RAD Series 2023-2024

The New York University Research Administration Demonstration Series offers all higher education administrators free professional development.

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For full course description, faculty information, and dates/times click here.

Session 1:  Leadership Roles in Research Administration (12/19/2023)

Session 2:  Post Award Issues for the Departmental Administrator (1/9/2024)

Session 3:  Recruiting and Identifying New Research Administrators (1/18/2024)

Session 4:  Running Your Own Institutional Self-Assessment for Research Administration (2/1/2024)

Session 5:  The Importance of Storytelling in Making a Business Case for Compliance (Rescheduled to July 2024)

Session 6:  Research Award Terms and Conditions – From Negotiation to Adherence and Compliance (3/05/2024)

Session 7:  Welcome to Our World of Infinite Possibilities (3/28/2024)

Session 8:  Post Award Costing and Operations from Project Setup to Closeout (4/11/2024)

Session 9:  Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education: Legal Framework, Governance, and Use Cases in RA (4/26/2024)

Session 10:  Breaking Down Silos: Creating Collaborations on Your Campus (5/3/2024)

Session 11:  Demystifying the Role of the Institutional Official, Including Mechanisms for Managing Up (5/20/2024)

Session 12:  Measuring the Impact of Research  (6/18/2024)

Session 13:  Post Award Impacts for the 2024 UG Changes (7/23/2024)

Session 14:  Developing a Career in Research Administration (8/14/2024)

Session 15:  F&A Primer (9/9/2024)

Session 16:  TBD (9/X/2024)

Session 17:  COGR Update & Your Response/Action Items (10/29/2024)

Research Administration Demonstration (RAD) Series is designed for pre-award, post-award, and financial sponsored project administrative staff. Whether you are new to research administration or a seasoned professional, there is a session for you.

RAD sessions are free of charge. You only need to register and attend.

Registered attendees will receive contact hours per session toward the ORA 32-hour professional development requirement. Refer to the ORA Guidance webpage for policy details.


Direct questions about the RAD Series to Tricia Callahan.