“Marching Through Time: The Ever-Evolving World of Research Administration”
April 22-25, 2012
Eisenhower Hotel and Conference Center
Final Program (4/14/12)
Conference Presentations (password protected)
Online registration is now closed for the NCURA Region II Spring Meeting in Gettysburg. If you would like to register please submit the paper form via fax or email to Erin Bailey as indicated on the form. If you would like to pay by credit card please write the credit card number on the paper form or bring the credit card to the Registration Desk at the Spring Meeting. You can download a paper registration form here.
NCURA Federal I.D. # 52-1721115
The Research Administration Certification Council will be offering a CRA Body of Knowledge Review Session on Saturday, April 21 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. To register for that, please go directly to the CRA website at: http://cra-cert.org/examschedule.html.
The 2012 meeting will be held at the Eisenhower Hotel and Conference Center http://www.eisenhower.com, just south of historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. [When calling the hotel to make reservations, please call 717-334-8121 and state you are with the “National Council for University Research”, not just NCURA].
We are thrilled to include two former NCURA Presidents as our Plenary Speakers. Cheryl-Lee Howard, Assistant Provost for Research Administration, The Johns Hopkins University. Cheryl will be discussing the ever evolving world of research administration. Steve Hansen, Ph.D. Steve is a noted Lincoln historian and plans to explore, focusing mainly on Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, why the Battle and the place of Gettysburg is central to understanding America, more so than say Lexington and Concord.
Our Workshops will include:
Proposal Writing Basics, Tips, and Tools: Helping Your Faculty Prepare Competitive Proposals
This interactive workshop will introduce participants to the basics of proposal development and writing, and offer tips and tools for helping faculty members prepare and submit competitive proposals.
Compliance: You’re It!
This workshop will go into the hows, whys and what-nows of research compliance and will include examples, templates and other useful tricks and tools to help you and your office get into and stay in compliance. We’ll concentrate on PUIs and departments that might not have much central support, though the workshop should be useful to all.
Administering Awards through Their Life Cycle—It Takes a Village to be Compliant
This workshop will provide participants with a basic framework of sponsored projects and award management from a variety of perspectives.
A Day in the Life of a Post Award Financial Administrator
This workshop will focus on the daily operations of a Post Award Financial Administrator and managing the many facets of sponsored projects.
More program details will follow in the coming months.
2012 Program CommitteeJill Frankenfield, Chair – University of Maryland, College Park
Mary Louise Healy, Co-Chair – Johns Hopkins University
Anne Albinak – Johns Hopkins University
Erin Bailey – University at Buffalo
Holly Benze – Johns Hopkins University
Tom Burns – Johns Hopkins University
Magui Cardona – University of Baltimore Mary Beth Curtin – Binghamton University
Chris Egan – St. Johns University
Mary Holleran -West Virginia University
Jared Littman – St. Johns University Tammie Martin – University of Rochester
Katie McKeon – University of Maryland, College Park
Alexandra McKeown – Johns Hopkins University Tolise Miles – Georgetown University
Janice Oakley – University of Maryland, College Park
Tim Schailey – Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
David Schultz – Stevens Institute of Technology
Angela Sgroi – The College of New Jersey Leerin Shields – University of Maryland Baltimore Greg Slack – Clarkson University
Pamela Wheat – Lehigh University Cheryl Williams – University of Rochester
Martin Williams –William Paterson University