What defines a highly competitive research and innovation enterprise and how do you build one? On Thursday, March 25, 2021, join research office leaders from The California State University as they share their insights on defining and sustaining a successfully competitive research enterprise.
The California State University is a public university system with 23 campuses enrolling almost 500,000 students and is the largest four-year public university system in the United States. Drawing on their diverse backgrounds and previous experiences, three chief research officers in the CSU system will discuss what it means for a comprehensive institution to build, sustain, and grow a competitive research and innovation enterprise, the challenges to doing so, and how they are doing it on their own campuses.
Topics covered will include:
· Increasing status in the research enterprise
· Adapting to a changing research funding landscape
· Staying competitive in terms of research and innovations
· Measuring research impact
· Dr. Mohamed Abousalem, VP Research and Innovation, San Jose State University
· Dr. Yvonne Harris, Associate VP, Research, Innovation, and Economic Development, California State University, Sacramento
· Dr. Elizabeth Lowham, Interim Dean of Graduate Education, California Polytechnic State University (CalPoly), San Luis Obispo
· Dr. Sara Branch, Moderator
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