2022 COR Summer Meeting at Portland State University

June 21-24, 2022 in Portland, Oregon

Meeting Agenda & Resources & Presentations

With deepest appreciation for serving as the host for the COR Summer Meeting in 2022, we thank Portland State University.

Registration is now open for the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities’ 2022 Summer Meeting of the Council on Research (COR). Register and learn more here.

This meeting is a one-of-a-kind gathering of research officers with responsibility for planning, executing, and communicating the impact of research and engagement across public universities. Each session has been thoughtfully crafted by your fellow COR colleagues to give you the knowledge and skills to be a leader on your campus on current local, national, and global challenges facing research and higher education.

We invite all COR Senior Research Officers (SRO) to attend the COR Summer Meeting. We also welcome an Assistant/Associate SRO from each institution, who may attend at the invitation of the institution’s SRO.

The pre-meeting, “The New and Future SRO” Workshop for new and aspiring Senior Research Officers, (SROs) will take place on Tuesday, June 21. The COR Summer Meeting then officially begins with a reception on Tuesday, June 21, followed by two full days of programming on Wednesday, June 22 and Thursday, June 23. Members of COR also are welcome to stay for organized excursions to build relationships with your colleagues on Friday, June 24.

We will also be celebrating the fellows in the COR Research Leader Fellowship Program and the award winners of the COR Awards.

Special Thank You’s:

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Thank you to Portland State University for hosting us. A huge thank you to Stephen Percy, President at PSU; Jason Podrabsky, Interim Vice President for Research & Graduate Studies at PSU; Kelly Clifton, Interim Associate Vice President for Research at PSU; Research & Graduate Studies Staff and the PSU Research Community; and Amy Spring, Director, Project Management and Communications at Portland State University for their help and hospitality.

Thank you to the COR Meetings Program Committee, led by Melanie Page, Assistant Vice President for Creative and Scholarly Activities at West Virginia University, and Andres Gil, Vice President for Research and Economic Development and Dean of the University Graduate School at Florida International University, for all their hard work bringing together a diverse and inclusive group of volunteers to plan this year’s meeting.

Thank you to the COR Awards & Recognition Committee led by Kenneth W. Sewell, Vice President for Research at Oklahoma State University, and Elizabeth A. Klonoff, Vice President for Research and Dean of the College of Graduate Studies at University of Central Florida, for their hard work and dedication charting the way for COR to recognize the important contribution of our fellow COR members and APLU institutions.

Thank you to the COR Research Leader Fellowship Program team for continuing to lead this important program. Thank you to everyone who applied for the program this year and those who volunteered to help review applications.