(a) To serve as the primary committee for faculty to inform the administration of any problems and opportunities, including suggested policy changes, that relate to the ability of the faculty to engage in research and other scholarly activities
(b) To initiate studies of various aspects of research and other scholarly activities with the intent of improving the climate for these activities at the University and articulating faculty vision on research issues.
(c) To become familiar with the functions of the Office of Research and provide feedback to the Vice Provost of Research when requested.
(d) To assist the Faculty Senate by investigating issues brought to it relating to research.
(e) To provide feedback to the Research Administration Advisory Group when the opinions of a broad representation of faculty on research-related issues are needed.
(f) To prepare a brief, written report of the Committee’s activities at the end of each academic year and to submit copies of this report to the President of the University, Vice Provost of Research, Provost and the Faculty Senate.
|James McNew, Chair||Department of BioSciences|
|Pat DeLucia||Department of Psychological Sciences|
|Elaine Ecklund||Department of Sociology|
|Moramay Lopez-Alonso||Department of History|
|Andriy Nevidomskyy||Department of Physics and Astronomy|
|Rob Raphael||Department of Bioengineering|
|Eduardo Salas||Department of Psychological Sciences|
|Stan Sazykin||Department of Physics and Astronomy|
|Elora Shehabuddin||Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Asian Studies|
|Michael Stern||Department of BioSciences|
|Marina Vannucci||Department of Statistics|
|Omid Veiseh||Department of BioEngineering|
|Rafael Verduzco||Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering|
|Kerry Ward||Department of History|
|Gladys Zubiria Fuentes||Non-voting graduate student representative|
|Anthea Zhang||Jones School of Business|
|Jordin Metz||Non-voting graduate student representative|
Updated December 17, 2019