Awards files now available via TRAQ Researcher Portal
In January 2014, Queen’s launched a new Awards (Grants & Contracts) module within the Researcher Portal. This will replace the legacy electronic award application system (Data Summary and Signature System – commonly referred to as DSS). Existing approved files have been migrated and are now visible to researchers by visiting the Researcher Portal.
What is the current status of all phases?
TRAQ's Researcher Portal
Now available through your MyQueensU Portal
Log into MyQueensu/SOLUS from http://www.queensu.ca and scroll down to the bottom of the page. We’re listed on the right hand side. When you click on our link you go directly to the Researcher Portal! The link in MyQueensU portal is available to anyone that can sign in with a NetID and password.
Memo to Biohazard Permit holders
Training & Support available
We are transitioning to an online Biohazard Permit application process through the Tools for Research at Queen’s (TRAQ) system. This is designed to be an administrative improvement on the current paper-based system. There are many types of training support for the system provided by the TRAQ Team and these are described below.
Planned Upgrade Thursday, January 9, 2014
The TRAQ system will be down all day on Thursday, January 9th for a planned upgrade of our Researcher Portal to the latest version of Process Pathways ROMEO software.
This upgrade is in preparation to make the Awards module visible to our research community. Researchers will be able to see their existing files during the training and transition period. Researchers are asked to use the DSS form until the transition period ends in March 2014.
HSREB/GREB Training session
Space is limited to 20 people per session. The monthly workshops will take place in the Conference Room in the Office of Research Services, Fleming Hall/Jemmett Wing, 3rd floor
The TRAQ Team Has Relocated!
Still part of University Research Services, the TRAQ team has relocated to the 2nd floor of Fleming Hall/Jemmett Wing.
Our team of 7 are now all together: Jennifer Clark, Tom Herra, Ingrid Gagnon, Bill Dean, Andrew Beckett, Pat Ambrose and Traci Allen.
As we settle in we will continue to maintain our objectives of:
TRAQ Human Ethics New Training Video
The TRAQ team just posted a new training video "Selecting Unit REB Affiliation when Submitting GREB Application". This training video is intended for researchers who are completing the GREB application and who are appointed or cross-appointed with the following departments/schools: Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, Geography, Global Development Studies, Music, Policy Studies, Political Studies, Psychology, Sociology, School of Business, School of Kinesiology, School of Urban and Regional Planning, or the Faculty of Education.
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