Research Town Halls

The Duke Research Town Hall Series is a recurring, engaging series developed to support and enhance a strong research culture at Duke University. Monthly sessions will feature research best practices, research tools, and new research initiatives.  If you have suggested topics, please contact us

Duke Research Town Halls are coordinated through the Duke Office of Scientific Integrity and attendees are generally eligible to receive RCR credits upon proof of attendance

Upcoming Research Town Halls

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Research Administration Town Halls

Research Administration Town Halls provide operational, policy, and regulatory updates on topics related to pre- and post-award project management for the grants administration community. Presenters and topics vary, but critical and timely updates on Duke processes and procedures from leaders in the Provost's Area Management Center (PAMC), Central Administration Management Center (CAMC), Medicine and Nursing Management Center (MNMC), and the Office for Research & Innovation (OR&I) are part of every session. There is an opportunity for community members to ask questions in real time through an interactive Q&A session at the close of each Town Hall.

Continuing Education credits for Duke Research Administration certifications (RAA, AGM, FCC, & RAI) are available for attendees who provide their numeric Duke Unique IDs when registering.

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Other OR&I Town Halls

OR&I hosts various town halls as new initiatives arise in the research and innovation space. 

Upcoming OR&I Town Halls

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