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The value of non-cash contributions that third parties provide to the project. Third parties must provide documentation to support the use of the funds as University Cost Sharing and a certification of the fair market value of the non-cash contribution provided. This is also known as “third party cost share.”

A financial assistance request (in the form of an application or progress report) or resulting award for a subsequent budget period within a previously approved project period for which a recipient does not have to compete with other applicants.

Committee appointed by the Chief Executive Officer or designee, federally mandated to oversee the institution's animal program, facilities, and procedures. IACUC review and approval is required for all PHS-supported activities involving live vertebrate animals prior to funding.

The annual compensation the University pays for activities performed (including, as applicable, research, teaching, and clinical practice) as part of an employee’s University appointment(s). Specifically includes regular salary, endowed chair or professorship stipends, and paid professional leave (sabbatical, vacation, and sick leave—not including sick leave payouts when departing from the University).

A specially constituted review body established or designated by an entity to protect the welfare of human subjects recruited to participate in biomedical or behavioral research.

All teaching and training activities (except for research training) sponsored by federal and non-federal agencies or other entities, whether such activities are offered for credit toward a degree or certificate or on a non-credit basis, and whether they are offered through regular academic departments or separate divisions, such as a summer school division or an extension division.

Creative works or ideas embodied in a form that can be shared or can enable others to recreate, emulate, or manufacture them and are protected by state and federal laws governing inventions, patents, trademarks, unfair competition, copyrights, trade secrets, data and technical data, the right of publicity, and new plant varieties.