NCURA Region II
2010 Spring Meeting, April 25-27, 2010
Princeton, New Jersey

"Reinvestment: Sowing the Seeds of Research Administration"

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A welcome from our Program Chair Jared Littman

Program of Sessions and Workshops (Final)

Location

Nassau Inn, PrincetonThe 2010 meeting will be held at:

NASSAU INN PRINCETON
Ten Palmer Square
Princeton, NJ 08542
800-862-7728/609-921-7500
http://www.nassauinn.com

The Inn dates back to 1756 and the beautiful guest rooms combine 18th century elegance with 21st century comfort. Located in the heart of downtown Princeton, Palmer Square is filled with shops restaurants, offices and residents surrounding the Town Green and is across the street from Princeton University.

The Princeton area was first settled in 1675 by a Quaker missionary from England. In 1783, the city was home to the Continental Congress and briefly, the first capital of the new nation. Throughout the past three centuries, Princeton has been visited by the best minds in the country and is a city rich in American history. What better setting could there be for our annual spring meeting!

Palmer SquareFor more information about Princeton, visit the city’s website at http://www.visitprinceton.org/


Plenary Speaker

Click here for information on Don Thomas, our Plenary Speaker.



2010 Spring Meeting Program Committee

  • Chair: Jared Littman, St. Johns University
  • Co-Chair: Cheryl Williams, University of Rochester
  • Anne Albinak, The Johns Hopkins University
  • Deborah Barnard, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Holly Benze, The Johns Hopkins University
  • Margarita Cardona, University of Baltimore
  • Mary Beth Curtin, Binghamton University
  • Jill Frankenfield, Rutgers University
  • Jeanne Galvin-Clarke, University of Maryland, Baltimore
  • Mary Louise Healy, Towson University
  • Mary Holleran, West Virginia University
  • Alexandra McKeown, Johns Hopkins University
  • Tolise Miles. Georgetown University
  • Susannah Porterfield, The Johns Hopkins University
  • Justin Schrefer, St. Johns University
  • David Schultz, Stevens University
  • Angela Sgroi, The College of New Jersey
  • Leerin Shields, University of Maryland, Baltimore
  • Gregory Slack, Clarkson University
  • Shiela Stiles, West Virginia University
  • Joe Sullivan, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Jane Tolbert, University of Rochester
  • Roberta Truscello, Cornell University
  • Martina Tsai, University of Buffalo, SUNY
  • Pamela Wheat, Lehigh University
  • Dawn Wilkens, University of Maryland, Baltimore

 

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