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Central and Departmental Research Administrators Working Together: The Ultimate Collaboration. Panelists Csilla Csaplar, Stanford University Susan Phillips Moskowitz, Stanford University Samantha Westcott, California Institute of Technology. Warm Up Exercise.

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central and departmental research administrators working together the ultimate collaboration

Central and Departmental Research Administrators Working Together: The Ultimate Collaboration

Panelists

Csilla Csaplar, Stanford University

Susan Phillips Moskowitz, Stanford University

Samantha Westcott, California Institute of Technology

competing priorities the same but different
Competing Priorities: the same, but different!
  • Allegiance and pecking order
  • Deadlines
  • The epitome of multi-tasking
  • Ignorant bliss
challenges
Challenges
  • Empathy
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Collegiality
  • Ethics
  • Culpability
  • Unconditional
  • Security
building bridges easier than moving mountains
Building bridges…easier than moving mountains!
  • Be proactive
  • Be honest
  • Leave the ego at home
  • Ask questions
  • Build a Team
  • Be creative
evaluating ourselves
Evaluating Ourselves
  • Where are we successful?
  • Where is there room for improvement?
strategies
Strategies
  • Face time!
  • Informal training
  • Formal education and training
applying strategies to reality
Applying Strategies to Reality
  • Example: New Faculty Member Arrives
  • Face time:
    • Meet
    • Explain Who, What, Where, When, Why
    • Introduce to Key Individuals
  • Informal Training: Faculty Meetings
  • Formal Training: ??????
applying strategies to reality1
Applying Strategies to Reality
  • Example: Turnover in Sponsored Projects
  • Face time:
    • Welcome new people early
    • Provide information about how it works ‘around here’
    • Get around the campus and visit people
  • Informal training: On-the-job
  • Formal training: NCURA!
applying strategies to reality2
Applying Strategies to Reality
  • Example: The Auditors are Coming!!!
  • Face time:
    • Central and departments must meet to prepare
    • Departments must work with labs/faculty/staff
    • Central must work across campus units
  • Informal and Formal Training: Get organized and be prepared to do more.
helpful hints
Helpful Hints
  • Stubborn isn’t a good trait – even for a mule.
  • An apology can go a long way.
  • Play fair.
  • Be the Research Administrator that is needed for the job.
  • Be careful when setting a precedent.
  • Include details in your correspondence.
  • Find written policy when available.
  • Quote from source material such as OMB’s. If they won’t believe you…they’ll believe the Feds!
contacts and credits
Contacts and Credits
  • Csilla Csaplar
    • csaplar@stanford.edu
  • Susan Phillips Moskowitz
    • susanpm@stanford.edu
  • Samantha Westcott
    • westcott@caltech.edu

Contribution thanks belong to:

  • Anne Pascucci, Rhode Island College
  • Nancy Daneau, SUNY - Stonybrook