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1 Office of Research Christopher Keane Vice President for Research Washington State University W ASHINGTON S TATE U NIVERSITY Exceptional Research, Innovation, and Creativity

2 Board of Regents President Provost & Executive Vice President Chancellor WSU Spokane Chancellor WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor WSU Vancouver Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Vice Provost for Academic Policy and Evaluation Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs Vice Provost for International Programs Vice Provost for Regional Programs Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Vice President for Finance and Administration Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Vice President for Agriculture and Extension Vice President for Information Services and CIO Vice President for Research Vice President for Global Campus Director for Legal Affairs and Special Counsel Associate Vice President and Chief Budget Officer Associate Vice President for Economic Development Director for Intercollegiate Athletics Director for Internal Audit CEO for WSU Foundation College of Veterinary Medicine FY14 Expenditures: $25.2M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 438 Graduate: 941 Associate Vice President for Legislative Affairs College of Pharmacy FY14 Expenditures: $5.3M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 84 Graduate: 691 Murrow College of Communication FY14 Expenditures: $3.7M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 984 Graduate: 31 College of Nursing FY14 Expenditures: $3.3M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 636 Graduate: 127 College of Medical Sciences FY14 Expenditures: $2.2M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 195 Graduate: 92 College of Education 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 888 Graduate: 414 College of Business 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 2,126 Graduate: 169 College of Arts and Sciences FY14 Expenditures: $26.6M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 10,803 Graduate: 1056 College of Engineering and Architecture FY14 Expenditures: $18.8M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 1,872 Graduate: 592 Coll. of Agricultural, Human, & Natural Resource Sciences FY14 Expenditures: $77.3M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 2,036 Graduate: 509 WSU Organization & Research Expenditures by College WSU Tri-Cities FY14 Expenditures: $16.9M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 918 Graduate: 129 WSU Spokane FY14 Expenditures: $3.1M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 622 Graduate: 1,032 WSU Vancouver FY14 Expenditures: $3.1M 2014 Students: Undergraduate: 2,069 Graduate: 300

3 Office of Research Vice President for Research Dr. Christopher Keane Assistant to VP Sandy Watson Grant and Contact Manager Preston Comstock Area Finance Officer Mary Frei Laboratory for Biotechnology and Bioanalysis Mike Griswold Director Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Center Greg Helms Director Social and Economic Sciences Research Center Lena Le Director Water Research Center Jonathan Yoder Director Office of the Campus Veterinarian Steve Russell Director Center for Environmental Research, Education, and Outreach Stephanie Hampton Director Office of Research Assurances Dave Clark Director Office of Grant and Research Development Dan Nordquist Director Nuclear Radiation Center Don Wall Director Radiation Safety Office Jean Cloran Radiation Safety Officer Research Development Support Proposal and Award Processing Outreach and Event Coordination Nancy Shrope Assistant Director Office of Research IT Support Veterinary Care Facility Administration and Management Gwen Anderson Assistant Director Coordinator Lisa Brown-Haas Office Assistant Alicia Foth WSU is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a “very high research activity” university.

4 NSF Research & Development Expenditures WSU National R&D Expenditure Rankings 68 th Among all Universities 11 th Among R&D Expenditures in the Agricultural Sciences 12 th Among R&D Expenditures in the Social Sciences As reported by the most recent NSF Higher Education Research and Development Survey (FY12). WSU National R&D Expenditure Rankings 68 th Among all Universities 11 th Among R&D Expenditures in the Agricultural Sciences 12 th Among R&D Expenditures in the Social Sciences As reported by the most recent NSF Higher Education Research and Development Survey (FY12). Amount in Millions $ Note: Gift data for FY11 and FY12 are estimates $ $ $ 341.1

5 FY14 Sponsored Project Expenditures By WSU Area

6 FY14 Sponsored Project Expenditures By Federal Sponsor (Total: $124,488,806)

7 FY14 Sponsored Project Expenditures By Non-Federal Program

8 WSU Centers, Laboratories, Institutes, and Cores Centers & Laboratories (30) Example: Institutes (9) Example: Cores (5) Example: Interdisciplinary studies Key common use facilities Institute for Shock Physics Focused effort on specific topics Center for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Dodgen Facility - Nuclear Radiation Center

9 Photo by Darrell Parks and SkyBitz, Inc. WSU researchers investigated moisture loss on the 2013 Capitol Christmas Tree to improve post-harvest care (D. Chastagner, Plant Pathology, WSU Puyallup) Cutting the tree Loading the tree and monitoring en route 2013 Capitol Christmas Tree on display Photo by Darrell Parks and SkyBitz, Inc.

10 Vision for Research at WSU Our goal – “AAU” Office of Research is performing a “120-day study” on the WSU research enterprise examining: Research Themes Research Infrastructure Faculty/Student Engagement and Productivity Outreach and Economic Development Your input is appreciated!

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12 Proposal Management Unit (PMU) – Large, collaborative proposal support. Research Development – Funding opportunity support for faculty and grad. students. Proposal and Award Processing – Central hub for all submitted proposals and award acceptance (across the system). Outreach and Program Support – Proposal writing workshops, event coordination, trainings, etc. Office of Grant and Research Development

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14 Office of Research Programs Managed by OGRD Proposal Consultants – Grantwriters, LLC – external proposal writing consultants that focus on NIH, NSH, and USDA competitive proposals New Faculty Seed Grants – internal program for new faculty for seed funding with the result an extramural proposal Equipment Grant Matching Policy – Sponsors that require matching for equipment proposal, OR will help support Proposal Management Unit – personnel that support the development of large, collaborative proposals plus single-investigator/small team proposals. This unit also provides support for Prestigious Faculty Awards applications. Current Programs under review Proposal Stimulus Funds – a fund to support recently denied proposals where the funding score looks very good to help be competitive the next go around Research Advancement Challenge – funds provided for teams to develop large, collaborative federal, competitive research proposals. Future Programs Sponsor/Agency workshops Sponsor/Agency visits

15 Contact Information Office of Grant and Research Development (OGRD) Main line – – Tammy McGreevy, Funding Opps Office – – Geeta Dutta, Proposal Management Unit Office – – Dan Nordquist, AVP/Director Office – –

16 Overview of the Office of Research Assurances (ORA) David R. Clark Director, Office of Research Assurances

17 David R. Clark, Office of Research Assurances WSU - Office of Research Assurances ORA

18 David R. Clark, Office of Research Assurances Overview of the Office of Research Assurances I.Radiation Safety Office/Radiation Safety Committee II.IACUC (Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee) III.IBC (Institutional Biosafety Committee) and Biological Safety IV.IRB (Institutional Review Board) V.Export Controls VI.Conflict of Interest VII.Responsible Conduct of Research VIII.Additional Regulations (DOT/FAA/OFAC/…)

19 David R. Clark, Office of Research Assurances Office of Research Assurances Mission The goal of ORA is to assist faculty so their research enterprise can be accomplished. ORA facilitates and assists WSU researchers in identifying and complying with all pertinent regulations and guidelines. We work collaboratively with researchers to facilitate and implement WSU policies and procedures which assure compliance with minimal impact on research programs. ORA, established in 2002, is part of the overall effort of WSU to ensure the responsible conduct of research.

20 David R. Clark, Office of Research Assurances XI. Conclusion IBC DHHS/OHRP WSU Policy/Procedure NIH IACUCWSU RSO WSU EHS USDA/APHIS IRB FDA DOT/FAA DHHS/ORI WSU BSO

21 David R. Clark, Office of Research Assurances Cooperation is Essential to Maintain a Successful Research Program WSU Researchers Research Compliance Office, IACUC, IBC, IRB, RSO, BSO, OGRD, EH&S Federal and State Regulations

22 David R. Clark, Office of Research Assurances Contact Information David R. Clark, Director Office – –

23 Office of the Campus Veterinarian Director - Steven Russell, DVM

24 Who we are and what we do in 5 words: It’s all about the animals

25 Examples of things we do or can help with include: ÜVeterinary care ÜProcedural technique training ÜDisease testing ÜIACUC Protocol consultation ÜServices for hire ÜAnd so much more!

26 Feel free to contact me or my office at any time. Dr. Steven Russell Office Office of the Campus Veterinarian (OCV) main line – –

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