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A Personal Welcome

Dear Colleagues:

NCURA 62nd Annual Meeting - A Live, Virtual Experience Open for the World

The AM62 Program Committee is finalizing preparations for the upcoming Virtual Experience, The Power of You."  The changes we are experiencing within our institutions make the connections, sharing, and information that is the NCURA Annual Meeting more important than ever. In response to this need, the Annual Meeting is open to the full research administration community...you do not need to be a member of NCURA to register for the conference. We are all in this together and we want to ensure that this important education and networking opportunity is available for the full community. In addition, special discount pricing for teams will be available so everyone can join in!

We will begin with pre-conference workshops on Friday, August 7th and Monday, August 10th from 1-5pm EDT. The 62nd Annual Meeting will run Tuesday, August 11 - Friday, August 14 from 1-5pm EDT each day with different activities and events beginning at 5:15pm EDT each evening. Your Global track will be hosted within 3 time zones in addition to the U.S., so your colleagues in Asia, Australia and Europe will have programming that fits their schedule. 

This virtual experience will offer the same great in-depth learning opportunities with over 150+ concurrent sessions, discussion groups and 1/2 day live workshops to choose from. Participants will be able to connect with presenters and their fellow participants through chat and zoom discussions throughout the conference. For all registrants, over 100 hours of content will be offered on-demand following the meeting. So, don't worry about missing a session that overlaps with another!

We have an excellent keynote presenter lined up, you won't want to miss, exclusively presenting live at 1:00pm EDT for our AM62 registrants, on Tuesday. Our Keynote Presenter is a Capitol Hill Correspondent for NBC News, a veteran of presidential politics, a regular contributor to NBC Nightly NewsTODAYMSNBC as well as Meet the Press. We have other surprises for you, and we are excited to have you with us in your new virtual home for the Annual Meeting!

Your NCURA Community is always here for you. Join us for NCURA's 62nd Annual Meeting, The Power of You! We will support research...together

Rosie, Denise and Jennifer

Chair and NCURA Vice President
Rosemary Madnick, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
 
Co-Chairs
Denise Moody, Boston VA Research Institute
Jennifer Rodis, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
Program Committee
Clinical/Medical: Angela Charboneau Wishon, Prisma Health
Manilyn Matau, University of California-Irvine
DepartmentalSandra Logue, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus
Sinnamon Tierney, Boston University
Executive:  Richard Seligman, California Institute of Technology
Federal/Sponsors/Agencies:  Charisse Carney-Nunes, National Science Foundation
Janet Strait, Cornell University
Financial/Post-Award: Alicia Asgari, Cayuse
Tim Schailey, Thomas Jefferson University
Bonniejean Zitske, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Global for U.S. and Non-U.S. Participants: Eva Bjorndal, King's College of London
Robin Riglin, Pennsylvania State University
Nicolas Schulthess, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
New Presenter:  Michiko Pane, Stanford University
Georgette Sakumoto, University of Hawaii
Poster Session: David Smelser, University of Tennessee
Donna Smith, Massachusetts General Hospital
Pre-Award: Marc Haon, University of South Carolina
Courtney Swaney, University of Texas at Austin
Predominantly Undergraduate Institutions: Martin Williams, William Paterson University
Michael Castilleja, University of the Incarnate Word
Professional Development/Personal Growth: Melanie Hebl, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Stella Sung, University of California-San Diego
Research Compliance and Ethics: Carpantato Myles, University of Alabama
Elizabeth Peloso, University of Pennsylvania
Research Development: Michelle Schoenecker, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Randy Ozden, Streamlyne
Systems/Data/Metrics: Lori Ann Schultz, University of Arizona
Workshops: Matthew Kirk, University of Southern California
Robyn Remotigue, University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth