIUS is the InfoEd user profile area where users can store their biographical information. In the training, attendees will learn about SPIN's functionality and how to search for funding opportunities as well as how to populate one's GENIUS profile. Duration of training: one hour. For training dates, please see schedule below.

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InfoEd Proposal Development Training Schedule

InfoEd Proposal Development (PD) training is offered during the fall and spring semester. Currently, there are no InfoEd PD trainings scheduled, but check back in a couple of months when the fall semester training schedule has been posted.

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InfoEd SPIN and GENIUS Training Schedule

Date Time Location
January 15, 2015 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Ross Hall 207
February 18, 2015 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM GoToMeeting
March 25, 2015 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Ross Hall 207
April 14, 2015 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM GoToMeeting

To register for any of the above dates, please email Erika Waday. 

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How to Prevent InfoEd Notification Emails from Going to One's Junk Mail Folder

InfoEd notifications regarding electronic workflow action items are delivered via email. To prevent InfoEd notification emails from going into one's junk mail folder, please view the instructions for Outlook on how to prevent InfoEd notification emails from going to the junk mail folder.

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