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The University Research Forum is working to source ideas and resources to support research leaders and their teams as the novel coronavirus has shaped a “new normal” for colleges and universities. Explore our resource center for policies and press releases from your peer institutions and resources from the broader community.
As the coronavirus crisis deepens its impact on higher education, leaders must tackle unprecedented questions daily. Read the insight for five of the most pressing questions facing senior research officers and their teams.
The University of South Alabama worried their internal grant program wasn't effective for early-career faculty. Learn how EAB research inspired them to redesign their internal grant program to prepare early-career faculty for external fellowships.
As competition for sponsored research projects continues to grow, leadership has become an increasingly significant factor in team success. Uncover the six initial steps chief research officers should take to launch a research faculty leadership and development program.
In response to stagnating federal funding growth, universities have been diversifying support for research. Discover how to launch grand challenge initiatives that focus on societal problems to build large-scale research collaborations and attract funding.
Chief research officers need to confront persistent shortcomings in F&A communication, recovery, and investment strategies. Our Roadmap outlines how to create audience-specific F&A messaging, improve return rates, and align F&A investments with research goals.
Many faculty are not provided the same training and support necessary for conducting research as they receive for teaching. Learn how Chief Research Officers can support faculty research by helping faculty secure early-career awards and establish long-term research goals.
As federal research funding growth stagnates, universities need to appeal to a broader set of stakeholders for support. Discover new strategies to communicate the value of research to non-academic audiences who have different research interests, priorities, and levels of understanding.
Discover the implications the Senate's report on foreign interference could have for how universities monitor and support faculty-driven research.