For more than a century, Harvard has famously lived by the maxim "Every tub on its own bottom." But now there is a new byword at the University--collaboration--and Harvard's new website development unit, Harvard Web Publishing, is a model example.
From groundbreaking scientific discoveries to artistic efforts that inspire the world, Harvard faculty and researchers are always creating--and looking for the funding to do it.
Harvard relies on millions of dollars in federal grants each year to fund projects. Each grant requires "effort reporting," a federally-mandated process of certifying all salaries charged to federal awards. Until recently, much of the effort reporting process was paper-based and prone to error. Harvard University Information Technology (HUIT) is collaborating with other University departments in rolling out… Read more about Effort reporting for research grants moves from paper to digital