Getting politicians and scientists on the same page with respect to policy creation is increasing in importance.
The Office of Research Administration is proud to announce the launch of its Seminar Series. These bi-monthly presentations will focus on myriad topics relating to the administration of sponsored projects, with presenters coming from both inside and outside of JHU.
The adage may be cliché, but it remains true: Communication is key. In this week’s NCURA YouTube Tuesday, Suzanne Rivera, Associate Vice President for Research at Case Western Reserve University, discusses the importance of communication among the various divisions of research administration.
No matter how wonderful your institution may be, chances are you’ll run into a situation where one of your faculty members decides to move to another university. In this week’s edition of NCURA’s YouTube Tuesday, David Lynch, Executive Director at Northwestern University, and Craig Reynolds, Associate Director at the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects at the University of Michigan, share their insight and advice regarding PI transfers.
Beginning in September 2014, the Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP) will enter Phase VI and will be accepting applications from U.S. organizations receiving federal research funding, including public and private colleges and universities receiving federal research funding (including predominantly undergraduate institutions and minority serving institutions), non-profit research and education organizations (e.g. science museums and research institutes), and hospitals who would like to participate in this next phase.
Today’s post is the seventh in a series that looks at all facets of research administration within the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
After a brief hiatus, today’s post is the sixth in a series that looks at all facets of research administration within the Bloomberg School of Public Health.