This year has presented unprecedented challenges for each one of us, both personally and professionally. In the face of a global pandemic, JHU’s research administrators remain resilient and resourceful. Flexibility and adaptability have shown to be important now more than ever with all the additional responsibilities we have had to take on this year.
Your contributions have not gone unnoticed. Because of all the work that you do, the university has been awarded over $100 million in COVID-19 funding. Together with our world-renowned faculty, our network of colleagues has demonstrated that we have an important job to do and that we are ready, willing and able to do it, even in uncharted times.
We hope that you will take some time to watch a few of our recorded guest speaker pre-conference workshops, who will discuss some of the latest issues facing research administrators, as well as provide you with food for thought on furthering your professional development.
Join us on October 6th from 9:30am-12:30pm EST for our first Virtual Research Administrator Day Conference. Research Administrators from organizations around the world are invited to share their knowledge, expertise and to answer your questions.
Thanks for all you do!
Alexandra Albinak Associate Vice Provost for
Thomas Burns Assistant Dean for Research Affairs, School of Medicine
Susannah Porterfield Associate Vice Provost for