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Klarich and Blanco ICRG project 2008
Crew working on 2008 ICRG Project Dr. Elizabeth A Klarich Cotsen Inst (UCLA), Santa Monica, CA; and Luis Flores Blanco, Puno, Peru – 2008 ICRG project awarded to Eliz. Klarich and Luis Flores Blanco to aid collaborative research on "Evaluating Early Urbanism at Pukara, Peru"
Upon conclusion of the research phase funded by the Wenner-Gren Foundation, the primary grantee must submit on behalf of the co-grantee and all other principal investigators the following reports.  It is not necessary to have completed the entire research project. Reports should be e-mailed as attachments to Programs Administrator, Mark Ropelewski at mropelewski(at)

The grantee will be notified when the grant is complete.  If a notification of completion is not received, the grantee should contact the Foundation to check on the status. Please be sure to update all contact information (mailing address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail address, etc.) when Final Reports are sent.  Please note: all reports must be submitted in file formats compatible with Microsoft Office 2010. If you have any questions regarding these reports, please contact Programs Administrator, Mark Ropelewski at mropelewski(at)

For International Collaborative Research and Post PhD  Research Grants:

  1. Final Report, maximum 1500 words, or three pages, summarizing the research phase supported by Wenner-Gren and findings to date.  Please discuss the way your research findings to date help answer your research question; also indicate the evidence you collected and the way it leads to your research findings.  The final report may be single or double-spaced.  Your name, address and grant number must appear on the first page.
  2. Abstract or summary of the final report for publication on the Foundation’s website, no more than 200 words, and should be written in a style that is clearly understandable to a nonspecialist.  The Abstract should not be written in the first person and should summarize only the research undertaken during this grant.
  3. Financial Accounting of all funds provided by the Wenner-Gren Foundation.  Please account only for funds received from Wenner-Gren.  The format for the financial accounting should be similar to that used in the approved budget request, itemizing actual expenditures and showing how figures were calculated.  Significant changes from original request should have been approved by the Foundation in advance.  If prior approval was not obtained, changes must be fully explained at this time.  Please note that the grantee may be required to reimburse the Foundation for unauthorized expenditures.  In addition, unexpended grant funds must be returned to the Foundation upon completion of the project phase.  Receipts should not be sent, but it is recommended that the grantee retain all receipts for personal financial records.

Equipment:  If any item of equipment purchased with grant funds at an original cost in excess of $750 still has monetary value, the resale value must be returned to the Foundation; or, upon approval by the Foundation, such equipment may be donated to an educational or research institution preferably in the country where the research was carried out. Please include information regarding the disposition of equipment with the Financial Accounting and/or include a check or money order for resale value, if applicable.  If equipment is donated, the Foundation must receive a letter from the institution acknowledging receipt of the equipment.

Institutional Accountings:  Grantees who elected to have payment made and administered through their institutions are responsible for verifying that the accounting is accurate and that the categories and amounts conform to the original budget request.  If the accounting is acceptable, the grantee should sign it to indicate his/her approval.  If it is not, the grantee must prepare a separate accounting as described above.