Research Advisory Board

RAB Member Meeting 2

The Research Advisory Board was initiated in December of 2012. The 17-member board is charged with providing faculty advice and recommendations to the vice president for research and innovation on matters pertaining to the development of the University of Oregon as a center for research and innovation excellence. Membership is on a two-year basis with half the initial members appointed for a three-year period to create a staggered rotation. The board meets monthly. UO faculty members engaged in research may indicate their interest in participating on the board by emailing the VPRI at vpri@uoregon.edu.

To submit research-related comments, questions or concerns to the RAB, contact Naomi Crow at ncrow@uoregon.edu.

 

  • bio optics lab
    The Office for Research and Innovation has been working with faculty and administrative colleagues to establish an appropriate set of guidelines for the establishment and administration of university research centers and institutes
  • Core Org Chart
    The Office for Research and Innovation has been working to formalize and systematize the organization and operation of extant research core facilities, and provide a mechanism for the development of new core facilities.
  • Research Advisory Board
    The Research Advisory Board meets monthly. Agendas will be posted on this page as they become available.
  • Cover Page of Revised Budget Model
    Members of the University of Oregon Research Advisory Board are well underway with their efforts to review and make recommendations on the resource distribution model for the office for Research, Innovation, and Graduate Education.
  • As part of an overall review of University budgeting, the UO’s Research Advisory Board has been tasked with reviewing the office for Research, Innovation, and Graduate Education’s current model for resource distribution. The task will be the board’s primary focus for the coming months.
  • TedXBlaine
    Mark Blaine, senior instructor in the UO School of Journalism and Communication, has joined the Research Advisory Board (RAB).
  • Research Advisory Board Members Meeting
    Research Advisory Board sets UO research agendaThe Research Advisory Board (RAB), a 15-member board launched in December 2012 by the office for Research, Innovation and Graduate Education,
  • RAB Pano
    Membership into the Research Advisory Board is on a two-year basis with half of the initial members appointed for a three-year period, using a campus-wide, constituency-based composition.