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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.
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To create a seamless reopening process and avoid future confusion, it is crucial that CROs develop plans that can easily scale up to serve a broader university-wide plans.
Discover 15 forward-looking design and management principles to help leaders hardwire new research buildings to spur researcher interactions and support collaborative projects in this infographic.
With amplified interest in growing partnerships with companies, universities must evaluate their current partnership strategy and seek new ways to diversify and deepen their industry engagements. Read our brief to learn how to develop a market-smart organizational design.
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.
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.
This infographic explores the ten most impactful tactics for building an effective mentorship program.
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The 2020 University Research Forum meeting series focuses on top issues facing senior research officers and their teams. Attendees will join their peers in D.C. or Chicago for thought-provoking research, best practices, engaging breakout discussions, and more.
In this webconference, attendees will learn three imperatives for improving F&A communication.