Join Us for an Upcoming Event
While many parts of the university shut down during the pandemic, research proceeded, initially at a crawl, then at a walk, and now we are fully back to an all-out sprint. The herculean efforts required to maintain (and grow!) the enterprise in the last few years has left many of us tired, thinly staffed, and wary of a future where not even a global health crisis could slow our research engines for long. The environment we now find ourselves in is one of true giants: the biggest have grown bigger, the middle-majority are fighting for relevance, and the up-and-comers see their windows closing. This requires new approaches to research—one that considers all the costs of being a research university, in a time where central resources remain limited and the number of potential strategic directions are numerous. In these sessions we will explore the furthering of winner-take-most dynamics in research, how universities are thinking differently about their research investments and costs, and how the pandemic has heightened the next-level employability of research leaders.
Meeting and Hotel Location
This session is limited to Chief Research Officer and Associate Vice President, Research. Registration for each session is limited to one attendee per institution.
2445 M Street NW
Washington, DC 20037
Park Hyatt Washington, DC
1201 24th Street NW
Washington, DC 20037
$299/Deluxe King and Doubles
Please make reservations by October 26, 2022
Reservations: 877-803-7534 or book online here
Mention EAB | URF | Roundtable for Chief Research Officers to access our preferred rate. Please make your reservation at your earliest convenience as space and rates are subject to availability. For alternative hotel information, contact us at email@example.com.
Welcome and Introductions
EAB’s 2022 State of the Industry
Challenges for Higher Ed and Consequences for Research Leaders
The Growing Cost of Competition in University Research Part I
Recognizing How the Current Funding Landscape is Changing the ROI of Research
The Growing Cost of Competition in University Research Part II
Unpacking How Grand Challenges Position Universities to Grow Research in an Increasingly Competitive Landscape
- Campus 2030: Making Smart Investments in Tomorrow’s Research Campus
- Career Pathing for Senior Research Officers: Roles, Competencies, and How to Plan for What Comes Next
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