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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

Featured Project & Initiative

Research, Science & Technology
The Highly Integrative Basic and Responsive (HIBAR) Research Alliance is a network of research leaders who believe that universities can improve research outcomes and increase benefits to society by engaging theory with practice for transformative solutions. HIBAR research builds upon excellence in basic research and maximizes the potential for collaboration between academic institutions, business, industry, and government. Academic engagement is combined with real-world problem solving, leading to significant innovation and advancement.