Concurrent Sessions

Monday, June 11, 2018 - 9:45am to 11:00am

How to Be an Effective Negotiator

Are you a take no prisoners negotiator or do you avoid conflict? We will discuss different negotiating styles and how your methods can affect your outcomes.

Content Level: All Levels

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how different strategies can impact relationships and outcomes
  • Identify practical tips for a successful negotiation

Speaker(s):

Kristy A. Baker, CRA, CRCP, The Ohio State University; and Tracy Burdett

Strategies to Engage Faculty and Promote Research Efforts

During this session, two colleagues from Ohio State: Education and Human Ecology, and Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences will discuss several initiatives they have implemented to engage faculty and promote research efforts as well as the success of those initiatives.

Content Level: All Levels

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe best practices and strategies to engage faculty and promote scholarly activities
  • Compare and contrast successful and not so successful faculty development programs and activities

Speaker(s):

Lori Kaser, CRA, The Ohio State University; and Kimberly Lightle, PhD, The Ohio State University

Monday, June 11, 2018 - 11:15am to 12:30pm

Building the Airplane While Flying It: Building an SPO in a Non-Traditional Research Setting

This session will explore the trials and tribulations of developing and running a sponsored projects office for an unlikely research institute. COSI, the Center of Science and Industry - more famous for family fun than serious study - has been slowly (but surely) developing a very adult-like research institute within and outside of its walls. What does it take to get a foothold in sponsored research? How do relationships lead to the kind of collaboration needed to do research and to support research? Join this session for a lively discussion at the intersection of science fun and federal compliance.

Content Level: All Levels

Learning Objectives:

  • Partnership continuum, from cooperation to collaboration
  • The value of informal learning in professional learning (informal in additional to non-formal and formal)

Speaker(s):

Rita Deedrick and Jessie Takacs, Center of Science and Industry (COSI)

Leadership Development: What is a Leader and What Does it Have to do with Me?

What is a leaders? How do we see ourselves and others as leaders? Can we all be leaders if we lead differently? Leadership is an important skill set to have in a research environment. Especially in an environment where leading and executing change feels like a labyrinth of frustration. We will compete a few exercises to understand the type of leader that we are and discuss how this affects our role in working with others and amongst our colleagues.

Content Level: All Levels

Learning Objectives:

  • Defining what leadership is and the roles that leaders serve in their Institution
  • What are the different types of leaders and how can we help each other to lead collectively

Speaker(s):

A. Nicole White, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Monday, June 11, 2018 - 3:30pm to 4:45pm

An Export Control Toolbox: By and for Research Administrators

Overwhelmed by the topic of Export Control? Do you grasp the basics but want to know how to apply it to your role as a research administrator? Unsure when to contact your institution's Export Control office? This presentation breaks down the large body of Export Control information into manageable pieces and then shows you what red flags to look for throughout the research administration life cycle. Presentation materials will include PowerPoint slides, Export Control job aids and other tools, such as a glossary of Export Control terms.

Content Level: Intermediate

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify Export Control red flags and know where to find them
  • Determine when to contact the institution's Export Control office

Speaker(s):

Laurie Rosenberg and James F. Ball

Clinical Research 101

To provide an understanding of the clinical research process from development of the product to study completion. High level overview of the process will be described with more emphasis on site-level functionality.

Content Level: Basic

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the steps in the clinical trial process
  • Understand site-level trial requirements and expectations

Speaker(s):

Tia L. Patterson, PhD, CCRP