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Members
Howard Gobstein
Executive Vice President
202-478-6077
HGobstein@aplu.org  

Sarah Rovito
Assistant Director, Research Policy
202-478-6065
srovito@aplu.org

Mary Leskosky
Staff Assistant
202-478-6067
mleskosky@aplu.org

CoR 2016 Meetings

Presentations from 2016 CoR meetings can be found below. Please click each title to view the presentation.

November 13 – November 15, 2016
JW Marriott  in Austin, TX
 

2016 CoR Meeting at the APLU Annual Meeting

COR Session I: NSB Science and Engineering Indicators: Utilizing a Unique Data Set to Promote Economic and Workforce Development

COR Session II: Organizing for Economic Engagement - Structural and Coordination Approaches

  • Anthony Armstrong, President and CEO, IU Research & Technology Corp., Indiana University
  • Maura Donovan, Executive Director, Office of University Economic Development, University of Minnesota
  • Daniel Pullin, Vice President and Dean, College of Business, University of Oklahoma
  • Jim Rankin, Vice Provost, Research & Economic Development, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville
  • Moderator: Sharon Paynter, Associate Professor and Interim Director, Office of Public Service and Community Relations, East Carolina University

COR Session III: New Faculty Hiring Strategies to Advance Innovation

COR Session IV: Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Research and Education

COR Session V: The Alan Alda Center for Science Communication: What’s it all about?

  • David O. Conover, Vice President for Research and Innovation, University of Oregon
  • Laura Lindenfeld, Director and Professor, Stony Brook University, SUNY
  • Moderator: Richard J. Reeder, Vice President for Research, Stony Brook University, SUNY

COR Session VI: Leadership Development for a More Diverse and Capable Leadership Pool

 

2016 CoR Summer Meeting

August 1 – August 3, 2016
Waterfront Place Hotel, 2 Waterfront Place, Morgantown, WV
 

Click here to download the 2016 CoR Summer Meeting agenda.

Click here to download to the pre-conference New and Future VPR Workshop agenda.
 

Workshop presentation

Unpacking the Position of Vice President/Provost/Chancellor for Research

  • Kelvin Droegemeier, Vice President for Research at the University of Oklahoma

 

CoR Summer Meeting

On Open and Public Access: What does this mean for your university?

Laboratory Safety

Opportunities and Challenges of Federal SBIR and STTR Grant Programs at Public Universities

Making a Difference: Effective Execution of Transdisciplinary Research

  • Dan Carder, Director, Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions, West Virginia University
  • Taylor Eighmy, Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  • Chris Keane, Vice President for Research, Washington State University
  • Robert McGrath, Director, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado, Boulder  

Congressional Perspective

  • Introduction: Rob Alsop, Vice President for Legal and Governmental Affairs and Entrepreneurial Engagement, West Virginia University
  • Speaker: U.S. Representative David McKinley (R-WV)

Why Should I Care About EPSCoR/IDeA?

  • Kelvin Droegemeier, Vice President for Research at the University of Oklahoma, Past Vice Chair of the National Science Board
  • Fred King, Vice President for Research, West Virginia University
  • Tom Quinn, Associate Vice President, Van Scoyoc Associates, Member of the EPSCoR/IDeA Foundation
  • David Shaw – Vice President for Research & Economic Development, Mississippi State University, Member of APLU CoR Executive Committee, Member of EPSCoR/IDeA Coalition Board
  • Moderator: Eric King, Director of Federal Relations, University of Kentucky

Catalyzing Industry-University Engagement with Third Party Support

  • Anthony Boccanfuso, President, University Industry Demonstration Partnership
  • Lee Ellen Drechsler, Director, Corporate Research & Development, The Procter & Gamble Company
  • Caroline Whitacre, Vice President for Research, The Ohio State University
  • Moderator: Steve Beckham, Director of Federal Relations, University of South Carolina

Research Integrity: Best Practices

  • Kathryn Partin, Director, Office of Research Integrity, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Jim Rankin, Vice Provost for Research and Economic Development, University of Arkansas
  • David Shaw, Vice President for Research and Economic Development, Mississippi State University
  • Kalliat Valsaraj, Vice Chancellor of Research and Economic Development, Louisiana State University

Capitalizing on Regulatory Reform to Reduce Administrative Burden

  • Anthony DeCrappeo, President, Council on Governmental Relations
  • Jeremy Forsberg, Assistant Vice President for Research, University of Texas, Arlington
  • Lisa Mosley, Assistant Vice President of Research Operations, Arizona State University
  • David Ngo, Assistant Vice President of Sponsored Programs Administration, University of Texas Southwestern